Out of the Frying Pan

Ryan, Thomas J.
April 2004
SGB;Apr2004, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p8
Trade Publication
Discusses the Just For Feet scandal and its impact on the reputation of executives in the sporting goods industry. Executives involved in the scandal; Market performance of Just For Feet at the time of the scandal; Factors that might have led the indicted Just For Feet employees to commit the act. INSET: Spat With Nike Forces Footaction Sale.


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