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The company said the departure of Hebert, vice president and general manager of Nike's North America business, is effective immediately and that it plans to announce a new head for the geography shortly. Bloomberg Businessweek last week reported that Hebert's son Joe Hebert used a credit card in her name to purchase sneakers for his resale company, West Coast Streetwear.
NIKE, Inc. (NYSE:NKE) announced that Ann Hebert, Vice President and General Manager, North America geography, has departed from the company, effective today, March 1. Hebert leaves Nike after more than 25 years with the brand. Nike plans to announce a new head of its North American geography shortly.
In the case of Peloton Interactive (NASDAQ: PTON), the scorching $36 billion at-home fitness company benefited greatly from coronavirus-related lockdown orders as people needed ways to work out without leaving the house. The stock price is up almost fivefold over the past year, but the easing of restrictions and the progress of vaccinations could slow down its impressive growth. Meanwhile, Nike (NYSE: NKE), the $172 billion sports apparel and footwear behemoth was forced to temporarily shutter many of its stores in the fiscal 2020 fourth quarter (which ended May 31, 2020) due to the lockdowns.