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Upscale shoppers and bargain hunters have one thing in common despite their economic difference — high gas prices aren't putting a dent in their shopping despite what some surveys have said.
When the 13th seeded Ohio Bobcats take on North Carolina tonight in the NCAA Tournament, the team is also playing the underdog role for its apparel sponsor, Russell Athletic.
With the NCAA men's basketball tournament field finally set, it's time to break down the bracket in our own unique way.
Athletic-shoe and apparel companies such as Adidas and Nike are already competing over who can wear their companies’ logos on their uniforms standing on the Olympics medals podium. That sort of brand recognition earns gold in the form of higher sales for years to come.
Here is the "Mad Money" host's "Game Plan" for the week of Monday, March 5.
Jim Cramer’s researcher, Nicole Urken, highlights a "Mad Money" theme to look out for throughout 2012—how innovation is a key driver for names across sectors.
Why the "Mad Money" host is monitoring these companies in particular on Thursday.
Under Armour may be a few points off its 52-week high, but the “Mad Money” host is still a buyer.
Mad Money's Jim Cramer explains why he thinks of serial innovator, Under Armour as a new tech company.
The “Mad Money” host is watching earnings reports from Priceline.com, Foot Locker, Domino’s Pizza and others.
Brick-and-mortar retailers in electronics and home furnishings face growing pressure as online giant Amazon grows in those areas.
On and off the field, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has all the markings of a perfect endorser. He's a winner, he's got the crossover good looks and plenty of confidence. Eli Manning? Winner, sure. But beyond that the younger Manning doesn't exactly compete with Brady for national attention in the advertising world.
Shares of the following companies are showing unusual moves in Tuesday's trading session.
Stifel Nicolaus Managing Director Jim Duffy told CNBC Thursday he is not concerned that Under Armour has cuts its 2012 sales growth outlook.
Under Armour is cutting its 2012 outlook for sales growth, blaming the mild winter for melting demand for its winter products, with James Duffy, Stifel Nicolaus.
Shares of the following companies are showing unusual moves in Monday's trading session.
I love it when analysts veer from the pack for non-valuation reasons. That’s just what Jefferies analyst Taposh Bari did with his report Wednesday on Under Armour.
Jim Cramer’s researcher, Nicole Urken, takes a look at why it is just too tough to come into JC Penney right here.
Nielsen has compiled the top programs with product placement, and the following is a list ranked by number of product placement occurrences in 2011.
Should college players get paid for their jersey sales? NCAA president Mark Emmert says no. But the top-selling jersey list suggests they deserve to get a cut.