February 08, 2017
The latest casualty of the nation’s political mood is Under Armour, which ignited a Twitter storm of calls for a boycott after CEO Kevin Plank praised the business policies of President Trump in an interview on CNBC.
OIA executive director Amy Roberts released a statement saying that concerns she expressed about Utah’s decision to push back against President Obama’s Bears Ears National Monument designation was dismissed as a media furor.
The National Federation of State High School Association raised the fee for authentication to $0.50 per ball from $0.35.
The high-end outerwear maker has filed confidentially with the SEC to go public in both New York and Toronto, Bloomberg reported, citing inside sources.
The Italian company’s operating profit grew last year at a single-digit rate on sales of €335 million, up 10% from 2014 on a comparable basis, excluding the divested Dolomite business.
The Norwegian outerwear brand signed the GAEA Group in Canada to distribute its products in North America.
Lifetime says that Spalding and Reliable Sports Equipment are infringing on its backboard patents no. 7,749,111, no. 8,845,463, and no. 8,852,034.
The new leader of the Dutch-owned action sports brand is a veteran of Under Armour most recently, with stints at Li-Ning, Nike and Adidas previously.