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11 geeky and gimmicky shoes, from Reebok Pump to Nike Air Mag

We celebrate geeky and gimmicky trainers from the Reebok Pump to the Nike Air Mag from Back to the Future.

10 Images By September 10, 2011


Impact-sensing sports cap measures head injury

Reebok and startup MC10 team to make a smart skullcap that can be worn under helmets to measure impact to the head on athletes of any age or skill set.

By October 25, 2012


Reebok backpack wants to disturb the peace too

Built-in speakers join curious trend.

By May 19, 2008


Allen Iverson gets his own Zune too

It will be packaged with special-edition Reebok shoes.

By April 18, 2008


NFL to require pro photogs to advertise Canon

Press photographers aren't happy with a new NFL rule that will require them to wear vests with Canon and Reebok logos.

By July 20, 2007


GeoPhoenix gets new executive chairman

User interface company GeoPhoenix announced on Tuesday that former Palm Chief Executive Carl Yankowski is joining the company as the executive chairman. The company is building an interface that will present a consistent look regardless of the type of device--from large kiosk to handheld--or the amount of information that a person needs to navigate. Company executives said in a release that Yankowski's knowledge of the handheld industry and his understanding of the challenges that developers face will help to bring the interface to market. Yankowski has also served as CEO of Reebok and president and chief operating officer of Sony Electronics.

By February 12, 2002


Butta joins Red Hat

Linux maker Red Hat has appointed Thomas Butta as chief marketing officer, the company said. Butta was formerly chief executive of FGI, a 120-employee marketing and advertising strategy research firm in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. There, he worked on marketing efforts for Lotus, Newsweeks, Reebok, and others. Red Hat sells Linux, an open-source operating system modeled after Unix, along with service and support.

By August 4, 1999


Short Take: Apple appoints Reebok exec

Apple Computer announced the appointment of John B. Douglas III as senior vice president, general counsel, and secretary of the corporation. Previously, Douglas served as executive vice president of law and human resources and chief legal and administrative officer at Reebok.

By December 9, 1996


AOL, Reebok to host Online Music Awards

America Online and Reebok today announced plans to host the first Online Music Awards, set for February 5. AOL members can nominate musicians in 51 categories until January 23.

January 17, 1996