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JD Sports' new CEO Schultz lays out growth plans

REFILE-UPDATE 1-JD Sports' new CEO Schultz lays out growth plans Adds dropped words "on average" in paragraph 10 New CEO sees capex of 3 bln stg over five years To open 250-350 new stores per year Sees annual revenue growth at more than 10% Shares jump 8% By Sarah Young LONDON, Feb 2 (Reuters) - British-based JD Sports JD.L will spend up to 3 billion pounds ($3.7 billion) to open as many as 1,750 stores over the next five years, said new CEO Régis Schultz, outlining his plans for the retailer t
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JD Sports new CEO Schultz lays out growth plans

JD Sports new CEO Schultz lays out growth plans LONDON, Feb 2 (Reuters) - British sports fashion retailer JD Sports JD.L laid out its growth plan for the next five years, which includes adding up to 350 new stores annually, under a strategy being presented by new chief executive Régis Schultz to investors on Thursday. Schultz took over as CEO in September, following a tumultuous period that culminated in the ousting of long-standing executive chairman Peter Cowgill in May.
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Dassault Systemes shares jump on solid fourth quarter, 2023 forecast

UPDATE 3-Dassault Systemes shares jump on solid fourth quarter, 2023 forecast Adds comments, updates share move Feb 2 (Reuters) - Dassault Systemes DAST.PA shares jumped on Thursday as the French software maker forecast revenue growth of between 8% and 9% in constant currency for 2023 after reporting a resilient fourth quarter in-line with expectations.
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Australian minister says Kanye West could be denied entry

UPDATE 1-Australian minister says Kanye West could be denied entry Adds context on previous visa bans, paragraphs 7, 8 By Lewis Jackson SYDNEY, Jan 24 (Reuters) - American rapper Ye, formerly known as Kanye West, may not be suitable for an Australian visa because of his history of anti-Semitic remarks, a government minister said on Wednesday, as pressure mounted to deny the award-winning rapper entry.
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Australian minister says Kanye West could be denied entry

Australian minister says Kanye West could be denied entry By Lewis Jackson SYDNEY, Jan 24 (Reuters) - American rapper Ye, formerly known as Kanye West, may not be suitable for an Australian visa because of his history of anti-Semitic remarks, a government minister said on Wednesday, as pressure mounted to deny the award-winning rapper entry. Minister for Education Jason Clare condemned Ye's "awful" anti-Semitic comments involving Hitler and the Holocaust, saying others who had made similar state
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