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Benzinga  May 8  Comment 
Nike Inc (NYSE: NKE) left the wearable device space some time ago. However, according to CEO Mark Parker, the company might have exited the space itself, but it's still focused on connecting with consumers digitally by collaborating with...
New York Times  May 8  Comment 
President Obama spoke about the Pacific free-trade pact at Nike headquarters in Beaverton, Ore.
CNNMoney.com  May 8  Comment 
Nike said it could create 10,000 manufacturing and engineering jobs in the United States if a major free trade deal with nearly a dozen Pacific Rim countries is approved.
Benzinga  May 8  Comment 
On CNBC's Stock Pops & Drops, Steve Grasso spoke about a 3.63 percent move higher in Finish Line Inc (NASDAQ: FINL). He prefers Nike Inc (NYSE: NKE) in the space. Dan Nathan would buy Shake Shack Inc (NYSE: SHAK) if it drops below $60. The stock...
Financial Times  May 8  Comment 
Footwear maker pledges to add 10,000 new jobs over decade in US in return for fast-track approval
Jutia Group  May 8  Comment 
[Reuters] - Sports shoe maker Nike Inc put its weight behind President Barack Obama's push for a trade deal with Asian countries on Friday with a promise to create up to 10,000 U.S.-based manufacturing jobs if the pact is approved. In an...
New York Times  May 7  Comment 
While labor activists have criticized the apparel maker, Nike says that it has learned from its mistakes and that freer trade would benefit Americans.
Jutia Group  May 7  Comment 
[Reuters] - The White House declined to say on Thursday whether Nike would be making a company announcement to coincide with President Barack Obama's visit to the company's headquarters on Friday. Asked whether Nike ... Read more on this. Nike,...
Wall Street Journal  May 7  Comment 
Obama will mount his latest defense of a Pacific trade agreement with a visit Friday to the headquarters of a quintessential importer, Nike, a move that scrambles the traditional political arguments for free trade.
NPR  May 5  Comment 
The president says he's pushing for the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership in part to boost "Made in the U.S.A." products around the world. So why make the pitch at Nike?




 
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