There has been some musical chairs among the second-, third- and fourth-ranked power players, but Nike has held tight to its No. 1 spot.
The sporting-goods retailer reported a decline in profits and comparable-store sales, while EPS remained flat year-over-year in Q1.
The New York-based athletic footwear and apparel retailer finished its first quarter with gains in profits, sales and comparable-store sales.
Companies with sizeable golf divisions continue to report a drag due to the faltering sport—once the hottest ticket in town with Tiger Woods leading the charge.
Another group of footwear heavy hitters is set to report their financials. FN brings you the lowdown on how they performed last quarter and what you can expect ahead.
CrossFit creator, Greg Glassman, said he’d like to see Reebok sold to “someone young and fresh.”
McCarthy joined the company in August 2013 and his departure was effective Monday, May 4.
FN caught up with a few analysts to bring you the inside scoop on Under Armour Inc. and Skechers USA Inc.’s first-quarter results.
In addition to this week’s earnings chatter, Target Corp. announced a settlement with MasterCard over the retailer’s data breach, and Nike might have an NBA deal in the works.