World Finance

World Finance

November 19, 2014 08:00 ET

Nike vs. Adidas: World Finance Reviews the History of Two Brand Titans

LONDON, ENGLAND--(Marketwired - Nov. 19, 2014) - History has had its fair share of business rivalries. In the sporting world, the battle between sporting brand heavyweights Nike and Adidas has been unparalleled. With thousands of jobs at stake and billions invested in the tussle for the top, the new issue of World Finance takes a look at the shootout for market supremacy, and asks who is winning.

With a wealth of international sporting stars brandishing their boots, shirts and socks, the Nike swoosh tick and the Adidas trademark three stripes are ever-present at nearly all major sporting events on the planet. Looking back to the FIFA World Cup, for example, the battle between the two brands was the most-often fought fixture in the competition, and the financial rewards for the winner even greater than the tournament trophy itself. In the latest World Finance magazine, we analyse how the brand battle will play out in the years ahead.

Also in the November-December issue of World Finance is an in depth look at Ebola's economic toll, Detroit's regeneration and Paraguay's transition from dictatorship to democracy, as well as a host of features focusing on a range of business and finance-related topics. For the latest stories in banking, wealth management, markets, infrastructure and strategy, World Finance offers an insight into the health of the global financial market, and the many opportunities and challenges contained within.

For an in-depth look into the issues shaping the global economy of today, the November-December issue of World Finance is available to read online and in print now.

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    Editorial Department
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