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How businesses are planning to bring workers back after coronavirus

At some point, the biggest American companies are going to tell their employees it’s time to leave home and return to work.  That decision will be fraught with risk without widespread testing for the COVID-19 virus. For some industries, such as Wall Street banks, ubiquitous testing is essential to bringing back their workforce to offices …

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Nike gets more exercise app users, and it’s driving online sales

Nike‘s stores might be temporarily shut due to COVID-19, but the sportswear giant is getting more people to sweat during stressful times. With many gyms like Equinox shut down, people are turning to its apps, and that is helping boost its e-commerce business.  “During a time of adversity around the globe, we’ve had to adjust …

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At least 150 companies have warned investors

David Paul Morris | Bloomberg | Getty Images About 150 publicly traded companies have warned investors of the threat COVID-19 poses, with several anticipating they’ll miss guidance for the March quarter.  The new coronavirus was first discovered in December in China. At first, several companies had to suspend their supply chains or temporarily close brick-and-mortar …

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Under Armour ‘lost it many years ago’

The founder of leggings maker Lululemon thinks the market for athletic apparel today is a four-way race between Nike, Adidas, Lululemon and Chinese apparel manufacturer Anta Sports. Notice what company isn’t on that list? Under Armour. “I think Under Armour kind of lost it many years ago,” Lululemon founder Chip Wilson, who is no longer …

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Mavericks player Doncic signs Nike deal to endorse Air Jordan line

Luka Doncic #77 of the Dallas Mavericks warms up before the game against the Toronto Raptors on December 22, 2019 at the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Mark Blinch / NBAE / Getty Images Twenty-year-old Dallas Mavericks player Luka Doncic, who is originally from Slovenia, grew up admiring Michael Jordan — as many do. …

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Colin Kaepernick’s new Nike shoe sells out on the first day

Force 1 x Colin Kaepernick shoe. Nike Nike’s new “True to 7” shoe with former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick has already sold out on the first day of its North American release, according to the company’s website. “This Air Force 1 season, Nike partnered with a collective of collaborators to design an AF1 that connects …

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Nike’s stock is at record levels and has room to run

Nike‘s stock notched a record high on Friday, and it can go higher still, UBS analyst Jay Sole told CNBC on Friday. Shares of the Beaverton, Oregon-based company hit $101.40 intraday Friday, boosted by quarterly earnings and sales released after the bell Thursday that beat analysts’ expectations. It closed Friday down 1.1% at $99.96 but …

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Lululemon (LULU) reports fiscal Q3 2019 earnings beat

Pedestrians seen walking past Canadian athletic apparel retailer Lululemon in Shanghai. Alex Tai | SOPA Images | LightRocket | Getty Images Lululemon on Wednesday reported quarterly earnings and sales that topped analysts’ estimates, as more shoppers around the world picked up its yoga pants and sports bras. And its men’s business continued to grow. But …

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The direct-to-consumer strategy is making a run at Amazon’s throne

As the shopping holiday gets into full swing, direct-to-consumer (DTC) brands are making a run at Amazon‘s ecommerce dominance, thanks in part to an ecosystem of companies powering big brands like Warby Parker, Allbirds and Glossier. It’s creating a flywheel that handles every step of the ecommerce process from shipping to returns and even one-day …

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