Uruguayan striker Luis Suarez left sponsor Adidas AG with a World Cup dilemma by appearing to bite an Italian opponent during yesterday’s game.
Morningstar Inc. has dropped coverage of Sears Holdings Corp., leaving only a handful of analysts following a company that was once the largest U.S. retail chain.
The golf industry is in the rough.
Collective Brands Inc., owner of the Payless ShoeSource chain, may lure private equity buyers as it trades at a 76 percent discount to its sales.
Under Armour Inc., the maker of sweat-wicking athletic apparel, fell the most in almost three weeks after forecasting sales that trailed some analysts’ estimates.
Dick’s Sporting Goods Inc. shares fell the most in more than a decade after weak sales of golfing and hunting gear crimped its profit forecast.
Nike Inc. wants to be to fitness apps what Apple is to digital music and Amazon is to online books.
J.C. Penney Co., which began reporting monthly sales figures last year to shine light on its turnaround effort, will abandon the practice this year as the comeback plan starts to takes hold.
J.C. Penney Co.’s new home department is like Technicolor Oz plunked down in black-and-white Kansas.
"Without Brazil, Nike would not be anywhere near as big as they are in soccer."
- Paul Swinand on Jul 07, 2014
Swinand Says Sears Operates `Like Army'