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The Daily's Hot Reads For Tuesday: Nike And The Developing World

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The WALL STREET JOURNAL's Shelly Banjo writes, "Nike's internal conflict over Bangladesh shows that its effort to clean up its act in the developing world, which began about 20 years ago, remains a work in progress. … Nike's experience offers a lesson in the difficulty of managing the twin priorities of controlling costs and maintaining acceptable working conditions" (WALL STREET JOURNAL).

SI's Chris Mannix writes of Knicks President Phil Jackson: "Over the next few months Jackson will make decisions that will shape the next few years of the franchise. For years, Jackson has craved this responsibility. He has publicly lobbied for it. For the most successful coach in NBA history, it's time to make his mark" (SI.com).

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