Nike to Cut 1,400 Jobs


Beaverton, Ore.-based athletics brand Nike has revealed that it will slash two percent of its global workforce, or 1,400 jobs. The layoffs will take place as part of the company’s restructures itself to better respond to the changing consumer climate, the Portland Business Journal reports.

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