PORTLAND, Ore.— The anonymous donor that gave $100 million to Oregon Health& Science University last month has been revealed as Columbia Sportswear chairwoman Gert Boyle, and the donation was made to honor her late sister.
Following strong performance in cold-weather offerings at VF Corp. and Under Armour, analysts are betting on brands that focus on keeping people warm.
NEW YORK-- Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Friday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:. Arch Coal Inc., up 78 cents at $8.09. Goodyear Tire& Rubber Co., down $1.28 at $11.02.
PORTLAND, Ore.-- Outdoor clothing maker Columbia Sportswear Co. said Thursday its third-quarter net income fell 5 percent, hurt by weakness in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
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Columbia Sportswear just reported a stellar quarter last night, with Mad Money host Jim Cramer, and Tim Boyle, President and CEO of Columbia Sportswear.
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Q: On Fast Money’s trader radar we look at the stock that was lighting up screens across Wall Street. Founded as a hat distributor in 1938 this Portland, Oregon based company now makes sportswear. Today the stock took a hit after a Citigroup analyst said stores would be cutting back on their offerings for gear used in summer camping and fishing. Who is it?