Sports Authority is hoping to end years of what Moody's described as "inconsistent" operating performance.
Jim Cramer gives his opinion of caller favorite stocks at lightning speed, including the right way to play Alibaba now.
Golf superstar Jordan Spieth may have cost Under Armour investors $120 million on Monday.
Novak Djokovic is the bookmakers' favorite to win Wimbledon this year, but home-grown Andy Murray could be the winner for brands looking for a marketing boost.
Nike, the world's largest sports shoe company, said Chairman and co-founder Phil Knight would step down next year.
Jim Cramer sees that while Micron is sinking, Nike could run higher. But how the heck are the two related?
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains how Nike was able to beat analysts' estimates so handily.
Nike delivered quarterly earnings and revenue that topped analysts' expectations on Thursday.
Golfer Jordan Spieth says he was "really fortunate" to win the U.S. Open after Dustin Johnson collapsed on the final hole.
As Apple Watch sales ramp up and Fitbit's IPO generates buzz, Pebble has a trick up its sleeve. Its new watch is now selling at Bestbuy.com.
Shares of Fitbit opened 52 percent above their IPO price, putting it on track to rank among the top 10 stock market debuts of the year.
Billionaire buy-and-hold investor Ron Baron tells CNBC he's betting on explosive growth for Tesla and big things from Manchester United.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
Under Armour's board of directors unanimously approved a measure to create this new, non-voting class of public stock.
Stock buybacks have been great to investors, but there comes a time to focus on companies spending money on R&D, and that time is now.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Monday: Gap, IMAX, Cigna & more.
These nine retailers are trying to reposition their brands in an effort to boost sales.
A new Nielsen study looks at the consumer purchasing behaviors of LeBron James and Stephen Curry fans.
Alibaba Chairman Jack Ma says he wants small businesses and entrepreneurs to sell products on the Alibaba platform to Chinese consumers.