Nike CEO pressed on not addressing Chinese human rights abuses: 'China is a very important market for us'
Nike's shameless capitulation to China
If you’ve ever wondered why a country such as China can get away with imprisoning and torturing more than 2 million innocent people without facing any global consequences, look no further than Nike, a U.S.-based corporation that willingly turns a blind eye to the Chinese Communist Party’s human…
Nike CEO On Doing Business In China: ‘Very Aligned With Our Values’
Challenged on Nike’s refusal to speak out more firmly on China’s human rights abuses since his company has a huge market in China, Nike CEO John Donahoe said his company didn’t have to sacrifice any of its values to do business in China, stating that Nike operates “very aligned with our values.”Donahoe told CNBC’s Ariel Eisen, “We participate in sport all over the world, including China.”“China’s a very important market for us; we have a long-te…
Nike CEO: We're ignoring China's abuses because 'China's a very important market'
(BREITBART) – On Thursday’s broadcast of CNBC’s “Closing Bell,” Nike CEO John Donahoe responded to a question on why Nike hasn’t been more vocal on human rights issues in China by stating that they participate “in sport all over the world, including China. China’s a very important market for us.” And maintained that they have…
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