Knight and Fireman Announce Corporate Leadership Plans

Ryan, Thomas J.
December 2004
SGB;Dec2004, Vol. 37 Issue 12, p12
Trade Publication
Reports on career changes at Nike Inc. and Reebok International, respectively, as of December 2004. Resignation of Nike co-founder Phil Knight; Appointment of Paul Fireman at Reebok; Appointment of William Perez at Nike.


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