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  • Stephen Curry

    CNBC's Jim Cramer said on Wednesday that sportswear giant Nike is "far better" at picking players to sell product than Under Armour.

  • Power of endorsements: Pro

    Suan Anderson, FBR Capital Markets, shares her outlook on Under Armour as sneaker wars heat up in Asia.

  • Asia new front for global sneaker wars

    CNBC's Sara Eisen talks with Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank and the NBA's Steph Curry about growth opportunities in China as brands battle for consumers.

  • The superstar says her new collection was inspired by Japanese street culture.

  • Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors

    CNBC's Sara Eisen talks with NBA star Stephen Curry about why he sees Asia as a huge growth opportunity for basketball and the Under Armour brand.

  • Sneaker wars rage on in Asia

    CNBC's Sara Eisen talks to Kevin Plank, Under Armour CEO and the NBA's Stephen Curry about competing against established brands in Asia.

  • Under Armour CEO: Massive opportunities in China

    CNBC's Sara Eisen talks with Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank about growing the brand in Asia.

  • Colin Kaepernick jersey sales surge after protest

    San Francisco 49ers fans are buying Kaepernick jerseys in big numbers following his National Anthem protest.

  • Just a little more than a week ago, some people were burning Colin Kaepernick jerseys. Now, they're flying off the shelves.

  • Love Bonito (do not upload)

    Love, Bonito's CEO and millennial Rachel Lim shares why she dropped out of college to focus solely on her now successful online fashion retail business.

  • Stocks to Watch: September 2, 2016

    Lululemon, Smith & Wesson and Yum Brands are making headlines this Friday morning to wrap up the trading week.

  • People line up outside a Lululemon Athletica store in London.

    Lululemon Athletica reported comparable sales growth that fell short of analyst estimates, sending shares down nearly 9 percent.

  • Designer sells $600 'distressed' shoes

    Golden Goose's new line of 'Distressed Superstar Sneakers' made in Italy stirs controversy.

  • Aug 30- Retailer Gap Inc said on Tuesday that its distribution center in Fishkill, New York, had been hit by a serious fire. The clothing retailer owns a network of distribution centers in North America and England, including the affected facility, which spans over 8.6 million square feet, according to a regulatory filing. "The Fishkill distribution center is a...

  • Aug 30- Apparel retailer Gap Inc said there was a "serious" fire at its distribution center in Fishkill, New York, on Monday. All employees at the site were safe and an investigation was underway, Gap spokeswoman Debbie Felix said. "While it will take time to understand the full impact and cause of the fire, we have contingency plans in place and are working across our...

  • *Sales drop for 14th quarter in a row. *Q2 loss, comparable sales miss estimates. Aug 30- Teen apparel retailer Abercrombie& Fitch Co posted its 14th straight quarter of declining sales and said it no longer expects comparable sales to improve this year, highlighting its struggles to win back shoppers.

  • *Posts bigger-than-expected Q2 adj loss. Comparable sales down more than expected. Aug 30- Teen apparel retailer Abercrombie& Fitch Co posted a bigger-than-expected loss for the second quarter as efforts to win back shoppers through store remodeling and other measures failed to boost sales and are not expected to do so for the rest of the year.

  • Stocks to Watch: August 30, 2016

    Apple, Hershey and Abercrombie & Fitch are making headlines on Wall Street this Tuesday morning.

  • Aug 30- Teen apparel retailer Abercrombie& Fitch Co's sales dropped for the 14th straight quarter, hurt by lower traffic, including from tourists, at its flagship stores. The retailer's comparable sales at stores open at least a year fell a slightly steeper-than-expected 4 percent in the second quarter ended July 30. "Flagship and tourist locations continued to...

  • Aug 30- Teen apparel retailer Abercrombie& Fitch Co's sales dropped for the 14th straight quarter, hurt by lower traffic at its namesake stores. The company, which also owns the Hollister and abercrombie kids brands, said sales fell to $783.2 million in the second quarter ended July 30 from $817.8 million a year earlier. The net loss attributable to Abercrombie...