Nike launched some corporate responsibility campaigns to help divert attention from their bad press. They have improved some conditions in factories and are aiming for neutrality. In addition, they started promoting athletics and achievement for young people across the world (Corporate Social Responsibility-Companies in the News)... Showed first 250 characters
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Nike launched some corporate responsibility campaigns to help divert attention from their bad press. They have improved some conditions in factories and are aiming for neutrality. In addition, they started promoting athletics and achievement for young people across the world (Corporate Social Responsibility-Companies in the News)... Showed next 250 characters
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Globalization of Nike
Originally, Nike developed a strong working relationship with two Japanese shoe manufactures, but as costs increased in Japan during the 1970's, Nike began to search for alternative producers...
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Nike has manufacturing factories in Indonesia, China, and Vietnam. Nike does not have full ownership of these factories they are subcontracted out to independent businesses that then employ local citizens...
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Nike Case Study
more than a decade by repeated and persistent
accusations that its products were made in “sweatshops”
where workers, many of them children, slaved away in
hazardous conditions for below-subsistence wages...