Both retailers are competing in a market that demands a bigger online presence, so which business can sustain better long-term growth?
Lululemon’s earnings call on Tuesday could lend credence to its wonderful run in 2020, even despite closures.
As more and more consumers transition from the gym to the home, these 2 sports stocks are beginning to challenge Nike’s subscription dominance.
The luxury sports apparel brand has experienced impressive online sales since the pandemic started, despite a slump in overall purchases.
Not content with sitting in Nike’s shadow any longer, Lululemon’s clever, albeit unusual acquisition of Mirror could take its stock to a new level
This top performing athletic wear brand knows how to keep customers and employees very satisfied.
The coronavirus has forced a number of retailers to close their doors, but consumers aren’t slowing down when it comes to keeping fit.
Competition drives people and, in turn, drives businesses. These are 2 sets of competitors, young and old, battling it out for market share.
Many retail stocks are at a low price due to the coronavirus outbreak, but despite closing shops, they are a great buy!
A luxury apparel brand has recorded more than a 90% jump in its stock in 2019, but can it catch up to its competitors?