Nike Says ‘Believe In Something’: Can It Sacrifice Something, Too? – OpEd By Jessicah Pierre*
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Town Expected To Reverse Nike Ban
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Nike marketing team takes calculated risk with Kaepernick and Williams Will the company's decision to strike an overtly political stance pay off in the long term? Brisbane Times 6 days ago Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age
Nike share price reaches all time high on back of Kaepernick campaign If you invest for yourself you can align your portfolio to your own social views. Motley Fool 1 week ago Nike shares hit record high as support for Kaepernick ad campaign grows Nike's decision to build an ad campaign around Colin Kaepernick appears to have paid off in the short term, with shares shooting to a record high. Brisbane Times 1 week ago Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age
Nine-year-old Harper Nielsen's anthem protest draws global attention The national anthem protest of Queensland schoolgirl Harper Nielsen has been likened to the kneeling protest of NFL star and US social justice campaigner Colin Kaepernick by US media. SBS 1 week ago
Nike online sales bounce 31 per cent after debut of Kaepernick campaign Nike's 'Dream Crazy' ad campaign sparked outrage from President Donald Trump but sales suggest there really is no such thing as bad publicity Brisbane Times 2 weeks ago Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age
Woods had no prior knowledge of Nike's Kaepernick commercial Former San Francisco 49er Kaepernick sparked a national debate when he knelt during the national anthem in the 2016 NFL season to protest racial injustice and police brutality. SBS 2 weeks ago Why Donald Trump hasn't hammered Nike over Colin Kaepernick campaign "Nike is a tenant of mine. They pay a lot of rent," US President Donald Trump told the Daily Caller. Brisbane Times 2 weeks ago Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age