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  2. OH NO using slave labor in China and child labor around the world didn’t save Nike enough money?
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    Nike's sales have been hammered by the coronavirus as it shut down most of its retail stores. In June, it reported a quarterly net loss of $790 million and a year-over-year sales decline of 38%.
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    Vaporfly

    Following the trajectory of every great athlete—years of training, daily Wheaties, and approval from the world governing body for track and field—Nike’s Vaporfly sneakers will appear at the Tokyo Olympics this summer after all. The backstory: The $250 high-tech shoes were criticized starting in October after one marathoner broke the two-hour barrier and another shattered the women’s world record by 81 seconds (forever in competitive marathoning), both while wearing Vaporflys. Critics called the Vaporfly advantage “technological doping.” Yesterday, the World Athletics federation
  4. But Just Do It doesn’t *always* apply to shakedowns. Lawyer-to-the-stars Avenatti was arrested yesterday in NYC on charges of attempting to extortup to $25 million from Nike (+0.17%). Yes, that Nike. Avenatti reportedly threatened to reveal that the company greenlighted payments to the families of top basketball recruits—unless Nike paid an unnamed client $1.5 million and agreed to hire Avenatti and another lawyer for $15 to $25 million (but a one-time payment of $22.5 million would also work). The timeline: Avenatti tweeted pre-cuffs that he’d hold a presser at 11am today profiling
  5. Nike shares (-1.05%) were watched closely a day after Duke basketball phenom Zion Williamson injured himself when his foot ripped through one of its sneakers.
  6. The NFL and Colin Kaepernick have reached a settlement. The former 49ers QB is reportedly getting a payout in the “$60 million to $80 million range.”
  7. Last year they came out with a controversial Nike Hijab. I'm starting to think Nike is Islamic, black and anti-christian.... or at the very least is just looking for controversy to amplify it's marketing budget to stay relevant in a world of many choices.
  8. How Good Are Nike’s New VaporMax Sneakers? via ScitechPress.org
  9. Nike, a company whose brand is estimated to be worth $27 billion, understands the difference apparel can make to an athlete. And like any viable business, it knows the world is full of potential customers. And so in its latest market expansion, the brand has turned to the Middle East, where female athletes have begun to come into their own over the last few years. Nike’s new pull-on hijab is made of light, stretchy fabric that includes tiny holes for breathability and an elongated back so it will not come untucked. CreditAaron Hewitt/Nike This week, Nike announced that it w
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  11. MLive.com 'Sneakerhead' Tom Izzo fired up about new Detroit Nike store MLive.com Michigan State University's head basketball coach Tom Izzo helps celebrate the Nike store grand opening inside the 22,000-square-foot space at 1261 Woodward Ave. in downtown Detroit, May 26, 2016. (Tanya Moutzalias | MLive Detroit). Print Email. Nike Puts Anchor In Revitalizing Downtown Detroit By Opening 'Community Store' on WoodwardForbes Skubick: Finishing touches put on slimmed-down Michigan budgetWLNS Athletic apparel maker Nike opening downtown Detroit storeValdosta Daily Times all 32 news articles » G
  12. cleveland.com Nike gets wavy with latest version of the LeBron 13 cleveland.com Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James points to a fan after he dunked for a score in the second quarter against the Toronto Raptors center Bismack Biyombo in the second quarter against the Toronto Raptors during game two of the Eastern Conference ... and more » Google
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