Despite better-than-expected Q2 performance, skeptical investors have been selling off the firm’s stock.
The company had a few hits and misses.
Gaga — an avid Hillary Clinton supporter — has been wearing T-shirts with messages following Clinton’s loss to Donald Trump.
The firm posted third-quarter results that topped forecasts across the board.
“This is going to be our president and we all have to embrace it. I hope it becomes a unifying moment for America,” UA CEO Kevin Plank told FN.
DSW executives said that the company was restructuring and identified $25 million in potential savings.
“The stellar financial performance in the second quarter is proof positive that our strategy is paying off,” said CEO Herbert Hainer.
Fashion designers overwhelmingly were in favor of remaining in the European Union, and have since taken to social media to share their thoughts.
A judge handed down mixed results for Converse Thursday, after the company sued 31 competitors for “copying” elements of its Chuck Taylor style.
As Trump and Clinton pull away from the pack, industry experts see renewed urgency for TPP passage.