PARIS — The administrative board of German sporting goods maker Puma on Tuesday unanimously elected Jean-François Palus as its new chairman, following the resignation of Jochen Zeitz earlier this month.
Palus, group managing director of Puma’s parent company PPR and a member of Puma’s supervisory board since 2007, had been widely expected to take over the post. His appointment is effective Dec. 1.
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