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Under Armour did post better than expected financial results for the second quarter, but that wasn't enough for investors.
Under Armour, once considered a growth stock, is at a crossroads.
Soon enough, we'll know where the demand lies.
Jim Cramer is bullish on Charles Schwab and SAP, but prefers Nike to Under Armour.
Jim Cramer says some old-line companies are surprising us with good news, and their revival is what's behind a lot of these rallies.
Hibbett lowered its second quarter same store sales and earnings expectations.
The Arris 2.0 women's collection was completed from design to prototyping to production in just four months.
The rapper could boost Under Armour's 'lifestyle product initiative' if they ink a deal with him.
A look at Jim Cramer's thoughts on stocks of interest to "Mad Money" viewers.
Earnings and Fed speakers are on tap in the next few days.
The company is set to report second quarter earnings July 25.
A vote on the deal is likely to come this week, according to news outlet CTFN.
New COO Patrik Frisk will start on July 10.
Nike signed 4 of the top 10 draft picks from the 2017 NBA draft.
ETFs are on pace to purchase $380 billion in stock this year.
Costco's stock may be oversold.
Kalanick could use some of Dimon's counseling.
Current CEO Wick Moorman will then take on an advisory role at the company.
Apple CEO Tim Cook says that customers using both companies products are more secure.
Barclays: Even bearish earnings forecasts support an optimistic outlook for the changing company.
The revised guidance is based on a 1-point increase in its gross profit outlook driven by the sales of flash memory chips and enterprise-class hard drives.
Berkshire invested $377 million in the company.
The decision paves the way for the case to head to the Supreme Court to resolve the matter.
The increase in the charge is due to additional costs associated with the deal.
Hertz shares jumped earlier in the day following reports that rival Avis Budget was partnering with Alphabet.
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