July 23- Sports apparel retailer Under Armour Inc's quarterly revenue rose by more than a third as warmer weather in May and June drove demand for sports apparel and shoes. The company's net profit rose marginally to $17.7 million, or 8 cents per share, in the second quarter ended June 30, from $17.6 million, or 8 cents per share, a year earlier.» Read More
John McCarvel, Crocs president & CEO, reveals his company's comeback strategy to move beyond its core footwear product and introduce 300 year-round styles.
Kevin Plank, Under Armour chairman, president and CEO, and New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady discuss the company's newest endorsement deal and its strategy to expand its brand.
Attention, busy brides-to-be, you can now add wedding gown to your Target shopping carts since the discount retailer has become the the latest retailer to move into the increasingly crowded space.
Guess shares surged more than 9 percent Friday following better-than-expected profit despite a significant decline from a year earlier, reports TheSteet.com.
JC Penney has proven to be the "most surprising stock" because it is not down more than 10 percent since the start of the year. What to make of the stock's moves, with CNBC's Herb Greenberg and Jan Kniffen, J Rogers Kniffen.
Some teen retailers have failed to turn demand into profit, reports CNBC's Courtney Reagan.
The U.K. will have the highest online retail sales of any country by 2018 as a greater number of shoppers shun the High Street, forcing the closure of one in five shops over the next five years.
Same-store sales dropped at Abercrombie & Fitch in its first quarter. Stacey Widlitz of S.W. Retail Advisors, discusses how to play the stock, and Sapna Maheshwari of BuzzFeed explains her claim that top Abercrombie execs are concerned about its CEO's power within the company.
Herbert Hainer, CEO of Adidas, tells CNBC how they are helping to grow soccer in the United States in partnership with Major League Soccer.
Faye Landes, senior retail analyst at Cowen, tells CNBC that expectations for Ralph Lauren continues to be very bullish.
While 94 percent of the companies in the Standard & Poor's 500 Index have already reported quarterly earnings, this week remains a key week for the retail industry with 24 retailers reporting earnings—12 of which are S&P 500 components.
British luxury group Burberry posted a 14 percent rise in full-year pretax profit and said profit for the first half of its new fiscal year would be below last year's as it reduces its wholesale business in favor of retail markets.
CNBC's Bertha Coombs reports on Urban Outfitters' Q1 earnings data.
Rick Snyder, retail specialist at Maxim Group, tells CNBC that Macy's should offer a very good performance with a 58 cent quarter.
As the popularity of yoga grows, so does the need for yoga attire with larger waistlines. Brands are finding there is demand for plus-sized yoga apparel.
It's good to remember that some turnarounds have happy endings. For retailer Gap, the current outcome is a positive one as investors are again falling into the Gap.
Stanley Thai, Founder and Executive Chairman of Supermax tells CNBC how he built the world's second largest glove maker.
The San Francisco 49ers and Levi Strauss have reached an agreement for a $220 million, 20-year naming rights deal for the team's future stadium in Santa Clara, Calif.
Is Abercrombie's customer base shrinking? Jan Kniffen, Worldwide Enterprises CEO and Robin Lewis, The Robin Report CEO, the future of Abercrombie & Fitch and JC Penney.
Richard Perks, director of retail research at Mintel International, tells CNBC that confidence among consumers has been on a very slow long-term upwards trend for about two years.