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    quitting drugs and alcohol, moving into jobs, education, homes, training, reuniting with families and even going on to become players and coaches for pro or semi-pro football teams. [case study] ninemillion.org. NIKE, Inc. is a founding partner of the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR...
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  • Industry Surveys
    better in the latter half of 2003. However, promotional pricing remained a concern, and a strained relationship between Nike and Foot Locker Inc., a major athletic footwear retailer, hung over most of the year. In the fall of 2002, Foot Locker cut back sharply on purchases of high-end products from...
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  • Theory Nike Case Study
    AN OBJECTIVE CASE STUDY FOR NIKE COMPANY Present to The Faculty of the Department of Commerce Raffles International College Ho Chi Minh City In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements For Management Theory and Application By Vu Nhat Nam (Kelvin) Ho Thanh Chung (Andy) CASE STUDY 1...
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  • Nike Marketing with Special Focus on India
    environment. What entry strategy NIKE adopted to enter India? What was the pricing strategy to entice Indian consumer? What was the channel and distribution strategy of NIKE? The case study attempts to answer these questions and also identifies future outlook that would aid sportswear industry growth...
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  • Supply Chain
    role of HR in MNC subsidiaries in China between 1999 and 2006.’’ Chinese Management Studies 3 (4): 295-312.doi:10.1108/17506140911007477 The nike code of ethics 2011. “Defining the nike inc, playing field and rules of the game”. accessed 25th august 2011. http://fromonline.net/DOC/CE_Nike.pdf....
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  • Nike Overseas Labor Practices
    to the Media Pete A. J. Saunders Hamilton, Bermuda Abstract Nike Inc., is one of the largest and most successful manufacturers of athletic apparel. The company’s successes were not without failure in handling important legal, ethical and societal issues. Nike was accused of...
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  • Child Labor
    . Dudette, D., Nike, Inc., http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nike,-Inc., July31, 2011. Faleiro, S., Children Whoe sell Themselves, http://wwwnytimes.com/2011/09/07/opinion/07iut= edfeiro07.html?r=1, September 6, 2011. Foddy, W.H., Theory and practice in social research, en.wiki.org/wiki/questionnaire...
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  • Nike
    was the channel and distribution strategy of NIKE? The case study attempts to answer these questions and also identifies future outlook that would aid sportswear industry growth and NIKE in particular. Entry Strategy/Market Discovery According to company legend, NIKE‘s business model was...
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  • Milktea
    this case, Nike has absolute power over customer, where customer has low bargaining power. This can be proved by many study cases where Nike make their customer angry and claim that they will refuse to buy Nike product. An example will be mention here. Two years ago, Nike claim that they have...
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  • Ethics Issue Where Involved Nike
    Nike for human rights violations. Indiscriminate hiring and firing practices, deficiencies in health and safety conditions, and low wages are some of the accusations faced by Nike. According to the case study, several cases of human rights abuse were revealed in Indonesian factories. In Vietnamese...
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  • Nike Inc.: China
    increased their profit and market share in China (Hart et al, 2002 p.2). SECTION 4.4 | NIKE’S FIT AND OPERATIONS IN CHINA Nike has been doing business in China for more than 25 years and it is now Nike’s Second-largest market in the world. Nike considered China to be one of their biggest growth...
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  • Nike Info
    Ethical theories can help rationalize certain decisions that Nike has made as a company and highlight the issues pertaining to its followed consequences. Let us now examine some ethics theories and observe the case of Nike in this light. Egoism - This theory states that individuals or corporations...
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  • Accounting Research Paper
    sustainability report followed by 49 percent of companies in the United Kingdom and rounded out by 30-40 percent of all U.S. and Western Europe companies (Robins, 5). According to a study released in March 2006 by Stratos, Inc., 70 percent of S&P/TSX companies disclosed "some form of sustainability...
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  • ADIDAS
    loyalty. Brand loyalty towards Adidas, Nike, Inc., Puma AG and several other sportswear brands was examined in a recent study. The study found consumers did not exhibit unduly high loyalty towards such brands. During the mid to late 1990s, Adidas divided the brand into three main groups with each a...
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  • Dubrin
    CASE 9 Daryl Benson NIKE: Managing Ethical Missteps—Sweatshops to Leadership in Employment Practices Phil Knight and his University of Oregon track coach Bill Bowerman founded Blue Ribbon Sports, later renamed Nike, in 1964. The idea, born as a result of a paper written by Knight...
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  • Nike
    SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS PERFORMANCE SUMMARY NIKE, INC. FY10/11 Note: The information in this report and NIKE, Inc.’s corporate responsibility/sustainability reporting and website, inclusive of charts, graphs and discussion, and all other information presented, may contain forward-looking...
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  • Adidas Marketing Strategy
    -1997, adidas had tied up with Bata and Woodland and first began exploring multi-brand outlets and retail malls. Reebok was slated to grow by almost 30 percent against 22 percent in 2002-03 and focused on its global Performance Range products. Bata started retailing other brands like Reebok, Nike...
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  • Crocs
    of 2005, which were $11.0 million. Also during the time between January 1, 2006 and June 30, 2006 the Crocs net income went from $6,441,000 to $15,666,000. Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies, Volume 15, Number 3, 2009 12 THE FOOTWEAR INDUSTRY: WHEN CROCS ATTACK Crocs, Inc...
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  • Finance Case Study
    Case Studies in Finance: Managing for Corporate Value Creation Fourth Edition July, 2002 Robert F. Bruner Distinguished Professor of Business Administration Darden Graduate School of Business Administration University of Virginia Post Office Box 6550 Charlottesville, Virginia 22906 Email: brunerr...
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  • Apple Case 1
    that Nike had, "substituted less harmful chemicals in its production, installed local exhaust ventilation systems, and trained key personnel on occupational health and safety issues."[2] The study was conducted in a factory in Vietnam. Recently, Nike has developed a program to deal with claims of...
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