Nike’s digital disruption paid off in Q2

Crediting the efforts being made to execute its Consumer Direct Offense program, Nike reported better-than-expected results for the second quarter ended on Nov. 30. Revenues grew by 14 percent on a currency-neutral basis across the group, with increases of 14 percent for the Nike brand and 6 percent for Converse.

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