Woods' car crash outside his Orlando home on Nov. 27 has drawn intense media attention onto his multiple infidelities, and has surely spurred his sponsors to consider whether they want to continue their ties with the billion-dollar legendary golfer.
Over the weekend, P&G's (PG) Gillette said that it would begin limiting Woods' role in their marketing programs, and AT&T (T) and Tag Heuer have said they were assessing their ties with the world's number one golfer. Nike (NKE), Electronic Arts (ERTS) and PepsiCo's (PEP) Gatorade said they are still standing behind Woods, though most readers at TheStreet.com say they think all sponsors should drop him.
-- Reported by Andrea Tse in New York >>See our new stock quote page.
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