Some of the women on the MyWallSt team share their experiences about investing and opinions on why there are so few female investors.
When the titan of trainers announces its earnings, people take notice, so what can investors expect from Nike’s quarterly report?
Earnings season isn’t over just yet, with Coupa Software, CrowdStrike, FedEx, Nike, and Smartsheet all reporting this week.
Nike’s share price has soared since it announced first-quarter results in September, but 2020 has not been a smooth ride.
Under Armour is looking to boost sales and make Nike sweat, by building a Michael Jordan-like brand around NBA star Steph Curry.
As Peloton continues to grow, digital fitness has become a battleground for several big players, but can anyone claim top spot?
Despite ongoing economic disruption stemming from the coronavirus pandemic, the athletic giant has managed to keep a competitive advantage over its peers.
Nike’s fiscal first-quarter report saw its stock jump 13% after-hours as digital sales soar 82% following an impressive rebound in China.
The COVID-19 pandemic has supercharged online sales, with a number of companies exceeding expectations and seeing their profits soar.
As more and more consumers transition from the gym to the home, these 2 sports stocks are beginning to challenge Nike’s subscription dominance.