Kroger and Dollar General are among the companies reporting as the holiday shopping season picks up.
This once-trendy name is facing headwinds, and it will struggle as it continues to mature.
The company says it is 'celebrating failure' with a patched-up version of the bottoms called the 'Second Chance Pant.'
The yoga clothing company's latest comments spark outrage and reveal a rotten core.
Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank told investors that sales of women's products currently make up 30 percent of the Baltimore-based company's business.
The stock has risen nearly 40% this year despite brutal economic conditions in the all-important markets of Europe and China. Is the price too high?
The bad news about its sheer yoga pants continues, meaning investors should steer clear of the trendy apparel maker.
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The offering could become the second-biggest this year if underwriters exercise an option to buy more shares.
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