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The Economic Times  Jun 15  Comment 
The university has decided not to give any more space to other government agencies. In fact, it refused to grant ten additional acres to the Sports Authority of India.
Forbes  May 17  Comment 
The build-up of debt on US non-financial corporate balance sheets represents one of the largest risks to market stability and future economic growth.
Forbes  Mar 9  Comment 
Despite a major bankruptcy in Sports Authority, the sports manufacturing industry showed growth, led by companies like Nike, Under Armour and Lululemon, and despite losses for sports like golf and tennis.
Benzinga  Mar 8  Comment 
Investors weren't wrong in their thinking that the closure of The Sports Authority and Golfsmith would benefit some of the sporting goods retailers remaining in the game, such as Dicks Sporting Goods Inc (NYSE: DKS). In fact, as noted by...
Forbes  Jan 31  Comment 
Under Armour is plunging over 20% to approximately $18.90 this morning after the company missed its earnings and sales estimates for the fourth quarter, while also announcing that its chief financial officer is leaving.
MarketWatch  Jan 30  Comment 
Goldman Sachs has upgraded Dick's Sporting Goods Inc. and Hibbett Sports Inc. on market share gains from The Sports Authority bankruptcy. Dick's was moved to buy from neutral, though its price target remains at $62. And Hibbett was moved to...
Forbes  Nov 30  Comment 
As an investor you should be asking every underperforming company, “why aren’t you designing, making, and selling products that people actually want so that they come into the store and buy?”
Forbes  Nov 1  Comment 
Its stock is up almost 70% this year.
Forbes  Oct 27  Comment 
DENVER, CO - OCTOBER 24: Outside linebacker Whitney Mercilus #59 of the Houston Texans hits running back Devontae Booker #23 of the Denver Broncos in the fourth quarter of the game at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on October 24, 2016 in...


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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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