CNBC's Jane Wells reports on ongoing athletic shoe wars as the Golden State Warriors are set to field both Nike-sponsored Kevin Durant and Under Armour-sponsored Steph Curry.
There's a new arms race being waged in the sneaker industry: 3-D printing.
Tesla, Micron and Nike are making headlines this Friday morning on Wall Street.
Shipping firm EZ Worldwide Express cut ties with the fast-fashion retailer due to slowing sales.
Nike, Honeywell and Toyota are making headlines this Wednesday morning before the opening bell.
Matthew Boss, JPMorgan breaks down Nike's quarterly results and provides his outlook on the company. Nike needs to continue to show innovation, says Boss.
CNBC's Landon Dowdy takes a look at Nike's quarterly results as the athletic apparel giant struggles to outrun the competition.
Elizabeth Tan tried hard to avoid working for Heatwave Shoes, but "family is something that calls you back," she says.
As yoga continues to gain momentum globally, it is also giving rise to entrepreneurs in the "athleisure" space. CNBC's Akiko Fujita has more.
On the heels of a riveting NBA Finals game, CNBC's Jim Cramer thinks it may be time for Nike to score.
Tom Cridland thinks a British vote to leave the European Union could destroy his small clothing business.
Chip Wilson, Lululemon founder, shares his concerns with CNBC's Jim Cramer about the way the company is run and why he is going after the board.
Urban Outfitters, Tesla and H&R Block are making headlines this morning before the opening bell.
The sports apparel giant says it will continue to sponsor the tennis star despite a two-year ban by the International Tennis Federation.
Discussing the outlook for Lululemon, and its mens versus womens businesses, with Susan Anderson, FBR Capital Markets, and Howard Tubin, Guggenheim Securities.
The yoga-wear maker posts a 5-percent drop in net profit due to higher costs.
Apple, Lululemon and Tesla are making headlines this Wednesday morning before the opening bell.
Canadian yoga-wear retailer Lululemon Athletica's quarterly profit fell 5 percent as costs rose.
Jan Kniffen, J. Rogers Kniffen Worldwide Enterprises CEO, and Liz Dunn, Talmage Advisors Founder & CEO, discuss the troubles surrounding Ralph Lauren and the brand's restructuring plan.
Company chief executive Stefan Larsson plans to reignite sales growth and turn the brand into a more 'nimble' organization.