A few companies appear likely to dole out payments before year end, the CNBC “Fast Money” pros said Tuesday.
Black Friday bargains aside, uncertain economic times have launched consumers on a never ending quest for “great value on great products”, the president and CEO of Tanger Factory Outlet Centers told CNBC Friday.
There are 38 companies in the S&P 500 index that have not moved more than 2 percent positive or negative year-to-date.
Heading into Black Friday, these retailer stocks present bargains for investors, the “Fast Money” pros said Wednesday on CNBC.
Jim Cramer explains why he is watching Nike, Under Armour, and Cabela's.
*Seoul concerned about recent volatility of won exchange rate. MEXICO CITY, Nov 4- South Korea will not hit its 2012 GDP target of 3.3 percent growth after three slow quarters, but expects recent stimulus measures to drive a modest rebound in the fourth quarter, Finance Minister Bahk Jae- wan said on Sunday.
WASHINGTON, Nov 2- Around the time of the 2008 global financial meltdown, consumer products giant Unilever decided to make a dramatic shift in strategy, away from meeting investors' quarterly expectations to a long-range plan that treads lightly on the environment and supports social goals.
Smart money pros are making a big mistake as they put money to work. Are you about to make the same mistake, too?
Cramer makes the call on viewer favorites.
FRANKFURT, Oct 24- Adidas may be able to sell its Adizero Primeknit running shoe in Germany from next month after a court ruled a temporary injunction brought by rival Nike cannot be sustained. Nike filed for the injunction last month, halting the sale and production of the Adidas product, arguing the shoe was a copy of its Flyknit sneaker, launched in February.
Oct 24- Iconix Brand Group Inc will buy the Umbro sneaker brand from Nike Inc for $225 million, the companies said on Wednesday. Nike, the world's largest athletic footwear company, said in May that it planned to sell Umbro and Cole Haan to sharpen its focus on its Nike, Jordan, Converse and Hurley brands.
CHEYENNE, Wyo.-- Wyoming's unemployment rate fell to 5.4 percent in September. Sublette County reported the state's lowest jobless rate last month at 3 percent, followed by Niobrara County at 3.2 percent, Converse at 3.6 percent and Campbell and Albany both at 3.7 percent.
NEW YORK-- THE SALE: Nike has found a buyer for its Umbro brand, known for its soccer jerseys, in Iconix Brand Group Inc. The clothing licensing company is purchasing Umbro for $225 million. SHEDDING ASSETS: Nike Inc. said in May that it planned to sell the Umbro and Cole Haan brands to cut costs and focus on its namesake brand, along with Jordan, Converse and Hurley.
In a story about athletes and corporate endorsements, The Associated Press erroneously described an endorsement by Gabrielle Douglas, the Olympic gymnast. Nike forgave Tiger Woods after he apologized for cheating on his wife.
Is Armstrong, the man, the god of cycling, resigned to disgrace in the public eye? Possibly. But not necessarily.
THE HAGUE, Netherlands-- Dutch bank Rabobank is ending its long sponsorship of professional cycling, saying "the trust in the cycling world has gone" following the publication of the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency's report on Lance Armstrong. The bank said Friday it will halt sponsorship of its men's and women's professional teams at the end of 2012 after 17 years.
PUTTING ITS FOOT DOWN: Nike Inc. has stood by athletes through a number of scandals over the years, but this week it became the first company to sever ties with Armstrong in the wake of allegations that he used illegal drugs to boost his performance.
NEW YORK-- Nike forgave Tiger Woods after his infidelity was exposed. It welcomed back Michael Vick once he served time for illegal dog-fighting. At least five other companies followed Nike's lead, highlighting the tricky relationship that evolves when marketers sign multimillion-dollar deals for celebrity and athletes to endorse their products.
After several sponsors dropped Lance Armstrong, some brand experts wondered if his cancer-fighting charity, Livestrong, would survive.
This is a look at companies that have re-examined their relationship with the cyclist in light of the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency's decision to ban him for life from the sport based on evidence he used performance-enhancing drugs to win the Tour de France:.