ANALYSIS: Nike finds growth beyond the tick
By Joe Ayling | 24 September 2010
Sporting goods giant Nike has joined the chorus of retailers and brands warning of rising input costs in the supply chain, even though its stable of portfolio brands has returned strong revenue growth during the first quarter of its current financial year.
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