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

[post_page_title]Not a top priority?[/post_page_title]
Nike has a hierarchy of talent, choosing to offer better deals to better-known players. It seems logical to give more money to the people who will bring in more to your company. If not, they’ll make another company millions of dollars. Curry wasn’t yet at the top of the list, so Nike was not prepared to give him a deal comparable to stars like Kobe Bryant, but Curry felt he was being greatly undervalued by Nike.

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