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How Nike nabbed Naomi Osaka from Adidas

By Bloomberg
08 April 2019   |   5:22 am
Tennis star Naomi Osaka signed an endorsement deal with Nike Inc., switching from the U.S. sports brand’s biggest rival, Adidas AG.

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