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Nike Files For Tech Patents In Trying To Stay Ahead Of Competitors Amid Digital Shift

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 12 / 02 / 16

Nike on Thursday "filed a burst of patent applications, including two dozen for new technology, the latest sign of the industry's ongoing digital shift and the sportswear giant's aggressive effort to stay ahead of competitors," according to Matthew Kish of the PORTLAND BUSINESS JOURNAL. The 64 ...

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