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Nike Inc., the world’s largest sporting-goods maker, posted first-quarter profit that topped analysts’ estimates after the FIFA World Cup soccer tournament boosted sales.
Sportswear firm Adidas probably thought it had hit the marketing jackpot when Adidas-sponsored Germany beat Adidas-sponsored Argentina to win the Adidas-sponsored World Cup. But arch rival Nike may have stolen much of its soccer branding thunder.
BERLIN, Germany — U.S. sportswear maker Nike Inc, battling Adidas AG to be the world's biggest soccer brand, expects kit sales to keep growing fast after the World Cup, its chief executive was quoted as saying in a German newspaper.
RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil — Sao Paulo-based Alpargatas SA, the maker of the Havaianas brand, joins companies including Nike Inc. and Fiat SpA that are forgoing FIFA sponsorships to focus on clever ads to generate World Cup buzz.
BERLIN, Germany — U.S. sportswear group Nike is banking on its sponsorship of more of the world's best-known soccer stars than Adidas in its battle to overtake the German firm as the sport's top-selling brand at its World Cup this summer.
BEAVERTON, United States — Nike Inc. wants to be to fitness apps what Apple is to digital music and Amazon is to online books.
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