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Under Armour has reportedly reached an agreement to outfit Major League Baseball beginning in 2020.
Under Armour continues to prove it knows how to close big deals that will help shape its future.
UA gets exclusive uniform provider deal, OLED to get boost from Apple focus.
Some stock-substitution strategies have been curbed by the uptick in volatility, but here are some ways to play the changing market dynamic.
Jim Cramer ponders how skeptical this market is and why it seems so hard to get back to even.
While we didn't add any new names this week, we did use recent weakness in AT&T shares to build that position further.
Banking stocks were in focus, after Wells Fargo, Citigroup and J.P. Morgan reported earnings on Friday.
An analysis of the data and what it means for the portfolio.
Piper Jaffray analysts upgraded Under Armour. It's possible the stock could make a comeback, Cramer says.
Both senior and junior growth stocks are doing nothing but letting us down.
Nike (NKE) won't remain complacent for long in the face of competition from Under Armour (UA) and Adidas (ADDYY), Susquehanna says.
NKE looks to be heading down to the $45 to $40 area.
In the first week of the fourth quarter we continued our strategy of using stock-specific weakness to grow positions while improving our cost basis by adding to 2 names.
We examine two well-known clothing stocks and determine which is the smarter investment as the holiday season gets underway.
NIKE, Inc. (NYSE:NKE) announced today that Tom Peddie becomes the new VP, GM of North America, succeeding Joaquin Hidalgo, who has served in this role since July 2013 and will be taking a leave of absence to focus on his...
The private-equity backed golf retailer wins approval of bidding procedures for its assets as it awaits a hearing on a restructuring support agreement.
We are buying more shares of CVS Health and Nike at attractive levels.
Nike's (NKE) 'long-term global secular growth story remains intact,' Citi said on Wednesday.
Jim Cramer ponders how oil and math don't mix, and the fate of Wells Fargo's Stumpf.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass tells us about Nike's fall from grace and several reasons to go after J.C. Penney.
As we close out September and the third quarter we have ample 'fire power' to continue improving the cost basis of current holdings and initiate new positions.
Nike's (NKE) revenue growth will re-accelerate in the second half of 2017, Guggenheim said.
Novo is 'not yet screamingly cheap, but it is certainly approaching great value.'
Deutsche Bank's problems have investors worried about another Lehman failure, Cramer says.
Nike (NKE) could face pressure next month when Adidas' (ADDYY) new CEO Kasper Rorsted assumes his role at the rival retailer.
PGA of America CEO Peter Bevacqua commented on the importance of a U.S.-based Ryder Cup.