Nike Reshuffles Marketing Leadership Amid Reports of 'Behavior That Is Inconsistent With Our Values'

25-year veteran Trevor Edwards to resign, as CEO Mark Parker stays on

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An internal memo sent to staff today by Nike chairman, president and CEO Mark Parker announced several major changes to the athletic-wear giant’s marketing department while also mentioning an investigation into unspecified behavior within the organization.

In the biggest move, Trevor Edwards, a 25-year veteran of the organization whom many saw as Parker’s potential heir, will resign from his position as Nike brand president and retire in August.

Elliot Hill, Nike’s president of geographies and integrated marketplace, will be promoted to the role of president of consumer and marketplace.



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