One Nike employee cost the company billions with this one simple mistake

It was now 2013, and Curry’s endorsement contract was finished. Despite being so closely aligned with Nike, he was free to talk with other sporting brands if he chose to, but Nike had the rights to match any offer given to him. Time for Curry and Nike to have a sit down and strike a deal, but Curry said he felt a bit awkward in the negotiations. It seemed weird to him to have to listen to a business pitch from a company that he was already affiliated with.

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