Involuntary Labor
Human Trafficking
Factory Conditions
Health Threats
Factory Culture
Nike was founded in 1964 by Phil Knight and Bill Bowerman. It currently contracts over 700 factories worldwide, most of which are located in Asia. In 2008, Nike’s CEO Mark Parker made over $7 million. Nike’s annual revenue was $17 billion dollars and the people making their products are struggling to survive. Although Nike has worked to improve the lives of factory workers, these numbers alone show there is a huge and increasing gap of wages and living conditions between higher-level employees and factory workers in Asia.
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