Nike founder Phil Knight tends toward the reclusive when it comes to the media, unless he’s discussing one of his numerous charitable donations or initiatives. Thankfully, this week the legendary businessman has a book to promote, which means he’s granting interviews to shows like, say, CBS News.
That CBS interview aired over the weekend, and Knight touched on some topics he doesn’t often speak on these days. Those oft-criticized subjects include the hit that Nike’s image took in the ’90s due to its use of sweatshops and even the violence that can surround sneakers, as well as lighter fare like his new book, Shoe Dog, the early days of Nike, and one Michael Jordan.
Give the full interview a watch below!