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Hurley execs on industry consolidation, brand and retail acquisitions

 

With global competitors buying brands and retailers, I wondered how Hurley and Nike would respond: Acquire brands? Get further into retail?

 

Bob Hurley and Roger Wyett gave their take on industry consolidation and what it means for Hurley, during our Feb. 11, 2011 Executive Roundtable.

 

 

 

 

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