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  1. New Morningstar Analyst Report for Nike Inc

    Stock Reports

    Tue, 29 Jul 2014

    call themselves partners, history suggests consumers can switch retailers more readily than they will switch brands. Mark Parker , who has been CEO since 2006, started as a shoe designer with the company 30 years ago. We believe he has done an

  2. Nike's core focus is still on performance

    Headlines

    Thu, 27 Mar 2014

    Nike ( NKE ) CEO Mark Parker makes it clear in an interview with The Telegraph that the company isn't running toward high-fashion even as catwalks across

  3. New Morningstar Analyst Report - Nike, Inc.

    Stock Reports

    Thu, 14 Jan 2010

    over the next several months. Over the next three years, we forecast average annual revenue growth of around 3%. Mark Parker was named CEO in 2006 following the resignation of William Perez, who clashed with founder and chairman Phil Knight

  4. Nike to Divest Starter

    Commentary

    Thu, 15 Nov 2007

    accounts for less than 1% of Nike's total revenue, and expansion plans for the business had been put on hold under CEO Mark Parker . Our fair value estimate is unchanged. The divestiture of Starter is yet another strategic action designed to reshape

  5. Nike Outlook Unchanged

    Commentary

    Mon, 23 Jan 2006

    William Perez was forced to resign as CEO of Nike NKE and has been replaced by copresident Mark Parker . The move comes just over one year after Perez was named as the successor to company founder Phil Knight, who remains chairman

  6. Nike's Perez Resigns

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    Mon, 23 Jan 2006

    William Perez resigned his post as CEO of Nike NKE and has been replaced by co-president Mark Parker . The move comes just over one year after Perez was named the successor to Phil Knight, the company's founder, who remains

  7. Nike CEO and Co-Founder Steps Down

    Commentary

    Mon, 29 Nov 2004

    Department Stores MAY. We are confident Nike's remaining management team, led by co-presidents Charlie Denson and Mark Parker , will help ease the transition and keep Nike on the right track. In our opinion, the value of the company has not

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