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Nike Adds Juneteenth as Company Holiday

Nike will now be offering its employees a paid company holiday for Juneteenth. The sportswear giant joined several companies that announced June 19, the oldest known U.S. celebration of the end of slavery, is officially an annual day off.
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Target, Walmart and CVS Among Retailers Scaling Back Business Amid Ongoing Protests

Retailers across the U.S. have announced they are closing some stores in cities affected by street protests over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. These are companies that have announced temporary closures amid ongoing demonstrations.
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Nike Unveils New Shoe for 'Everyday Heroes' in Health Profession

Nike didn’t have long-distance runners or basketball players in mind for their latest shoe. The brand’s new Nike Air Zoom Pulse was developed for “everyday heroes” in the medical industry who log long hours on their feet, reported USA Today . Designed for on-the-ground athletes such as nurses and...
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'Jesus Shoes' Filled With Holy Water Selling for More Than $3,000

If you want to walk on water it’s going to cost you a pretty penny. Sneaker worshippers have gotten fanatical about repurposed Nike Air Max ‘97s which have been injected with water from the River Jordan that was blessed by a priest, reported the New York Post . The so-called “Jesus Shoes” by...
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Man Pays $437,000 for Rare Pair of Nike Sneakers

If you have half a million dollars, you just do it! That’s exactly what Canadian entrepreneur Miles Nadal did by plucking down $437,500 for a pair of Nike sneakers at a Sotheby’s auction this week, according to the New York Post. The rare kicks , known as “Moon Shoes,” were designed by Nike co-...
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Man Pays $437,000 for Rare Pair of Nike Sneakers

See the sneakers that this man paid almost half a million dollars for.
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Why Nike Pulled ‘Betsy Ross Flag’ Sneaker After Colin Kaepernick Intervened

Nike has pulled sneakers featuring the 13-star Betsy Ross flag after former NFL quarterback and activist Colin Kaepernick urged the apparel giant not to sell the sneaker.
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