Nike's total sales revenue for 2014 was $27.79 billion, which was up slightly from 2013's $25.33 billion, according to MarketWatch. Nike's sales/revenue figures for 2012 were $24.12 billion, $20.89 billion for 2011 and $18.96 billion for 2010.
Nike Inc., which trades under stock symbol NKE.N on the New York Stock Exchange, was first incorporated in 1969. Nike designs, develops, markets and sells athletic apparel, footwear and accessories. Nike merchandise is sold through its website, distributors and licensees as well as in Nike's retail stores.
There are eight product categories that are the focus of Nike's products, including products for running, football, basketball, action sports, golf, sportswear and separate divisions for women's and men's training.
Nike also markets products that are designed for recreational and athletic use, including items for outdoor activities, walking, wrestling, volleyball, tennis, lacrosse and cricket. It also has a children's division. The company has a presence in the United States and North America as well as in Central, Eastern and Western Europe, Japan, and Greater China.
Nike was trading at $92.04 per share as of February of 2015. The stock's 52-week high was $99.76, and its 52-week low was $70.60. Its main competitors are Under Armour, Li Ning, Puma and Adidas.