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|Thursday, March 18, 2010|
Nike Inc. enjoyed a surge in third-quarter profits with earnings of $496 million — more than double the $244 million the company earned in the same period the year before.
While the sportswear company is still not back on its normal revenue and growth track, demand is improving in most markets, Nike leaders say.
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