ANALYSIS: More of the same in Nike growth targets
By Richard Woodard | 6 May 2010
Nike's long-term growth plans constitute, to paraphrase the words of one rather underwhelmed analyst, more of an evolution than a revolution. The headline revenue target of US$27bn looks impressively bullish, but much of what lies behind it is little more than a development of past strategies.
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