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Kobe Bryant #24 of the Los Angeles Lakers adjusts his jersey during the NBA game against the Phoenix Suns at US Airways Center on February 19, 2012 in Phoenix, Arizona.

Kobe Bryant designed products by talking Picasso, leopards, and great white sharks with Nike’s CEO

"You look at nature, you look at art, you look at science in different ways and you bring that into your point of view on the product."

Nike’s CEO joked the brand’s controversial Vaporfly running shoes help him walk faster at work

"The time it takes me to walk across the NIKE campus here at headquarters has dropped by at least 4%," Mark Parker told analysts this week.
Harvard Business Review ranked Jeff Bezos as the No. 1 CEO in its 2014 list; in 2019, Bezos has fallen off the ranking completely.

The 35 best CEOs in the world, according to Harvard Business Review

The CEOs of NVIDIA, Salesforce, Adobe, Mastercard, Microsoft, Texas Instruments, Nike, and L'Oréal all made the top third of the prestigious list.

Nike’s new CEO is set to double down on the company’s success selling online. Here’s what analysts are saying about John Donahoe.

Though some analysts were confused by Nike's choice to hire an outside executive, most praised Donahoe's experience leading digital businesses.

Analysts say Nike’s new CEO choice signals a direction that should worry some mom-and-pop and department stores

Analysts say that some of Nike's smaller retailer partners should brace themselves for the impact of new leadership.

Nike just announced a Silicon Valley tech exec as its next CEO, and it reveals how it’s thinking about its future

The announcement that Nike CEO Mark Parker would be stepping down came as a surprise, but replacing him with former eBay CEO John Donahoe makes sense.

Nike CEO Mark Parker steps down just hours after Under Armour’s chief executive leaves his role

Nike CEO Mark Parker will become executive chairman of the company. He will be replaced by John Donahoe, the former CEO of eBay.

Why Nike is caught in the middle of the NBA’s dispute with China

Nike's exclusive deal with the basketball league could put its regional sales in jeopardy, which rose 22% last quarter.