|Bid||66.13 x 100|
|Ask||66.47 x 100|
|Day's range||66.16 - 67.74|
|52-week range||50.35 - 70.25|
|PE ratio (TTM)||28.65|
|Earnings date||27 Jun 2018 - 2 Jul 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.80 (1.19%)|
|1y target est||71.27|
A fourth executive has left Nike Inc. , the Portland Business Journal reported on Thursday, as the company continues with a culture change aimed at creating a more diverse leadership. Greg Thompson, the company's vice president of footwear, left the company Thursday after decades at Nike, the paper reported. On Wednesday, The Wall Street Journal said that Vikrant Singh, a senior brand director for the basketball brand in North America, and Daniel Tawiah, vice president of global brand digital-marketing innovation, were being forced to leave the company.
Nike continues to see more of its top brass departing as the world's largest athletic brand does some soul searching about its hiring practices and corporate environment.
Three more Nike executives are leaving amid the company's efforts to overhaul workplace culture. They are Vikrant Singh, a senior brand director for the Nike basketball brand in North America; Daniel Tawiah, ...
Integrated e-commerce capabilities, powerful mobile apps, and robots seem more at home in a tech company, but with these retailers, it’s just everyday business.
An official at Nike Inc. in charge of overseeing diversity and inclusion efforts has left the sportswear giant, bringing fresh upheaval to a company already grappling with misconduct among its executives....
NEW YORK, April 16, 2018-- In new independent research reports released early this morning, Fundamental Markets released its latest key findings for all current investors, traders, and shareholders of ...
Nordstrom opened an innovative 47,000-square-foot men's store in Manhattan on Thursday. This represents the first phase of its New York City flagship location, most of which will open in the fall of 2019.
Apparel brands from the 1990s are making a comeback with PVH-owned Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger popular in the Piper Jaffray teen survey. Teenagers also like VF-owned Vans, while Nike and Under Armour lose steam.
Nike[ticker symb=NKE] has acquired body-scanning software firm Invertex, marking the second deal in the space of a month that will beef up the sportswear giant's digital technology, including its artificial intelligence capabilities. Israeli fashion technology firm Invertex previously developed the FeetID system, which can scan and size shoppers' feet and send that data directly to their mobile phone within seconds. The...
NIKE (NKE) buys Israel-based computer-vision company Invertex Ltd. It should strengthen NIKE's digital presence as part of the Consumer Direct Offense Plan.
Super Bowl champion Martellus Bennett, newly retired from the NFL, is focusing on his creative firm The Imagination Agency, and looking to Apple, Disney, and Nike for business lessons.
Nike Inc. acquired its second company in less than a month as part of its "Consumer Direct Offense" strategy to better serve its customers. Nike said it acquired Tel Aviv-based computer vision ...
Shares of Nike (NKE) have easily outperformed the market this year, as its strong competitive advantages, popularity with millennials, and potential to sidestep a trade war helped propel its shares to an 8% gain so far this year. Not according to Canaccord's Camilo Lyon, who thinks that it will be tough for Nike to make additional progress until its North American business show more signs of a sustained turnaround. Lyon reiterated a Hold rating and $62 price target on Nike Monday, writing that highlights from the company's recently released 10-Q filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission underscore his cautious take on the stock.
To boost sales numbers amid stiffening competition from online retailers, traditional retailers such as Kohl’s (KSS) are moving forward with many growth initiatives. Under its Greatness Agenda strategy, Kohl’s is revamping its merchandise offerings, emphasizing the omnichannel experience, and optimizing its marketing spending across channels. On its 4Q17 earnings conference call, Kohl’s management stated that due to the strong performances of the Nike, Adidas, and Under Armour brands, the company saw its active footwear and apparel comps rise 25% in 4Q17.
Most of the analysts that cover Deckers (DECK) have recommended a “hold” rating. As of March 29, 2018, of the 15 analysts covering the stock, 73% recommended a “hold,” 20% recommended a “buy,” and the remaining 7.0% gave it a “sell” rating. Following fiscal 3Q18 results on February 1, 2018, many analysts have revised their target price for Deckers.
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Does a boys-club culture where women struggled with pay inequity, inappropriate behavior, and poor representation in the company’s top ranks make Nike a more valuable company? Will women, who have powered the company’s growth in recent years, buy more Nike gear after hearing these revelations? Nike shares rose 10% from their low last week after The Wall Street Journal reported about Nike’s culture.
The arrival of Amazon (AMZN) and the disruption it’s caused to the retail sector needs no further explanation. To retain market share, the development of digital capabilities is the only solution, and most retailers are working on it. In September 2017, it announced that it was partnering with Amazon to build a 1,000-square-foot Amazon store-in-store at ten of its locations in the Los Angeles and Chicago areas.
President Trump may be starting to realize that his China trade war won't be "fun" or "easy to win."