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ASSESSING THE CHANCES OF THOSE WHO TAKE STANCES

These three companies have made headlines for their messaging on divisive political and social issues. Here’s how their core businesses are faring.

NIKE

[NKE, $83]

Last September, when Nike featured Colin Kaepernick in ads marking the 30th anniversary of its “Just Do It” campaign,

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