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  1. Nike's Strong Growth Brings Good News For Investors

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    Wed, 1 Oct 2014

    incorporate products that have higher margins and higher prices on average. According to President and CEO of Nike, Mark Parker , "Fiscal year 2015 is off to a strong start. Our connection to consumers and ability to innovate, combined with

  2. Nike And Jeter Hit A Walk-Off On The Same Day!

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    Fri, 26 Sep 2014

    analyst estimates by approximately $150 million. Not only did Nike beat estimates but every division performed well. Mark Parker commented: "Fiscal year 2015 is off to a strong start. Nike has never been better positioned to realize our tremendous

  3. Nike's core focus is still on performance

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    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

  4. Nike to Divest Starter

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    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

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    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    William Perez was forced to resign as CEO of Nike NKE and has been replaced by copresident Mark Parker .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    William Perez resigned his post as CEO of Nike NKE and has been replaced by co-president Mark Parker .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

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    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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