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Nike Say Goodbye to Five More Executives

Executives are dropping like flies over at Beaverton. Amid corporate culture/sexual harassment turmoil, Nike’s top personnel (including supposed CEO-heir apparent, Trevor Edwards) are being ushered out or leaving on their own accord to improve the company.

Mark Parker said Nike were almost done playing musical executives when he apologised to employees last week, but now five more have left the company.

Positions vacated include North America’s head of running, the overseer of Eastern North America, the head of performance marketing, the director of sports marketing, and a senior creative director. Of the now 11 executive positions cleared, at least three have been filled by women — two last week, and now another by Rosemary St. Clair, who has been with Nike for over 30 years and is now the vice president of the company’s global women’s department.


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