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Top viewed stories so far this year

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Our in-depth interview with top Nike Action Sports executives about major changes coming was the top viewed story so far this year.
By Tiffany Montgomery
July 01, 2011 7:30 AM

In photo: Nike Action Sports Global Marketing Director Bastien Renard, Global VP Sandy Bodecker and Global General Manager Dan Burris.

 

With the first six months of the year gone, I thought it would be a good time to see what are the most viewed stories so far.

 

One thing is for sure: it has been a very newsy six months.

 

Top 25 viewed stories Jan. 1 – June 30, 2011

 

1. No more Nike 6.0

 

2. Top brand at PacSun

 

3. SIMA Image Award winners

 

4. Volcom to sell to PPR

 

5. Potential payouts in Volcom/PPR deal

 

6. La Jolla to license another brand

 

7. Senior Quik executive takes new job

 

8. Outsider named CEO of Hurley

 

9. Investor takes large stake in PacSun

 

10. Lost and La Jolla separate

 

11. Bevacqua autopsy inconclusive

 

12. PPR plans for Volcom

 

13. Paul Gomez to Podium

 

14. Vipe Desai starts new company

 

15. Hurley secures Phantom patent

 

16. Photos from Day 1 of Surf Summit

 

17. Skullcandy files to go public

 

18. Comune staff quits in dispute

 

19. PPR on Volcom executive contracts

 

20. Marty Samuels takes new CEO Role

 

21. More about PPR and its CEO

 

22. Sanuk acquired

 

23. Vrignaud moving on from Burton

 

24. O’Neill debuts technical bikini

 

25. PacSun kicks off spring with party

 

 


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