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Friday, June 21, 2013

Nike brand president Charlie Denson is retiring in January. Current executive of brand and category management Trevor Edwards will replace him.

Denson, 57, who has been with Nike for 34 years and has been president of the brand for 7 years, plans to retire in January.
Denson "helped build the brand around the world," said CEO Mark Parker in a statement.

Edwards, 50, will become the new Nike brand president in July, leading all category and geographic business units, the Jordan brand, and action-sport brands including Hurley International.

Read more at KGW.

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