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The once-promising star athlete detailed horrifying weight-loss demands at Nike's now-defunct Oregon Project.
The Vice President singled out Nike for removing Houston Rockets merchandise from stores in China after Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey's tweet.
"Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything," Kaepernick said.
"Arizona's economy is doing just fine without Nike," Ducey tweeted. A week later, he praised the company for creating 500 new jobs in his state.
The tennis great's dress and "Broosh" was designed by Nike and Swarovski.
The Senate majority leader is calling on Nike to reverse its decision to pull its Independence-Day themed shoes featuring the "Betsy Ross flag."
The Texas senator asked his Twitter followers to recommend a sneaker company "that’s not so woke." It backfired.
Colin Kaepernick reportedly criticized Nike's limited edition “Betsy Ross” shoes due to the design’s connection to slavery.
The Fox News host called the sports brand "pathetic" after it reportedly heeded Colin Kaepernick's objection to the design.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey retaliated against the company by taking away financial incentives for a new manufacturing plant in the state.
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The attorney allegedly attempted to defraud his client by convincing Daniels' literary agent to divert money from her book deal into his bank account.
Blackmail charges against the star lawyer didn't stop him from releasing what he claimed were damaging documents involving the company.
The lawyer, who had represented porn actress Stormy Daniels in her fight against Donald Trump, is facing federal charges claiming he tried to extort Nike.
But the lawyer's latest allegations only reveal his own ignorance about college basketball "corruption."
Only in the asinine world of college sports could paying talented, marketable athletes be damaging to anyone.
Michael Avenatti, best known as Stormy Daniels’ former lawyer, has been arrested for alleged extortion.
Michael Avenatti, best known as Stormy Daniels’ former lawyer, has been arrested for alleged extortion.
Right-wingers like Donald Trump Jr. went on a tear against the lawyer and foe of the president.
Federal prosecutors say the former Stormy Daniels attorney threatened to release damaging information about Nike if the company didn't meet his demands.