June 28, 2022
Dozens of companies have come out in the aftermath of the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade reversal promising coverage of abortion and related travel expenses, including top sporting goods industry players.
The high-end Japanese golf brand said profits more than tripled to ¥6,191.2 million ($53.3 mm) for the year ended Mar. 31 from ¥1,859.1 million last year, as sales jumped 27% to ¥28,971.1 million ($249.3 mm) from ¥22,735.1 million.
Net income at the Japanese retailer was up 5% to ¥1,349 million ($11.6 mm) for the nine months ended May 31 from ¥1,286 million last year, on 7% lower revenues of ¥44,049 million ($379.1 mm) down from ¥47,202 million.
The U.K.-based running, hiking and fitness brand is hiring Mike Snell, the commercial director of supermarket chain Asda, as its new CEO effective this October.
Burton named Wakeling GM of its Anon ski and snowboard helmet, goggle and sunglass brand, promoting him from business unit director, a position he’d held since 2018.
Nautilus filed suit against Vevor Corp., and a variety of affiliated suppliers and sellers in central CA district court, accusing them of infringing on its Bowflex brand SelectTech adjustable dumbbells.