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SEP 06, 2018

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SOURCE: VOX

SUBMITTER: MICHAEL L.

NIKE MADE BILLIONS SELLING REBELLION TO YOUNG PEOPLE
Young people living in big, wealthy cities make up Nike’s core demographic: Colin Kaepernick fits the company’s focus on expansion in big cities.

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SEP 05, 2018

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SEP 05, 2018

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SOURCE: BREITBART

SUBMITTER: MICHAEL L.

DONALD TRUMP JR. PUTS HIS OWN TWIST ON NIKE’S AD
Thousands on social media have had fun creating memes, and altering the images and wording of Nike’s new campaign ad featuring Colin Kaepernick. Though, no one may have had more fun or made more of an impact on the Kaepernick meme craze, than Donald Trump Jr.

SEP 05, 2018

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SEP 04, 2018

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SEP 04, 2018

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SEP 04, 2018

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SOURCE: BREITBART

SUBMITTER: MICHAEL L.

NIKE BETS ON MILLENNIALS WITH KAEPERNICK AD CAMPAIGN
Nike’s new marketing campaign built around Colin Kaepernick takes an strong stance on a politically divisive issue in the Trump era, which could score points with millennials but at the risk of alienating conservative customers.

SEP 04, 2018

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AUG 23, 2018

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SOURCE: VOX

SUBMITTER: MICHAEL L.

ARE WAGES GOING TO START GROWING?
Businesses have bounced back from the Great Recession, with the S&P 500 continually setting records while steady hiring has finally delivered a low unemployment rate. But when it comes to paychecks, wage growth has been so slow that over the past year it’s actually been less than inflation.

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AUG 15, 2018

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AUG 15, 2018

POSITION: POPULIST RIGHT

SOURCE: BREITBART

SUBMITTER: MICHAEL L.

JULY RETAIL SALES ROCK, PRODUCTIVITY SOARS…
Retail sales rose 0.5% in July, as opposed to an expectation of 0.1% growth. In addition, a Federal Reserve survey in New York found that tariffs were not causing stress on manufacturers.

AUG 15, 2018

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