Adidas (ADDDF) denounced the ban and said it greatly values its “diverse, international workforce.”In November, Nike (NKE) and Adidas also signed an open letter to Trump to show their commitment to fighting global warming and urging him to uphold the low carbon policies currently in place.Related: Nordstrom stock defies TrumpPlank, who is a member of Trump’s manufacturing council, has now explained his statements to his athletes, and it’s unlikely they’ll defect to another brand.Even when Curry spoke out, he remained positive about his endorsement relationship.”Every mantra that I live by, [Under Armour shares] that,” Curry said in an interview with The Mercury News. “And so when you blur the lines of business and politics, there is an opportunity for things to get muddy and that’s what happened with KP’s comment.”Still, the negative attention comes at an inconvenient time for Under Armour.At the end of January, Under Armour reported sales and earnings that missed forecasts and said 2017 revenues would also fall short of expectations.The backlash shows how divisive an issue Trump can be even within the business world.In November, a New Balance executive was similarly optimistic about Trump and customers started lighting their shoes on fire. On the other end of the spectrum, cries for boycotts of Budweiser, Coca Cola (COKE) and AirBnB came from Trump supporters after they took offense to the companies’ Super Bowl ads that praised diversity.CNNMoney (New York) First published February 10, 2017: 6:35 PM ETContact UsClosed CaptioningSite MapMost stock quote data provided by BATS.
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Fortunately Bob whom Matteson recalled as a bit of a joker managed to recover from his illness, and survived combat to return to Illinois without the need to tunnel out of his grave. But the notion of a making a last minute, informal last will and testament on the battlefield or at sea perhaps spoken, or else scribbled hastily on whatever scrap of paper was handy actually was a thing that combatants in peril once did. There’s a long tradition of countries giving military service members leeway to leave behind informal wills that courts often accepted, even though they didn’t conform to the usual formalities expected of civilian wills..