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    Shoe Types

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    The Effect of Shoe Types on Running Performance and Running Related Injuries Maria Arango Running has become a more popularized sport over the years due to its ability to increase cardiovascular endurance and burn fat. It is also one of the most accessible forms of exercise: it can be done anywhere with no need of extra equipment. The increase in interest in the sport has created a bigger opportunity for corporate athletic apparel companies, such as Nike, to increase their market and release differing

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    Shoe Thrower

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    politician to duck a flying shoe. She follows in the … uh, footsteps of George W. Bush, Tony Blair and a few others in recent years who have displayed fancy footwork to dodge footwear hurled in anger. Clinton’s run-in occurred at a meeting of the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries in Vegas last week when a woman took (bad) aim and fired an orange and black athletic shoe at the former secretary of state. I have to admit, I don’t know why anybody would want to throw a shoe. I get that it’s considered

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    Shoe Industry

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    The Shoe Industry consists of a multitude of footwear categories, varying in utility, style and occasion. When overseeing the market for the shoe industry, we must look at the influence of all shoe trades universally to comprehensively understand how the disparities in sales relate to the needs of specific regions. The global retail market within the shoe industry currently represents $185 billion, driven primarily by Asian and Latin American economies and is expected to reach $211.5 billion by 2018

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    Payless Shoe Source

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    On April 25, 1996, the Board of Directors of the May Department Stores Company made the decision to distribute Payless ShoeSource common stock. Effective May 1996, Payless will operate as a publicly owned, independent company. With this new venture, Payless Common Stock will be listed on the New York Stock Exchange. Beginning May 1996, approximately 39.9 million shares will be distributed by the Bank of New York at the rate of .16 share of Common Stock for every one share of May common stock held

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    The Shoe Industry

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    The Shoe Industry The shoe industry is one of the biggest moneymakers in the market, but it's facing many changes, rushes, and difficulties. The big power in the industry is Nike inc. which all the other companies are trying to be like. Some changes are the industry as a whole is moving there factories to the far east such as China. The reason for this is they are trying to save costs for producing there shoes by paying there workers less because they are in the far east. Nike and Reebok have already

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    The Evolution of the Athletic Shoe

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    almost entirely dependant on the function of the legs and feet. So how does an athlete maintain the health of these precious appendages of the body? To find the answer we go back to 18th century England, where the evolution of the modern-day athletic shoe begins (Kippen, par.1() Shoes have taken different forms throughout history. From sandals used by those in the Middle East and Egypt, to the boots of Canadians and Alaskans, to people in Africa and the Greek Olympians who wore no shoes at all,

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    Shoe Carnival sells a wide variety of footwear, in categories such as men’s, women’s, children’s, and athletic. Along with selling shoes, the company also sells different accessories including wallets, purses, and socks. What sets Shoe Carnival apart from its competition, however, is The Shoe Carnival Concept. Each store across the nation, has its own microphone announcer. This announcer yells out specials over the microphone for customers to hear. Some of these specials include discounts, special

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    Marketing Plan for a Shoe Repair Service

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    Marketing Plan for a Shoe Repair Service I. Introduction: I have created a marketing plan for 'The Shoe Doctor'. The Shoe Doctor will be a local business in the Brownsville area that will offer shoe repair services. There are only a small number of businesses in the valley that offer shoe repair, thus the need for a shoe repair service in the area is vast. II. Target Market: The proposed target market for 'The Shoe Doctor' will be the lower and middle income residents of Brownsville

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    The correlation between height and shoe size Introduction Throughout the years it has been believed that the taller a person is, the bigger their feet are. The purpose of this investigation is to determine whether there is a strong relationship between the height of a person and their shoe size. In this investigation, data was collected by 20 female teenagers from ages 14-18, to see if their height correlates with their shoe size. I used people from ages 14-18 because they are almost done growing

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    The sports shoe industry in China A sweatshop is a workplace where workers are subject to extreme exploitation, including the absence of a living wage or benefits, poor working conditions, such as health and safety hazards , and arbitrary discipline, such as physical and psychological abuse. Brief History: There have probably been sweatshops since one man first began working for another. Although sweatshops certainly existed before, the term "sweatshop" itself did not appear in common

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