US: Nike taps Michael Egeck as CEO of Hurley
By Leonie Barrie | 30 September 2011
Sporting goods giant Nike Inc has hired Michael Egeck, the former president of True Religion Brand Jeans, as the new CEO of its skateboarding and surfing division Hurley International LLC.
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