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January 16, 1992 | Associated Press
Steroid use by Nike-sponsored athletes and widespread under-the-table payments to amateur competitors are among the allegations in a book released this week that details the inner workings of the athletic shoe and apparel giant. "Swoosh, The Story of Nike and the Men Who Played There," was written by sisters Julie Strasser and Laurie Becklund. Strasser was Nike's first advertising director and her husband, Rob, was the marketing whiz during the company's rise during the 1980s.
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January 16, 1992 | Associated Press
Steroid use by Nike-sponsored athletes and widespread under-the-table payments to amateur competitors are among the allegations in a book released this week that details the inner workings of the athletic shoe and apparel giant. "Swoosh, The Story of Nike and the Men Who Played There," was written by sisters Julie Strasser and Laurie Becklund. Strasser was Nike's first advertising director and her husband, Rob, was the marketing whiz during the company's rise during the 1980s.
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May 18, 1985 | HENRY WEINSTEIN, Times Labor Writer
United Airlines, which had vowed to keep flying if its 5,000 pilots went on strike, got off to a very limited start Friday, the first full day of a walkout against the nation's largest carrier. United was forced to halt service at 89 airports--including 13 of the 15 it normally operates from in California--and severely reduce service at 50 others. The airline claimed that 11% of its flights were operating.
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