Sports authority

Clusterstock  Jun 20  Comment 
(Reuters) - British retailer Sports Direct and New York City-based Modell's Sporting Goods are in talks for a potential deal to buy as many as 200 stores of bankrupt retailer Sports Authority, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday, citing...
Benzinga  Jun 20  Comment 
Wunderlich’s Rommel Dionisio mentioned Escalade, Inc. (NASDAQ: ESCA) faces near-term challenges due to the recent bankruptcies of major sporting goods retailers, including Sports Authority and Sport Chalet. Dionisio maintained a Buy rating...
Clusterstock  Jun 15  Comment 
It could get ugly in the US economy before long. While everyone has been distracted by the strong labor market and the decent consumption, the real breakdown in the US economy has been coming from the corporate sector, which is what Paul...
Clusterstock  Jun 8  Comment 
Syria's civil war has destroyed its economy 'for years to come' Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: All 460 Sports Authority stores are closing — here’s when clearance sales begin
Motley Fool  Jun 8  Comment 
A number of big-name retailers are getting smaller as they try to find a way to succeed in an increasingly online world.
Clusterstock  Jun 8  Comment 
Stock market crashes are sudden, scary, and surprisingly common. According to Christian Mueller-Glissmann, a strategist at Goldman Sachs, crashes of at least 20% are incredibly painful because of their rapid pace and long recovery times,...
Benzinga  Jun 1  Comment 
Jefferies said The Sports Authority bankruptcy is a "minor near-term headwind" for Under Armour Inc (NYSE: UA), which slashed its 2016 outlook after Sports Authority's move to liquidate instead of restructure. Under Armour said 2016 revenue...
Wall Street Journal  May 31  Comment 
Under Armour Inc. cut its sales outlook for the year, citing the bankruptcy of Sports Authority.


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As the #2 US sporting goods chain by sales, after Dick's Sporting Goods (DKS), The Sports Authority sells sports equipment, general merchandise, shoes, bikes, and apparel, with a focus on premium brands. The company's 2003 merger with Gart Sports (owner of the Sportmart and Oshman's chains) marked a major consolidation in the sporting goods retail industry with the merged company coming out on top. Senior managers of The Sports Authority together with an investor group led by Leonard Green & Partners took the company private in 2006. [1]

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