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This is how the NFL's sponsors are responding to political protests on the field.
The athletic footwear and apparel name continues to appear overvalued relative to expected earnings.
Under Armour's partnership with A$AP Rocky goes beyond footwear and sportswear.
Pressure is mounting on CEOs to step down from President Donald Trump's American Manufacturing Council
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer reacts to Tuesday's trending stocks.
More CEOs are leaving Trump's council.
North Korea says it will delay a decision on attacking Guam.
* Little happening (modest gain in the S&P Index), save the continued rotation mentioned this morning. * Sentiment is that new Chief of Staff John Kelly will bring some order into a disorganized and dysfunctional White House. * Busy morning for data...
Starbucks just hit a milestone.
The company has little need to buy a bricks-and-mortar apparel seller when its online apparel sales are performing so well.
Since 2010, 3 of the 4 best entry points sprang from much lower-than-normal multiples.
There's a very good reason why so many clamor for these stocks.
Amazon, Costco and Walmart are all there really is out there.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer thinks Nike is still being hurt by Adidas and Under Armour.
Project Rock Delta is a sneaker inspired by Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson's 'grueling' training sessions.
Spending has remained sub-par this spring.
Though the sports apparel name has taken a beating over the last year, it still is not cheap based on its multiple.
Sears SHLD warned that a cash crunch could cause it and its Kmart stores to go out of business unless it can get more money to operate.