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Nike makes the step to transparency

Today Nike breaks a three-year silence on social reporting as it publishes its 2004 corporate responsibility report. This is Nike's first report since a 2002 California supreme court ruling that the company could be sued by Mark Kasky, a labour rights activist, over statements it made about its labour practices. But that is not all: the sports equipment company has also broken new ground in transparency by publishing a complete list of suppliers on its website.

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Nike issues first responsibility report since "Kasky" lawsuit - publishes list of suppliers on its website

Nike lawsuit (Kasky v Nike, re denial of labour abuses)