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It will continue to make golf apparel, but will stop producing balls and clubs amid declining revenue from its golf division.
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The Chinese market is key to the company's goal to reach $10 billion in sales by 2020.
Amazon and Google posted strong earnings results after the closing bell Thursday.
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Despite weaker-than-expected earnings, portfolio managers see multi-pronged growth strategies in place at the sports-apparel maker.
With a bit of downside follow-through in the near term, Nike will reach a very solid support zone.
Neither impressed on earnings, but UA has a better long-term plan.
Shares of Under Armour may be seeing pressure after the apparel-maker's rare earnings miss, but the company is doing just fine, says Jim Cramer
A slew of corporate earnings and closely watched Federal Reserve meeting are in focus for the week of July 25.
The Chef Curry 2s sold out online despite nearly universal derision when it was released five weeks ago.
It's a pretty broad spectrum, but they've definitely arrived.
Take part in a mini retail revival ahead their earnings season in early August.
Durant's decision to join Curry's basketball team comes just two years after Durant declined to join Under Armour's endorsement team.
Nike's board of directors features a who's who of Fortune 500 execs.
Nike's earnings call revealed that inventories are down, which is a big plus for the company according to Jim Cramer.
Why cling to a short-term view on a company that still has a very promising future long term?
Stocks are in rally mode again today, trying to extend Tuesday's gains.
None of its sports-retail rivals has bid on more than one of the bankrupt chain's stores.
Under Armour is strategically out-thinking Nike in many ways.
Shareholders have a right to know just who represents their interests on the board of this $10 billion company.
Still, I continue to believe that this is not a GoPro fad that peaked.
The activewear maker will struggle to hit its earnings, and its anonymous board won't reassure investors.
Nike could see a bump ahead of its earnings release next week, and Under Armour shares rose in Monday trading, basking in the glow of the championship game.
A weekly close below $35 will keep the bears in control.
If the longest-standing board members are truly responsible for the yoga-pants maker's troubles, why can't we find all of them?
Unemployment claims appear to be on the rise, the Federal Reserve noted in a Thursday tweet.
Company is doing much better than Wilson acknowledges.