Nike puts faith in brand as profit pressures grow
By Richard Woodard | 21 December 2011
A cursory glance at Nike's second quarter results suggests CEO Mark Parker and his Oregon associates can enjoy Christmas and the New Year celebrations in a contented and unruffled manner.
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