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Two analysts weighed in on Nike's recent woes, with both pointing out that Adidas is taking some of Nike's market share.
Cramer explains why the analysts on Wall Street have it wrong about Apple's iPhone, and also points out that retail isn't going away, just somewhere new.
Under Armour's partnership with A$AP Rocky goes beyond footwear and sportswear.
New Facility Will Accelerate the Design Process by Connecting Designers and Developers with Performance Analytics in Real-Time
Those who can handle one less trip to the mall each month will make it.
Just because they're not in an index doesn't mean they can't be winners.
Nike has turned on the 'scientific jets,' Cramer said, relying on innovation and personalization to help it navigate the tough retail environment. It's one reason shares are up 5.5% on the year vs. down 40% like Under Armour.
Microsoft and Google stand to benefit if Walmart and Target shun Amazon Web Services. But the impact could be limited.
Get out of LULU before it reports earnings Thursday.
The end of the expensive sneaker is here.
The Finals MVP said kids prefer to play in Nike shoes.
The read-through for Nike and Under Armour is not good.
It's just no longer the opportunity on weakness it once was.
'Sneaker recession' a sign that the sporting-goods industry is slowing down?
It's time to pick up your game, UA!
The shoe just dropped for Foot Locker.
Some CEOs quit Trump's advisory councils before they were disbanded on Wednesday. Most waited until after.
Apple will makes donations to Southern Poverty Law Center and the Anti-Defamation League
President Donald Trump said in a tweet on Wednesday that he is ending both CEO advisory councils to him after several executives quit the groups.
Campbell's Morrison joins 3M's Thulin in quitting Trump's manufacturing council.
That whole corner-office-to-the-Oval-Office thing isn't working out particularly well for President Donald Trump, at least among his CEO peers.
Dick's Sporting Goods' weak results shed light on the death of a key trend.
CEOs exit President's Council after Charlottesville response
The problem for the pessimists is the same one that has plagued them since the election -- the price action is not cooperating.
CEO advisors to President Donald Trump largely remained on the sidelines in the wake of racist violence in Charlottesville, Va. over the weekend.
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