July 16, 2021
The 77 highest paid executives at public sporting goods retailers saw their total compensation grow by 12% last year, for those with comparable earnings in both years, to an overall average of $2,659,167 compared to $2,577,750 in 2019.
The Big Cat’s second quarter revenues increased by 96% to €1,589 million ($1,914 mm) from last year’s €831 million and were up by 30% from Q2, 2019’s €1,227 million.
The bottom line swung back to a positive €18.1 million ($21.8 mm) for the first half against last year’s loss of €3.8 million, on sales that were up 36% to €159.6 million ($192.3 mm) from €117.1 million.
Handgun imports increased 50% to 452,378 units for the month, including a 47% gain in pistols to 423,166 units and a 108% jump in revolvers to 29,212 units, the NSSF reported, citing ITC data.
The bill creates a presumption that all products manufactured in China’s Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region are made with forced labor, shifting the burden to importers to prove their goods do not violate the 1930 Tariff Act.