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Digital revenues boost largest maker of athletic gear even as Covid forces store closures
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Diversity task force members wanted sportswear maker to acknowledge its own shortcomings
CEO John Donahoe promises ‘more meaningful change’ at sportswear group
Whatever we want to change about the pre-Covid-19 world, it will not change automatically
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Global revenues for fourth quarter drop 38% due to physical store closures
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Donahoe says reopening of stores in China shows possible path for activity in rest of world
Celebrity lawyer had previously represented Stormy Daniels in her fight with Donald Trump
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World Athletics to consider new rules that could disqualify Vaporfly Next% from top competitions
Sales rise of 10% comes as Mark Parker prepares to end tenure as chief executive
Misjudged commercial is an example of an especially troublesome type of marketing mistake
Nike claims it will sell more shirts, but ultimately that will depend on what happens on the pitch.
The former eBay chief arrives as the sportswear group finds itself in the line of fire
Ruling will allow European Champions to sign £70m-a-year shirt deal with Nike