T. J. R.
September 2007
SGB;Sep2007, Vol. 40 Issue 9, p8
Trade Publication
The article reports that Jill Stanton has been chosen by Nike Inc. to be vice president of apparel for the United States, while Mary Kate Buckley has been chosen to be the company's vice president of apparel for Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Roger Wyett, Nike's vice president of global apparel, is quoted commenting on Stanton and Buckley.


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