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    KAY ADAMS is going from strength to strength after leaving NFL Network. The popular sports host is back on televisions across America as part of a new holiday commercial and her own FanDuel show. 2Kay Adams appeared in a commercial for DICK'S Sporting GoodsCredit: YouTube/DICK'S Sporting Goods 2The popular sports host left NFL Network after six years on Good Morning FootballCredit: YouTube/DICK'S Sporting Goods Adams, 36, also fronted a DICK'S Sporting Goods advert for back-to-school wear earlier this summer. She left her previous role as host on Good Morning Football after six years. Kay had been with the NFL morning show since launch in 2016 and was key to its success. Co-host Nate Burleson left last year for CBS morning television and Adams followed suit this summer. Read More Sport StoriesMAKING MOVES Kay Adams' new job rumors mount after GMFB fans react to her replacementNEW GIG Who is Jamie Erdahl? College football host replaces Kay Adams on GMFB The pair were replaced by Jamie Erdahl and former Super Bowl winner Jason McCourty. Adams now present a...
    In this article ANF DKS BBY DLTR Follow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNTwatch nowVIDEO1:2001:20News Update – Pre-MarketsNews BriefingCheck out the companies making headlines before the bell: Best Buy (BBY) – Best Buy rallied 7% in the premarket after its third-quarter results beat analyst estimates. The electronics retailer also registered a smaller-than-expected decline in comparable store sales. Discounts helped keep customer traffic flowing to its stores, and Best Buy also raised its full-year forecast. Dick's Sporting Goods (DKS) – The sporting goods retailer reported better-than-expected third-quarter profit and revenue and an unexpected increase in comparable store sales. The company also raised its full-year forecast. Dick's initially surged more than 7% in premarket trading before it dipped negative. Dollar Tree (DLTR) – Dollar Tree fell 4.4% in the premarket despite a top and bottom line beat for its latest quarter and better-than-expected comparable store sales. The discount retailer projects full-year earnings in the lower half of its prior guidance range. Abercrombie & Fitch (ANF) – Abercrombie & Fitch soared 12.8% in premarket action after reporting an unexpected quarterly profit and beating...
    Scouted selects products independently. If you purchase something from our posts, we may earn a small commission. Now that fall is in full swing and winter is just around the corner, it’s time to take stock of your cold-weather sporting and fitness gear to make sure it’s up to the task and able to withstand the harsh elements. Whether you’re in the market for some new warming activewear, a pair of new running shoes, fitness equipment, or sporting supplies, Dick’s current sale has you covered. Right now you can take an extra an additional 25 percent off all clearance items. Plus, you can score $20 off your next order when you opt-in to receive text alerts. Just text KICKOFF to 41389 to receive the discount. The minimum order value is $100 and some exclusions apply. adidas Women’s Ultraboost Sneakers Down from $180Buy at Dick's Sporting Goods$60 Brooks Women's Canopy Full-Zip Jacket Down from $130Buy at Dick's Sporting Goods$65 VRST Men's Classic Fleece Hoodie Down from $60Buy at Dick's Sporting Goods$30 Don’t forget to check out our coupon site...
    Beleaguered Peloton is now being sold at a discounted price as part of the Amazon Prime Early Access Sale.  Bikes by the troubled one-time pandemic darling, which was once so in-demand that people clamored to buy them and waited months for delivery, are now being sold off for $1,225, $220 off the original price as sales and interest in the product continue to wane. Accessories for the bikes are also slashed as part of the exclusive deals for Prime Members, with Peloton brand cleats $31.25 off its original price and the Peloton light weights $6.25 off. The Peloton Guide camera is $45 off its original price.  The sales comes just months after the once-popular stationary bike brand started selling them on the site and at more than 100 Dick's Sporting Goods locations as it struggled to reverse declining sales.  Peloton is now facing six straight quarters of losses in a row and is reportedly considering merging with other companies — or even being bought out.  The brand had been struggling in recent months, with shares at just $9.09 in pre-market...
    Scouted selects products independently. If you purchase something from our posts, we may earn a small commission. Autumn is officially here, and with that comes cooler weather, shorter days, and the countdown to the holiday shopping season. Now that temperatures are dropping, you’re probably starting to edit your closet by putting away warm-weather essentials like mini dresses, tank tops, and sandals. Now that you’ve put those in storage until next year, it’s probably time to invest in a few new sartorial splurges for the new season. Fortunately, you don’t have to break the bank to add some nice clothing items to your current lineup. Scroll through below to check out the best fall fashion and clothing coupon codes and deals to score this week. Nordstrom Rack: Take up to 55% off at Nordstrom Rack. Save 30% on UGG Shearling Lined BootsShop at Nordstrom Rack$ Dr. Materns: Up to 40% off in the Boots, Shoes & Accessories Sale. Take $84 off the 2976 Max Leather Platform Chelsea BootsShop at Dr. Martens$ DSW: Up to 50% Select Styles. ake $45...
    Peloton Interactive is set to sell its bikes and other fitness equipment at Dick's Sporting Goods stores, as products are expected to be available in-store early into the holiday season. Products will become available at more than 100 Dick's Sporting Goods locations and on the retailer's website, according to a statement released by Peloton. The deal provides Peloton its first brick-and-mortar off-brand retailer to carry its products. This follows an August deal between Amazon and Peloton to sell its products through the online retailer. Both moves suggest the company is moving toward expanding its customer base after it recently reported a $1.2 billion quarterly loss and 30 percent drop in revenue. A shift in product availability continues after co-founder John Foley, 51, resigned two weeks earlier. Peloton Interactive struck a deal with Dick's Sporting Goods to sell its products with the in-person retailer The deal follows a previous agreement with Amazon in which Peloton will sell its products through the online retailer Both deals follow a gradual yet sharp decline in Peloton revenue and stock, suggesting the company is moving...
    In this article DKS PTON Follow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNTA Peloton Interactive Inc. logo on a stationary bike at the company's showroom in Dedham, Massachusetts, U.S., on Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2021.Adam Glanzman | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesPeloton will begin selling its bikes, treadmills and other products in Dick's Sporting Goods stores, marking the struggling fitness equipment maker's latest push to expand its customer base. The collaboration will make Dick's the first brick-and-mortar retailer outside of its namesake stores to carry Peloton equipment. Peloton had long been an exclusively direct-to-consumer business before it began selling its products on Amazon in August. related investing newsCooling demand means raising prices becomes a test of how well companies know their customersRobert Hum19 hours agoThe companies do not yet have a launch date, but said they are aiming to have Peloton products in more than 100 Dick's stores in time for the holiday shopping season. Dick's has more than 700 stores in the U.S. Dick's will carry Peloton's Bike, Bike+, Tread and Guide, a training system that uses a camera to track a person's...
    The New York Mets have already watched their NL East lead disappear but now Dick’s Sporting Goods is doing their best to jinx them as well.  At one point in the regular season, it seemed as if the New York Mets were going to run away with the NL East to capture the division crown. They had a double-digit game lead over the Atlanta Braves and were just cruising in every possible way. Fast-forward to entering Wednesday’s games, though, and the Mets and Braves were tied atop the division with a three-game series looming between the two rivals for the upcoming weekend. To put it plainly, New York has been watching their lead dwindle little by little and now it’s gone. And Dick’s Sporting Goods might have delivered the final blow with the jinx of the century. An eagle-eyed Yankees fan whose Twitter says he’s from Niskayuna, NY was in one of the store’s locations assumedly in New York and noticed an interesting rack of shirts, ones that were celebrating the New York Mets winning the NL East. In the world...
    In this article DKSCars are seen parked in front of a Dick's Sporting Goods store at Monroe Marketplace in Pennsylvania.Paul Weaver | SOPA Images | LightRocket | Getty ImagesDick's Sporting Goods on Tuesday reported quarterly earnings and revenue that topped analysts' expectations and boosted its financial outlook for the year. The sporting goods retailer said it now expects comparable store sales for 2022 to decline between 6% to 2%. It had previously forecast the figure to be down between 8% and 2%, after its sales of sports and outdoor equipment surged during the pandemic. For the full year, Dick's now expects adjusted earnings per share to be between $10 and $12. That's up from its previous forecast of $9.15 and $11.70. Dick's Executive Chairman Ed Stack said the second-quarter results show the company wasn't just a beneficiary of higher sales during the pandemic, but reflect the structural changes it made years ago. The company noted that its net sales for the quarter were up significantly from the same period in 2019. Here's what the company reported compared with what...
    Scouted selects products independently. If you purchase something from our posts, we may earn a small commission. Now that summer 2022 has officially kicked off and the Independence Day holiday is just around the corner, many of popular brands and retailers are celebrating the new season with a slew of stellar deals and helpful coupon codes. From beloved activewear Lululemon to Madewell and Dick’s Sporting Goods, there are plenty of sales and limited-time deals to check out this week and beyond. Scroll through below to check out the best of the best to shop. Dick’s Sporting Goods: Up to 50% off Summer Ready Items in the Sale at Dick's Sporting Goods. adidas Ultraboost 21 Running Shoes 50% offShop at Dick’s Sporting Goods$ Lululemon: Up to 60% off in the We Made Too Much Sale. Lululemon Align Pants 21 Inch Up to 50% offShop at Lululemon$ Madewell: 30% off with the code HEATWAVE. Rina Fisherman Flats $41.40 OffShop at Madewell$Free Shipping | Free Returns Bose: Save up to $250 on Special Offers. Bose Sports Earbuds 30% OffShop at...
    DICK’S Sporting Goods announced it will offer up to $4,000 in travel expenses for employees who decide to terminate their pregnancies and must go out of state to do so, but will not say if the company also plans to reward pregnant employees who choose to have their babies rather than get an abortion. Following the news of the Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision overruling Roe v. Wade, which kicked decisions about abortion laws back to the states, the company announced that it would reimburse up to $4,000 in travel expenses to employees who would have to go out of state to get an abortion. “While we do not know what decision each state will make in response to this ruling, we at DICK’S Sporting Goods are prepared to ensure that all teammates have consistent and safe access to the benefits we provide, regardless of the state in which you live,” an email from Ed Stack and CEO Lauren Hobart read: In response to today’s ruling, we are announcing that if the state you live in restricts access to abortion, DICK’S...
    The CEO of DICK’S Sporting Goods announced on Friday that in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, DICK’S  would cover the travel costs of employees seeking abortions. Lauren Hobart, president, and CEO of DICK’S, announced that the company would reimburse employees up to $4,000 for travel expenses associated with obtaining an abortion. “In response to today’s ruling, we are announcing that if a state one of our teammates lives in restricts access to abortion, DICK’S Sporting Goods will provide up to $4,000 in travel expense reimbursement to travel to the nearest location where that care is legally available. This benefit will be provided to any teammate, spouse or dependent enrolled in our medical plan, along with one support person,” Hobart wrote in part. pic.twitter.com/TvOX7rNkkr — DICKS Sporting Goods (@DICKS) June 24, 2022 Writing for the majority, Justice Alito made it clear that abortion’s legality was now an issue for the state’s, not the federal government: Abortion presents a profound moral question. The Constitution does not prohibit the citizens of each State from regulating or...
    In this article JWN WEN DKS Cars are seen parked in front of a Dick's Sporting Goods store at Monroe Marketplace in Pennsylvania.Paul Weaver | SOPA Images | LightRocket | Getty ImagesCheck out the companies making headlines in midday trading Wednesday. Dick's Sporting Goods – Shares of the sporting goods seller jumped 11%, despite the company cutting its outlook for the year, after the retailer topped earnings and revenue estimates for its fiscal first quarter. Dick's CEO Lauren Hobart said she's confident the company will be able to "adapt quickly" to uncertain macroeconomic conditions. Express – Shares rallied 9.9% after the apparel retailer reported better-than-expected quarterly results. Express lost an adjusted 10 cents per share. That's narrower than the 15-cents-per-share loss expected by analysts, according to Refinitiv. Revenue also topped the consensus forecast and Express raised its full-year comparable-sales outlook. Wendy's – The fast-food chain saw surged 9.9% after a filing revealed Trian, Wendy's largest shareholder, is exploring a potential deal with the company. Trian, along with its partners, owns a 19.4% stake in the burger chain and said it was...
    In this article DKS EXPR WEN DELL LYFT JWN VIDEO1:2901:29News Update – Pre-MarketsNews BriefingCheck out the companies making headlines before the bell: Dick's Sporting Goods (DKS) – The sporting goods retailer's shares slid 14.4% in the premarket after it issued a weaker-than-expected outlook for the full year as it adjusts for what it calls challenging macroeconomic conditions. Dick's reported better-than-expected profit and revenue for its latest quarter, and comparable-store sales that fell less than expected. Express (EXPR) – The apparel retailer's shares jumped 11.8% in premarket trading after reporting quarterly results that were better than expected. Express lost an adjusted 10 cents per share, narrower than the 15-cent loss anticipated by analysts, and revenue topped forecasts as well. Express also raised its full-year outlook for comparable-store sales. Wendy's (WEN) – Wendy's rallied 8.8% in premarket action after long-time shareholder Trian Fund Management said it was exploring an acquisition or other potential deal for the restaurant chain. Trian is the company's largest shareholder, with a 19.4% stake. Dell Technologies (DELL) – Dell added 1% in premarket trading after Evercore added...
    In this article DKSA Dick’s Sporting Goods store stands in Staten Island on March 09, 2022 in New York City.Spencer Platt | Getty ImagesDick's Sporting Goods on Wednesday reported results for its fiscal first quarter that topped Wall Street's expectations, as shoppers spent money on golf clubs, soccer gear and athletic apparel from brands like Nike and Adidas. But Dick's isn't immune to sky-high inflation and ongoing supply chain challenges. The company cut its financial forecast for the full fiscal year. Dick's now expects to earn between $9.15 and $11.70 per share, on an adjusted basis, this fiscal year, compared with a prior range of $11.70 to $13.10. Analysts had been looking for adjusted earnings per share of $12.56, according to Refinitiv estimates. Dick's is forecasting same-store sales to be down 8% to down 2%, versus prior expectations of down 4% to flat. Analysts were calling for a year-over-year decline of 2.5%, according to FactSet. The company's decision to lower its guidance comes after similar adjustments from Walmart, Target and Kohl's, as these retailers cope with higher expenses that...
    In this article ENPH SPWR CCL NCLH SHEL-GB DKS VIDEO1:2501:25News Update – Pre-MarketsNews BriefingTake a look at some of the biggest movers in the premarket: Shell - The U.S.-traded shares of the energy giant rose more than 2% in premarket trading after Shell apologized for buying a shipment of Russian oil. The company said it will no longer do spot purchases of Russian oil and was shutting down other operations in the country. Dick's Sporting Goods - The retail stock gained more than 4% in premarket trading after Dick's released its fourth-quarter results. The quarter beat expectations for adjusted earnings and revenue, according to estimates compiled by Refinitiv. The company said same-store sales grew 5.9%, which was faster than the rate in the fourth quarter of 2019 before the pandemic. Carnival Cruise Line, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings — Cruise stocks rebounded on Tuesday morning after selling off sharply in the previous session. Shares of Carnival and Norwegian were each up more than 3% in premarket trading. Enphase Energy, SunPower — Solar and other clean energy stocks moved higher in...
    In this article DKSSignage outside a Dick's Sporting Goods Inc. store in Clarksville, Indiana, on Monday, Nov. 9, 2020.Luke Sharrett | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesDick's Sporting Goods on Tuesday reported profits and sales growth in its holiday quarter that topped analysts' estimates, as the company laps massive gains from the prior year that were fueled by pandemic purchases of outdoor equipment and fitness accessories. The sporting goods giant offered a better-than-expected forecast for 2022 earnings and same-store sales, which it says sets a baseline for future growth coming out of Covid-19. Chief Executive Lauren Hobart said Dick's continues to see robust consumer demand. "Our 2022 sales and earnings outlook establishes a new foundation for us to build on in the future," she said in a press release. Yet even with pandemic restrictions easing around the country and shoppers returning to stores, it's still a tricky time for retailers to forecast future growth. Businesses are navigating against a backdrop of sky-high inflation and surging oil prices due to Russia's invasion of Ukraine. It's unclear what kind of impact the war's...
    An alert has been issued by police investigators on Long Island who are attempting to locate a pair of women who allegedly stole from an area Dick’s Sporting Goods location. A surveillance photo was released by Suffolk County Crime Stoppers of two women who allegedly targeted the sporting goods store on Jericho Turnpike in Commack and stole clothes. The alleged shoplifting happened shortly before 4:20 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 6 and walked out with assorted women’s clothing without making an attempt to pay. Anyone with information regarding the shoplifting incident or the pictured suspects has been asked to contact Suffolk County Crime Stoppers by calling 1-800-220-TIPS or submitting an anonymous tip online.
    Dick’s Sporting Goods got a little too eager to advertise some championship merch and now their Georgia football championship ad is going viral.  College football fans love celebrating big wins and commemorating accomplishments and championships with merchandise. Apparel companies and retailers are more than aware of the tendency for folks to buy up a ton of shirts and hats and decals after their favorite team does something good. So, these companies will prepare for all possible outcomes. A lot of merchandise and advertisements for said merchandise will be made ahead of time. Unfortuantely for Dick’s Sporting Goods, at least one of those ads celebrating a championship the Georgia Bulldogs haven’t won (at least not yet) made its way to Twitter well before it should have. The ad went live during the game. And of course, a screenshot was taken. What is this @DICKS?? #CFBPlayoff #NationalChampionship @RedditCFB pic.twitter.com/7CqU0mSheO — Craig Choate (@craigwchoate) January 11, 2022 And apparently you can already pick up a sweet replica championship football that celebrates a national title the Bulldogs definitely haven’t won yet. Free shipping...
    In this article DKSCars are seen parked in front of a Dick's Sporting Goods store at Monroe Marketplace in Pennsylvania.Paul Weaver | SOPA Images | LightRocket | Getty ImagesDick's Sporting Goods on Tuesday reported fiscal third-quarter earnings and sales that outpaced analysts' expectations, leading the sporting goods giant to hike its annual forecast again. Chief Executive Lauren Hobart said that consumer demand remained strong after the summer season and back-to-school rush, and that the company's broad assortment of products allowed it to meet many shoppers' needs — from golf clubs to running gear. Here's how Dick's did in its fiscal third quarter compared with what analysts were expecting, according to a poll compiled by Refinitiv: Earnings per share: $3.19 adjusted vs. $1.97 expected Revenue: $2.75 billion vs. $2.50 billion expected In the three-month period ended Oct. 30, net income rose to $316.5 million, or $2.78 per share, from $177.2 million, or $1.84 a share, a year earlier. Excluding items, it earned $3.19 per share, ahead of the $1.97 that analysts had been expecting. Revenue rose roughly 14% to...
    In this article DKS NKE Nike athletic wear is seen on mannequins displayed at a Dick's Sporting Goods store in Daly City, California.David Paul Morris | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesNike and Dick's Sporting Goods are stepping up efforts to work together at a time when a number of athletic apparel brands, including Nike, are relying less on wholesale partners. In a first step, Nike's loyalty program members will be able to link their accounts to Dick's mobile app to shop for exclusive Nike shoes and apparel at Dick's more than 800 stores, the companies announced on Wednesday. The partnership will evolve over time to include in-person workout events at Dick's locations. And the two hinted at another perk that could be coming: Allowing Nike customers to drop off their returns or pick up online orders at Dick's stores. For Nike, the move solidifies the sneaker giant's commitment to Dick's amid an industry upheaval. Nike, along with peers such as Under Armour and Adidas, has been proactively pulling merchandise out of wholesale channels including off-price stores and other footwear retailers...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff CRANBERRY TOWNSHIP (KDKA) – Coraopolis-based DICK’s Sporting Goods has opened a new store aiming to explore and protect the outdoors. READ MORE: Canon-McMillan School Board Meeting Adjourned After Some People Refused To Wear Masks The store is called “Public Lands” and it’s located in Cranberry Township at Cranberry Square. READ MORE: Life In The Fast Lane: As Drivers Return To The Road, GHSA Says Speeding Becoming A Huge Issue “We believe these national treasures are meant to be explored by everyone, protected and celebrated so they may live on for generations,” DICK’s said on its website. “With this in mind, we work to enable every community to get outside, explore, and push boundaries while protecting our public lands.” MORE NEWS: Third Shot Timeline: FDA Says They May Need More Time To Approve COVID-19 Boosters The new store is now open. To learn more or look at job opportunities, visit their website.
    In this article URBN BBY DKS Signage outside a Dick's Sporting Goods Inc. store in Clarksville, Indiana, on Monday, Nov. 9, 2020.Luke Sharrett | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesDick's Sporting Goods CEO Lauren Hobart said Wednesday that the company is not only selling more golf clubs and activewear — it has found a formula for driving up profits, even as shoppers buy more online. Hobart's comments tapped a theme that has come up frequently in recent retail earnings calls: Widening margins. Consumers have been on a spending spree. That has helped. But another gamechanger is that retailers have learned to make e-commerce more profitable, from shipping online orders from stores to steering shoppers toward curbside pickup. "In a way it's simple: It's ship from store," said Michael Baker, a senior retail analyst for D.A. Davidson. "And if the customer is coming to the store to pick it up, that evens it out right there." He said companies have fundamentally changed their online businesses as they move more inventory out of distribution centers and closer to customers' homes. Plus, he said,...
    In this article TOL DKNG SAM CPB DKS Pedestrians pass in front of a Nordstrom Inc. store in the Midtown neighborhood of New York, on March 20, 2020.Gabby Jones | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesCheck out the companies making headlines in midday trading.  Nordstrom — Shares of the retailer dropped more than 16% despite Nordstrom beating expectations on the top and bottom lines for the second quarter. The company issued its quarterly results late Tuesday. JPMorgan downgraded the stock to underweight from neutral. The investment firm said in a note to clients that Nordstrom appeared to be underperforming even though the environment may be "as good as it gets," creating risk to the downside for the stock. Dick's Sporting Goods – The sporting goods retailer's stock hit an all-time high, soaring more than 15% after reporting strong quarterly earnings that beat estimates by $2.28. The company also announced a special dividend of $5.50 per share and a 21% increase in its quarterly dividend. Campbell Soup — The food products stock slipped 2% following a downgrade from Piper Sander. The investment firm...
    A Dick's Sporting Goods storeCraig Warga | Bloomberg | Getty Images Dick's Sporting Goods shares rose on Wednesday after the retailer reported sales growth of 21% in the fiscal second quarter and raised its outlook for the year. Shares were up about 11% in premarket trading. The big-box retailer's sales have soared during the pandemic, as customers have bought workout clothes, sneakers, golf clubs and other outdoor equipment. Sales in the second quarter were 45% higher than the second quarter of 2019. Here's what the company did for its fiscal second quarter ended July 31 compared with what Wall Street was expecting, based on a survey of analysts by Refinitiv: Earnings per share: $5.08 adjusted vs. $2.80 expected Revenue: $3.27 billion vs. $2.85 billion expected Dick's second-quarter net income rose nearly 80% to $495.5 million, or $4.53 share, compared with $276.8 million, or $3.12 per share, a year earlier. Excluding items, it earned $5.08 per share, higher than the $1.85 per share expected by analysts surveyed by Refinitiv. Net sales rose to $3.27 billion from $2.71 billion a...
    In this article URBN SAVA EXPR JNJ DKS SCVL VIDEO1:3101:31News Update – Pre-MarketsNews BriefingCheck out the companies making headlines before the bell: Dick's Sporting Goods (DKS) – The sporting goods retailer's shares jumped 4.9% in the premarket, as its quarterly earnings beat estimates. The company also announced a $5.50 per share special dividend and a 21% increase in its quarterly dividend. Dick's earned an adjusted $5.08 per share for its latest quarter, beating the consensus estimate of $2.80. Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) – Johnson & Johnson said study data supports the benefits of a booster shot for recipients of its Covid-19 vaccine. The dose sharply increased levels of antibodies in two early-stage trials. Express (EXPR) – Shares of the apparel retailer rallied 4.1% in the premarket after the company reported an unexpected profit for its latest quarter. Express earned 2 cents per share, compared with forecasts of a 30 cents per share loss, and revenue also came in above analyst forecasts. Shoe Carnival (SCVL) – The shoe retailer reported a quarterly profit of $1.54 per share, more than double...
    In this article DKSLauren Hobart, president and member of the board of directors at Dick's Sporting Goods Inc., speaks during the Fortune's Most Powerful Women Summit in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2019.Sarah Silbiger | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesAs Dick's Sporting Goods switched into "preservation mode" in the early days of the pandemic, a surprising trend emerged that continues to fuel its business today, said CEO Lauren Hobart. People began to go for more walks and runs in the neighborhood. They took up golfing. They embraced a new work uniform of leggings and workout tops. And they converted garages and basements into fitness studios. Hobart said people have learned to dress and spend their time differently, and the sporting goods retailer is seeing signs that the habits will last. Sales of outdoor gear for hobbies like golfing and biking have not slowed down, she said. "I actually do think people have fundamentally changed their lifestyle," Hobart said in an interview at CNBC's Evolve Global Summit on Wednesday. "People will certainly go back and take vacations. There may be...
    Dick’s Sporting Goods locations across America are open for business on Memorial Day. Memorial Day is smack in the middle of the NBA Playoffs and the Stanley Cup Playoffs, plus the MLB and WNBA are in full swing. It’s also pretty much the unofficial start of summer already. Naturally, you might want to grab some sports gear, even on the holiday. Well, good news, sports fans! Dick’s Sporting Goods stores are open across the nation for Memorial Day 2021. Better yet, Dick’s is currently offering free one-hour curbside and in-store pickups on in-stock items. Rather have your gear delivered? No problem. They also have free shipping on online orders over $99 (exclusions apply for oversize and overweight items). Get ready for all your summer activities and more at Dick’s Sporting Goods.What hours is Dick’s open on Memorial Day?Most Dick’s locations will be open during their regular store hours on Memorial Day. In fact, they are open regular hours for most holidays, with only a few exceptions: Easter: Closed Christmas Eve: Reduced hours Christmas Day: Closed At FanSided, we know...
    Rumors are surfacing in Pennsylvania that billionaire Ed Stack, the former CEO of Dick’s Sporting Goods, is weighing a possible Senate run next year to fill the seat of retiring Sen. Pat Toomey (R-PA), according to multiple sources. Polling being conducted in the Keystone State asking if voters would consider voting for Stack sparked the chatter about him potentially considering a bid for office. The polling comes after Dick’s announced in November 2020 that Stack was stepping down as CEO of the company effective February 1, 2021, and transitioning to executive chairman. The former CEO, who at one point reportedly tested a third-party presidential run, gained national attention in 2018 for his decision to ban “assault rifles” and “high-capacity magazines” from his stores after the Parkland, Florida, high school shooting. Stack, amid a corporate gun control push, later announced his company had destroyed $5 million worth of the unsold merchandise. Dan Garcia, a member of the Pennsylvania Republican Party’s State Committee, told Breitbart News he received a call May 16 from a Harrisburg phone number polling him about Stack as a potential Senate candidate in the GOP primary....
    VIDEO0:4600:46Stocks set for higher open after Tuesday's fadeMorning Report Take a look at some of the biggest movers in the premarket: Dick's Sporting Goods (DKS) – The sporting goods retailer earned $3.41 per share for the first quarter, more than tripling the $1.12 consensus estimate. Revenue also beat forecasts amid comparable sales that more than doubled. Dick's also gave a full-year outlook that exceeds current Wall Street consensus. Shares surged 7% in premarket action. Urban Outfitters (URBN) – Urban Outfitters stock soared 10% in premarket trading after the company more than tripled a 17 cents a share consensus estimate, with quarterly profit of 54 cents per share. The apparel retailer's revenue beat forecasts as well, and comparable-store sales were up 51% as more shoppers returned to stores after being vaccinated. Nordstrom (JWN) – Nordstrom lost $1.05 per share for the first quarter, wider than the 57 cents a share loss that analysts were expecting. The department store operator's revenue beat consensus estimates. Overall results were impacted by price markdowns necessary to reduce excess holiday season inventory. Nordstrom shares tumbled 7.2%...
    In this article DKSMannequins stand next to merchandise displayed for sale at a Dick's Sporting Goods store in West Nyack, New York.Craig Warga | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesDick's Sporting Goods reported Wednesday fiscal first-quarter earnings and sales that topped analyst estimates, saying kids returning to team sports boosted sales. Dick's also raised its full-year financial outlook, citing building momentum. Shares jumped more than 6% on the news in premarket trading. Here's how Dick's did for the period ended May 1, compared with what analysts were anticipating, using Refinitiv estimates: Earnings per share: $3.79 adjusted vs. $1.12 expected Revenue: $2.92 billion vs. $2.18 billion expected Dick's net income grew to $361.8 million, or $3.41 per share, from a loss of $143.4 million, or $1.71 per share, a year earlier. Excluding one-time adjustments, it earned $3.79 per share, well ahead of the $1.12 that analysts had expected, according to a Refinitiv survey. Revenue grew 119% to $2.92 billion from $1.33 billion a year earlier, when Dick's was forced to shut its stores for a period of time due to the...
    In this article DKS NKE Source: Dick's Sporting Goods PRDick's Sporting Goods on Friday is holding the grand opening of the biggest store it has ever built. Called House of Sport, this new format has a ton of features. The retailer's goal was to create a space where visitors not only come to buy sneakers but to spend an afternoon playing sports and other physical activities. The more than 100,000-square-foot space is at the Eastview Mall in the Rochester suburb of Victor, New York. It includes an indoor rock climbing wall, golf driving bays, a putting green and a health-and-wellness shop, as well as an outdoor track and a turf field — all things that Dick's is testing for the first time. Dozens of big-name brands, including Yeti and Vans, have dedicated spaces within the store to show off new products. They sit alongside Dick's private labels DSG, Calia and VRST. Nike has the most space of all, including an area near the mall's entrance for the Jordan brand. It's the most room Dick's has ever given Nike within...
    More On: COVID vaccine Mexican wrestlers help elderly get COVID-19 vaccines COVID vaccine site closes early after adverse reactions to shot When the CDC says schools should fully return to in-person leaning Anthony Fauci’s limitless publicity thirst is undermining the war on COVID The 11 people who suffered adverse reactions to the Johnson & Johnson vaccine — prompting the closure of a vaccination site in Colorado — experienced symptoms including nausea and dizziness, according to health officials. Two people within that group were also taken to the hospital for further observation, the Denver Post reported, citing a statement from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. The nine others were treated with juice and water, state officials said. The health department stressed that the side effects experienced Wednesday were “consistent with what can be expected” with the one-shot dose. It said the decision to close the vaccination site at Dick’s Sports Goods Park in Commerce City was made out of an abundance of caution. Vials of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine being prepared.Michael Ciaglo/Getty Images “The state...
    Dick’s Sporting Goods is launching a new men’s apparel brand — and it will have more in common with Lululemon than Nike or Under Armour. The new “athleisure” label, VRST, is the second proprietary brand — following Calia for women by Carry Underwood — to be sold exclusively at Dick’s stores. And like Calia, it won’t just be about high-performance, moisture-wicking fabrics, but also will include more comfortable, casual looks. The line will be offered in 400 of Dick’s 728 stores in the U.S. in the coming weeks, and includes commuter pants, joggers and shorts along with tees, hooded sweatshirts and quarter-zips ranging in price from $30 to $120. Chief Executive Lauren Hobart said VRST is “very different” from the products that Dick’s carries in its stores from its vendor partners, including Nike, Under Armour and Adidas, which are all launching their own proprietary brands. The new “athleisure” label, VRST, is the company’s second proprietary brand.DICK’S Sporting Goods “You can think of it sort of as the Calia version on the men’s side, in terms of filling a white space...
    VRST is debuting Tuesday on both Dick's Sporting Goods' website and a standalone VRST.com, and will be rolled out to more than 400 Dick's Sporting Goods locations across the country in the coming weeks.Source: Dick's Sporting Goods Dick's Sporting Goods is entering a hotly contested market for men's athletic apparel with the launch of its own brand called VRST. VRST debuts Tuesday on Dick's website and a standalone VRST.com, and will roll out to more than 400 Dick's stores in the coming weeks, the company said. Items in the line, which include everything from joggers and shorts to tees, quarter-zips, and hooded sweatshirts, retail anywhere from $30 to $120, putting it on the higher end of the market when it comes to price point. Following the success that Dick's has had with its Calia athleisure line for women, the company said it saw a blank space in its stores to have a more upscale and lifestyle-driven line for men. The line won't compete directly with the sweat-wicking performance gear sold by Under Armour and Nike. Instead, it's more similar to...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — 6,000 people are expected to get their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at Dick’s Sporting Goods’ headquarters in Coraopolis on Friday. READ MORE: Allegheny County Emergency Rental Assistance Applications Available March 15 It’s the second mass vaccination clinic offered in a partnership between Dick’s and Allegheny Health Network. READ MORE: Child Tax Credit: How Expanded Credit Works And Why It Means More Money To Parents David Holmberg, CEO of Highmark Health says by the end of Friday, they will have vaccinated 160,000 people in total. “We’ve now exceeded the number of people we’ve tested for COVID with the numnber of people who are getting vaccines, so we’ve hit an inflection point. These kind of events are the way to do it,” Holmberg said. MORE NEWS: Pa. State Police Searching For 16-Year-Old Elizabeth Smith, Last Seen In Hempfield Township Holmberg says he wants large events like this to set an example for the rest of the country.
    Kayaks are displayed outside of a Dick's Sporting Goods Inc. store in West Nyack, New York.Craig Warga | Bloomberg | Getty Images Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading.  Tech stocks — Tech and more-speculative stocks rose en masse on Tuesday as a retreat in U.S. Treasury yields helped the sector reverse some of the steep losses its seen in recent weeks. Electric car maker Tesla jumped more than 14%, on pace for its best day since March 2020. Solar cell company Enphase Energy gained close to 12%. Chip and chip-related companies Nvidia and Lam Research rose more than 7%, while Xilinx added about 6.8%. Zoom Video — Shares of the video communications company popped more than 7% midday after chief executive and founder Eric Yuan transferred roughly 40% of his stake, according to a government filing. Yuan made the transfers, which totaled about $6 billion in worth, to unspecified recipients from two trusts as gifts. The company said the transfer were part of estate planning for Yuan and his wife. First Energy — Shares of the energy...
    A Dick's Sporting Goods storeCraig Warga | Bloomberg | Getty Images Dick's Sporting Goods on Tuesday topped Wall Street's estimates, as shoppers continued to buy equipment and apparel for outdoor activities and home workouts during the pandemic. Shares plummeted by nearly 9% in premarket trading, however, as the company forecast that sales trends will likely slow. The sporting goods retailer estimated that same-store sales could decline as much as 2% or grow by as much as 2% in the year ahead, a significant drop from same-store sales growth of nearly 10% in fiscal 2020. It estimated net sales for the year ahead will range between $9.54 billion and $9.94 billion, flat or slightly down compared with its net sales of $9.58 billion in fiscal 2020. Here's how the company did during the fiscal fourth quarter ended Jan. 30, compared with what analysts were expecting, based on Refinitiv data: Earnings per share: $2.43 adjusted vs. $2.28 expected Revenue: $3.13 billion vs. $3.07 billion expected Dick's Sporting Goods reported a fourth-quarter net income of $219.6 million, or $2.21 per share,...
    VIDEO0:4900:49Stock futures point to higher open following mixed Monday sessionMorning Report Take a look at some of the biggest movers in the premarket: Stitch Fix (SFIX) – Stitch Fix lost 20 cents per share for its latest quarter, 2 cents a share less than analysts had anticipated. Revenue for the online clothing styler was short of Wall Street forecasts, and Stitch Fix cut guidance for the fiscal year that begins in July due to lengthened cycle times. Stitch Fix does not recognize revenue until a customer finalizes a "Fix" by returning unwanted items and paying for items kept. Stitch Fix shares tumbled 24% premarket. Dick's Sporting Goods (DKS) – The sporting goods retailer reported quarterly earnings of $2.43 per share, 15 cents a share above estimates. Revenue beat Wall Street forecasts as well. Comparable-store sales rose 19.3%, compared to a consensus FactSet estimate of 17.1%. Dick's also forecast full-year profit of $4.40-$5.20 per share, compared to a Refinitiv consensus estimate of $5.15 a share. In addition, Dick's announced a 16% quarterly dividend hike. The stock fell 7.2% premarket. Thor Industries...
    A look at some of the key business events and economic indicators upcoming this week: LOOKING FIT Wall Street expects another standout quarterly report card from Dick’s Sporting Goods. The retailer has recovered strongly over the past year after reporting a loss for the quarter ended in April. Solid demand for apparel and equipment for home exercising and outdoor fitness amid the pandemic lockdowns have helped drive the company’s earnings and revenue sharply higher since then. Analysts predict more of the same Tuesday, when the retailer serves up its fiscal fourth-quarter results. INFLATION BELLWETHER Economists project that prices at the consumer level increased modestly last month. The Labor Department’s consumer price index, due Wednesday, is expected to show annual inflation picked up in February to 1.8% from 1.4% in January, driven by higher energy prices. Inflation has been a no-show over the past decade, with annual price gains remaining well below the Federal Reserve’s 2% target, allowing the Fed to keep interest rates at record lows. Consumer price index, annual percent change, not seasonally adjusted: Sept. 1.4 Oct. 1.2...
    Just like its sturdy rubber material, Crocs have managed to survive and thrive. The proudly “ugly” utility shoe brand favored by everyone from Justin Bieber to your average home gardener expects to report a fourth-quarter revenue spike — from $407 to  $410 million — for 2020, Crocs announced this week. They project another “accelerated” growth bump of 25% in 2021. “Amidst a global pandemic in 2020, we will deliver the strongest revenue in Crocs’ history,” CEO Andrew Rees said in a statement this week. “Our brand momentum is exceptional, and we anticipate another record year in 2021.” Comfort was valued above all else this year, as working from home meant an emergence of sweatpants, pajamas and no-pants Zoom meetings. Since the only excursion many have is to and from the mailbox, why shouldn’t the polarizing rubber clogs make a comeback? Other classically “ugly” styles made a comeback in 2020, including but not limited to flared leggings, fuzzy bucket hats and denim-on-denim to name a few. Despite their look, Crocs has been insanely successful in marketing to the next generation...
    Police in Northampton County are seeking the public’s help identifying a man they say stole around $500 worth of merchandise from a local Dick’s Sporting Goods store. The man pictured above stole $500 in merchandise from Dick’s Sporting Goods at Birkland Place around 7 p.m. Dec. 8, Bethlehem Township Police said. He fled the store in a white GMC SUV from the early 2000s, police said. Anyone with information about the identity of the suspect is asked to contact Ptl. Ebner at (610) 419-4429 or email aebner@bethlehemtwp.com.
    Mannequins stand next to merchandise displayed for sale at a Dick's Sporting Goods Inc. store in West Nyack, New York.Craig Warga | Bloomberg | Getty Images Dick's Sporting Goods is teaming with Instacart to offer same-day delivery from more than 150 stores, in states including Georgia, Maryland, New Jersey, New York and Virginia, the companies announced Friday. The service, which went live on Instacart's platform this week, comes during the final leg of the holiday season. And this year, shoppers have been buying online in record numbers, putting heightened pressure on retailers and carriers like UPS and FedEx to get packages to doorsteps, as promised. Shoppers increasingly want to receive their internet purchases as quickly as possible. Delivery platforms like Instacart, DoorDash and Target's Shipt are seen more and more as invaluable in the retail ecosystem. Bed Bath & Beyond earlier this month partnered with Shipt to offer free, same-day delivery for a limited time during the holidays. But for Dick's, a tie-up with Instacart will last beyond the holiday season, and the retailer hopes to expand its same-day shipping...
    AP Photo/Chris O'Meara Candace Parker is one of the most accomplished basketball players in recent WNBA history. The six-time All-WNBA First Team selection teamed up with The DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation to surprise young athletes in the inner city of Chicago with sports gear. Parker spoke with Insider about giving back in her home city, the significance of the 2020 WNBA season, why DPOY is the most important award she's won, and her investment in an NWSL team. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Candace Parker has had a jam-packed 2020. The WNBA superstar spent a chunk of the year in the WNBA's bubble — or Wubble — leading the Los Angeles Sparks to their ninth consecutive WNBA playoffs appearance. All the while, she was juggling her jobs as an NBA and college basketball analyst for Turner Sports and as mother to her 11-year-old daughter, Lailaa. Candace Parker (left) attacks Alyssa Thomas during their 2020 WNBA playoff matchup. Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports But even now, as the year is winding down and she has some...
    Police are searching for an unidentified woman who stole approximately $340 worth of merchandise from a Long Island DICK's Sporting Goods location.  The incident took place in Melville at the DICK's Sporting Goods on Walt Whitman Road on Wednesday, Sept. 16, according to Suffolk County Police.  Suffolk County Crime Stoppers will extend a cash reward to anyone with information leading to the woman's identification and arrest. T he group can be reached online, via the P3Tips mobile app or by calling 800-220-TIPS. 
    Dick's Sporting Goods; Gilbert Espinoza/Business Insider Table of Contents Chevron icon It indicates an expandable section or menu, or sometimes previous / next navigation options. Deals that are live right now The best 10 Days of Black Friday deals How do we select the best Black Friday deals at Dick's Sporting Goods?     What is Dick's Sporting Goods' pre-Black Friday schedule? Deals that are live right now The best 10 Days of Black Friday deals How do we select the best Black Friday deals at Dick's Sporting Goods?     What is Dick's Sporting Goods' pre-Black Friday schedule? When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Black Friday is the last day of Dick's Sporting Goods' week-long sale. Shoppers can still take advantage of deals on items like Nike sports apparel, Adidas footwear, and NFL and NCAA products. In addition to Dick's Sporting Goods, other retailers like Walmart, Best Buy, and Target are...
    Francesca Rea/Business Insider When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Patagonia products usually only go on sale a few times a year, but when they do, the discounts can be huge.  For Black Friday, Patagonia clothes and gear are on major sale through Patagonia's own website as well as retailers such as REI, Backcountry, and Dick's Sporting Goods, with some items up to 50% off. Products on sale include jackets and vests for up to 50% off and classic fleeces for as low as $65.45. Read Insider Reviews' Black Friday 2020 deals and Cyber Monday 2020 deals coverage for more savings. Sign up for Insider Reviews' weekly newsletter for more buying advice and great deals.  Patagonia is a top outdoor brand known for high-quality running jackets, hiking gear, and ski products, to name a few. And its iconic fleece jackets and pullovers are cozy enough to wear even around the house, but they're usually a splurge, with a classic fleece costing around $99. Patagonia normally goes on a sale...
    (CNN) — Dick’s Sporting Goods CEO Ed Stack is stepping down after 36 years, a tenure in which he transformed his family’s small business into a national presence, took the company public, and enacted a strong stance on the US gun debate. Stack, 65 years old, will take on the role of executive chairman and continue as a chief merchant, the company announced Tuesday. Dick’s President Lauren Hobart will ascend to the CEO role on February 1, becoming the company’s first female chief executive. Stack’s father founded the company in 1948, and Stack has served as chairman and CEO of Dick’s since 1984 when he and his siblings bought his father’s two small sporting goods stores in upstate New York. Under Stack’s leadership, the company now has more than 850 stores and nearly $9 billion in annual revenue. Dick’s became part of the US debate over guns when Stack took a bold stance after 17 people were killed in a mass shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida, in 2018. Shortly after the shooting, Dick’s announced it would stop...
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