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Most Nike Execs Are Receiving Double-Digit Pay Cuts In '17 Following A Difficult Year

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 26 / 17

Most of Nike's executive team got "double-digit pay cuts" this year, a "reflection of a difficult year at the company," according to Jeff Manning of the Portland OREGONIAN. Nike Chair, President & CEO MARK PARKER "took the biggest hit," as his "total compensation fell" 71% from ...

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