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Skechers Continues Hot Streak
Skechers USA Inc. reported earnings climbed 34.3 percent in the fourth quarter, to $29.4 million, or 19 cents a share. Revenues rose 26.8 percent to $722.7 million, boosted by accelerated international growth...(2/11/2016)
Reno Company Buys Second SUP Brand
LXV Outdoor of Reno, NV has emerged as the newest strategic buyer in the crowded stand-up paddleboard, or SUP, market with its second acquisition in the space in months...(2/11/2016)
Delta Apparel Back in the Black
Delta Apparel Inc. continues to face struggles with its Soffe brand but most of its other businesses saw renewed momentum in its fiscal first quarter. More encouragingly, the company’s efforts over the last several quarters to restructure operations and cut costs are boosting profitability...(2/9/2016)
Counterfeiting Probe Leads to Arrest at SIA Snow Show
A Chinese national was arrested on the floor of the SIA Snow Show Jan. 28 after showing counterfeit ski goggles to law enforcement officers participating in rare sting operation...(2/5/2016)
Callaway Golf’s Recovery Continues in Q4
Callaway Golf Inc. narrowed its loss in the fourth quarter to $30.5 million, or 33 cents a share, from $41.5 million, or 54 cents a year ago. Sales improved 13.9 percent to $153.3 million...(2/5/2016)
Deckers’ Holiday Sales Come up Short
Deckers Brands reported earnings in its third quarter, ended Dec. 31, came in slightly ahead of expectations but sales missed Wall Street's targets largely due to the warm weather's impact on Ugg's sales over the holiday selling season...(2/5/2016)
Report: Sports Authority Considering Bankruptcy
Sports Authority Inc. is preparing to file for bankruptcy as it faces a default on its debt, sources told Bloomberg. At the same time, the retailer is also working on a deal with bondholders to avoid the filing...
HanesBrands Q4 Hit by Warm Weather Woes
While delivering its third consecutive year of double-digit growth in both operating profit and EPS, HanesBrands ended the year on a sour note as fourth-quarter results were impacted by warm weather...(2/5/2016)