LONDON, Oct 29- Britain's No.2 clothing retailer Next Plc cut its profit guidance after an unusually warm autumn left its coats, scarves and jumpers stuck on shop shelves, sending an ominous sign to rivals ahead of the Christmas season. Shares in Next fell as much as 4.4 percent, dragging down rivals Marks& Spencer and Debenhams as the company spelt out the impact on...» Read More
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CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports Lululemon's CEO Christine Day will step down.
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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.