But it's a hiccup rather than a transformational failure.
This financial holding surpassed both top- and bottom-line estimates.
The positive tone highlights the company's corporate turnaround.
We have high expectations for this stock, as we believe Under Armour is in the early stages of becoming a mega-brand.
Its core operations demonstrated signs of improvement and margin gains.
The company executes its plan well, and we expect shares to gain altitude with the planned breakup.
The company beat estimates for second-quarter sales expectations and earnings per share were in line.
Earnings beat, while its key high-return growth projects remain on schedule.
Though summarizing so many calls is daunting, it is so worth it to gain the insight you get from hearing directly from management teams.
Management is suffering from a severe credibility issue.