|Bid||0.00 x 37900|
|Ask||0.00 x 75600|
|Day's range||167.05 - 173.85|
|52-week range||140.95 - 202.10|
|PE ratio (TTM)||30.48|
|Earnings date||7 Mar 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||199.94|
Oct.24 -- Increased competition, led by Adidas AG, has knocked Nike, the world’s largest sports brand, off course and muddied its outlook. Bloomberg's Matt Townsend has more on "Bloomberg Markets."
When Sami Khedira suits up to defend Germany’s World Cup title in Russia next summer, his jersey will bear the three-bar logo of Adidas AG, which sponsors the team. But look at Khedira’s feet, and you’ll ...
Adidas expects a big increase in sales of soccer jerseys from the 2018 World Cup in Russia helped by its sponsorship of three of the top teams, the German sportswear maker's chief executive was quoted as saying on Saturday. "In football, we are the clear market leader worldwide and are sponsoring 11 teams at the World Cup next year," Kasper Rorsted told the Rheinische Post newspaper in an interview. "Overall, I expect a big increase in Adidas jersey sales in 2018 because of the World Cup.
Lidl, Cadbury maker Mondelez , Diageo (LSE: DGE.L - news) and other big companies have pulled advertising from YouTube after the Times newspaper found the video sharing site was showing clips of scantily clad children alongside the ads of major brands. Comments from hundreds of paedophiles were posted alongside the images, which appeared to have been uploaded by the children themselves, according to a Times investigation. The paper said YouTube, a unit of Alphabet (Xetra: ABEA.DE - news) subsidiary Google , had allowed sexualised imagery of children to be easily searchable and not lived up to promises to better monitor and police its services to protect children.
Global creative director says Adidas has to consider any other company with whom a potential customer might spend money — and not just rival athletic-gear makers — a rival.
Adidas (ADSGn.DE), a long-standing sponsor of FIFA, "would have a problem" with the global soccer body if it was found to have broken the law by a U.S. investigation into bribery, the company's chief executive told a German paper. Along with companies including Coca-Cola (KO.N), Gazprom (GAZP.MM) and Visa (V.N), Adidas is one of FIFA's top partners that contribute every four years to support the World Cup. Zurich-based FIFA has been trying to overhaul its operations in the wake of the worst crisis in its history, sparked in 2015 by the indictment in the United States of several dozen soccer officials on corruption-related charges.
German sportswear giant Adidas (IOB: 0OLD.IL - news) led the pack as four companies won a global award on Wednesday for shining a light on their own supply chains to eradicate modern slavery from their operations. Adidas was revealed as the overall winner of the second Thomson Reuters Foundation Stop Slavery Award, which celebrates businesses that excel in efforts to identify, investigate and root out forced labour from their supply chains. Global fashion retailer C&A, U.S. technology company Intel (Euronext: INCO.NX - news) and British mutually-owned retail and services group The Co-operative Group were the other winners of the annual award designed by Turner Prize winning sculptor Anish Kapoor.
It's becoming clearer that Adidas' American resurgence isn't just a one-off fad built on the back of fashion geeks, but a more permanent comeback to the spotlight.
Adidas (ADSGn.DE) hopes the launch of new team kits before next year's football World Cup will restore sales growth after the German sportswear firm reported a slowdown in Europe in the last three months. Adidas is making shirts for teams including World Cup holders Germany and Spain. It is lifting marketing spending and expects a sales acceleration in the Christmas shopping season, Chief Executive Kasper Rorsted told journalists.
Adidas has reported its Q3 2017 results, with impressive growth in North America and China, while Russia disappointed with heavy declines.
Adidas AG (ADDYY) came out with third-quarter 2017 results, wherein the company's net income from continuing operations improved about 35% to ???549 million (approximately $645.1 million).
The Adidas logo is seen on the jerseys of AC Milan's midfielder Giacomo Bonaventura (R) and forward Patrick Cutrone as they celebrate during the Italian Serie A football match against Inter Milan October ...
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India on Tuesday approved Adidas AG-owned Reebok India's proposal to start single-brand retail outlets across the country, paving the way for the shoes and apparel maker to sell directly ...
Adidas shares have soared more than 200% in the past two years, as the company successfully pushed into North America. Wedbush’s Christopher Svezia began covering Adidas for his firm on Monday and assigned the stock a Neutral rating. On the plus side, Svezia likes that Adidas is cleverly leveraging social media to engage its customer base and win share over its rivals.
Welcome to the third episode of Full-Court Finance, the new podcast from Zacks Investment Research focused on the intersection of sports, business, and the stock market. This week, we tackle the ongoing FBI investigation into the world of big-time college basketball and the role sportswear companies such as Adidas (ADDYY) and Nike (NKE) play.