Even as coronavirus has shut down the sports world and most retail chains, Nike is having a good week, while Adidas and UA are struggling.
Specialty chemicals company Lubrizol and Nike are collaborating to produce full-face shields and lenses for powered air-purifying respirators. They are donating the products to hospitals in U. S. cities as part of an effort to protect frontline medical workers battling the COVID-19 pandemic.
NIKE, Inc. (NYSE: NKE) announced senior leadership changes to continue accelerating growth in its flagship market. Effective June 1, Nike veteran Ann
Nike Inc’s (NYSE: NKE) 10-Q filing revealed that 95% of company-owned and partner stores have reopen in China and the company experienced an increase in retail traffic on a. . .
Talk about limited edition Nikes. The sneaker juggernaut is using materials from one of its best-selling shoes to make face masks for medical workers. The company — in collaboration with health pro…
The sportswear giant unveiled the new strip earlier this year and announced the launch of the fetching collection which will catch the attention of football kit enthusiasts
NIKE had incomplete sequences in the cycle from the 01/21 peak, targeting 74. 47-61. 76 area. We advised members to keep on selling the rallies
Nike's stores might be temporarily shut due to COVID-19, but the sportswear giant is getting more people to sweat during stressful times.
Nike Inc. shoppers who couldn’t get to stores that were shuttered by the coronavirus pandemic flocked to e-commerce channels during the fiscal third quarter.
Nike Inc (NYSE: NKE) reported fiscal third-quarter results that came in better than expected and prompted a rally in the stock. Here is a summary of how some of the Street. . .
Nike shares soared as much as 11% after online-order growth helped sales vault past Wall Street estimates, laying out a blueprint for how the sportswear giant could cope with the coronavirus pandemic worldwide.