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Second Top Nike Executive Departs Amid Complaints of Workplace Behavior [The New York Times]

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PDF By RACHEL ABRAMS MARCH 16, 2018 Nike confirmed the departure of a second senior executive within 24 hours on Friday, an apparent shake-up after the global sportswear giant acknowledged it had received internal complaints about workplace behavior. Jayme Martin, a vice president and general manager of global categories, has left the company, a spokesman confirmed on Friday. His departure follows the exit of Trevor Edwards , a top official whose retirement was announced on Thursday. Greg Rossiter, a Nike spokesman, declined to comment on the reasons for Mr. Martin’s departure, or when he had left. Mr. Martin, who joined Nike in the late 1990s, reported to Mr. Edwards, who was seen as a potential successor to Nike’s chief executive, Mark Parker. In a statement on Thursday that seemed aimed at providing a note of stability, the company said that Mr. Parker would remain in his role at Nike past 2020. Advertisement Continue reading the main story The [Read more]

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