Sports authority

Benzinga  Aug 18  Comment 
Forward View Consulting has maintained its Buy rating on Dicks Sporting Goods Inc (NYSE: DKS) after the company's second-quarter earnings surpassed the Street's view by $0.14 and raised its full-year outlook. The Good Forward View said the...
MarketWatch  Aug 18  Comment 
Dick's Sporting Goods Inc. was downgraded to neutral from buy at Goldman Sachs on concerns surrounding share gains the retailer will make following The Sports Authority's bankruptcy. Goldman Sachs removed Dick's from its Conviction List and...
Benzinga  Aug 17  Comment 
Citi maintains its Buy rating and raised target price by $10 to $68 on Dicks Sporting Goods Inc (NYSE: DKS) shares after solid second-quarter results driven by earlier-than-expected The Sports Authority (TSA) store closings and a strong outdoor...
Motley Fool  Aug 9  Comment 
Yes, the bankruptcy has hurt Under Armour's earnings this quarter, and probably this year. But long term, this will only be a small speed bump.
Motley Fool  Aug 9  Comment 
Some pop songs give good advice. For example, Macklemore loves his thrift store purchases -- and you should, too.
CNNMoney.com  Aug 3  Comment 
A bankruptcy judge had no sympathy when lawyers for Sports Authority asked that executives get multi-million dollar bonuses and the terms be sealed because they were getting "unpleasant emails" from workers who lost their jobs.
Reuters  Aug 3  Comment 
The Denver Broncos professional football team will acquire the naming rights to its Mile High Stadium from Sports Authority after the bankrupt U.S....
newratings.com  Aug 3  Comment 
WASHINGTON (dpa-AFX) - A U.S. bankruptcy judge has refused to allow Sports Authority to pay up to a combined $2.85 million in bonuses to four of its top executives. The sporting goods retailer's final stores closed just last weekend. In...
Clusterstock  Aug 2  Comment 
By Tom Hals WILMINGTON, Del. (Reuters) - A U.S. bankruptcy judge refused on Tuesday to allow Sports Authority to pay up to $2.85 million in bonuses to four executives for overseeing the winding down of the national sporting goods...
Motley Fool  Aug 1  Comment 
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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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