The No. 2 U.S. sportswear maker reported its slowest quarterly sales growth in six years, hurt by slowing growth in North America.
GE, Honeywell and Coach are making headlines on Friday to wrap up the trading week.
UnitedHealth, Johnson & Johnson and Under Armour are making headlines this Tuesday morning before the opening bell.
Richard Hunter, head of research at Wilson King Investment Management, comments on luxury fashion brand Burberry and how it may benefit from weak sterling.
CNBC's Becky Quick sits down with Spanx founder and CEO Sara Blakely to talk about her next project - "The Belly Art Project."
Melania Trump, a former model wore a fuchsia "Pussy Bow" blouse at Sunday night's debate.
Goldman Sachs reaffirms its buy rating on Ralph Lauren and adds the company to its Americas conviction buy list.
Dubbed the "Sneaker Don", Benjamin Kapelushnik is only 16, but his self-made sneaker business is on its way to $1 million this year.
Jay Sole, Morgan Stanley apparel analyst, discusses Nike's earnings report and how the sports giant's competitors are quickly gaining ground.
Nike, Wells Fargo and BlackBerry are making headlines this Wednesday morning before the opening bell.
Tom Patterson, Tommy John founder & CEO, discusses how his company is fending off competition in traditional men's undershirts.
The company's worldwide future orders grew slower than analysts had expected.
Customers of the brand buy products more frequently and also spend more than the average lingerie shopper.
Federica Marchionni helped begin the company's transformation as a global lifestyle brand.
The department store chain will let loyal customers buy items using a mobile app.
Finish Line, Twitter and Wal-Mart are making headlines this Friday to end the trading week.
The rapper's latest Adidas sneakers will be released into the world this Saturday.
Kanye West's latest pair of kicks drop this weekend and judging by previous releases, more blockbuster sales are expected.
The self-lacing HyperAdapt 1.0 sneakers are scheduled to hit shelves in select US stores after Thanksgiving.
Morgan Stanley said it downgraded the stock because the company's slowdown is due to longer-lasting issues, not temporary ones.