- "Cool product ... People really care about each other"
- "World class sports facilities, discounted lunch menu with locally-grown, mostly organic food, access to athletes, global opportunities, casual atmosphere"
- "Community service"
- "Base salary ranges are pretty low"
- "Inability to accept and implement change. We ... often get stuck in political landmines."
ABOUT THIS COMPANY:
Kickin’ it old school
Adored by athletes and immortalized by Run-DMC, the perennially lowercase adidas is the second highest-selling shoe brand in the world, trailing behind market leader Nike. The brand specializes in athletic footwear, apparel and accessories, and sponsors soccer, basketball, tennis, football and rugby teams as well as athletes all over the world, including American football teams and all of the U.S. soccer league teams. Worn by everyone from the Beastie Boys to former U.S. President Bush to footie fanatics in developing nations, the triple-stripe sneaks are well-loved the world over. The €10.8 billion company (2009) also owns sneaker brand Reebok, casual-shoe maker Rockport and TaylorMade-adidas Golf.
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