The athleticwear giant is separating itself from the competition with its focus on customers' digital experience.
News & Analysis: Nike
The sports apparel giant's management team isn't worried about the recent growth slowdown.
The sneaker company beat expectations on profits, and its guidance looks solid, too.
New shoe releases and digital sales fueled a strong quarter, and the powerhouse sneaker brand has a lot more left in the tank.
Maybe not. But investors should watch the situation carefully.
Another quarter, another round of improvements in many of Nike's key operating metrics.
Stocks plunged on concerns about decelerating growth and an inverted yield curve.
Currency headwinds held back the athletic footwear leader's forward guidance. Here's what investors need to know.
Here's why the stock fell even though its earnings per share were better than expected.
Markets fell early Friday in response to concerns about global growth.