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Sports Executive Weekly

Sports Executive Weekly has quickly become one of the most trusted and widely distributed trade newsletters servicing the Sporting Goods, Athletic Footwear, and Athletic Apparel markets.  SEW, as it has quickly become known in the industry, provides comprehensive coverage, in-depth analysis, and unique insight into the the trade news of the week.  Sports Executive Weekly is delivered via e-mail each week in printer-friendly Adobe PDF format and can also be downloaded directly from this site by clicking on the "Download Past Newsletters" link to the right.

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Deckers Brands Crowns New CEO Amid New Challenges
Deckers Brands reported adjusted earnings for its fourth quarter ended March 31 that topped Wall Street's consensus estimate as double-digit gains for Ugg, Teva and Hoka One One and expense controls helped offset margin pressures caused by winter inventory gluts in the marketplace...(5/27/2016)

Tilly's CEO Defends Rising Omni-channel Costs
Though growing e-commerce sales trimmed gross margins at Tilly's Inc. in the quarter end May 2, the retailer's CEO argues omni-channel expansions remains the best way to reverse declining mall traffic...(5/27/2016)

Famous Footwear Leans on Athletic Lifestyle in Face of Shifting Buying Habits
Famous Footwear became the latest chain to benefit from the current strong trend toward lifestyle athletic footwear to help offset the challenges on many other categories of unseasonably-cold spring weather.(5/26/2016)

Genesco's Q1 Boosted by Lids Bounce Back
Genesco Inc. reported a modest gain in first-quarter earnings that came out well ahead of Wall Street's target. The upside was boosted by a "significantly better" performance at Lids Sports Group. The company reiterated its guidance for the year...(5/26/2016)

DSW Hopes Athletic Focus Drives Back-Half Turnaround
DSW Inc. said athletic shoes again delivered strong gains in the first quarter, encouraging the chain to take more steps to become a key shoe destination for the athleisure customer. But the athletic gains were not enough to offset widespread weakness in other categories...(5/25/2016)

Sportsman's Warehouse Says Growing Competition Won't Slow Expansion
Sportsman's Warehouse Holdings Inc. reiterated plans to grow its store count 10 percent annually despite reporting competitors' new stores were the main contributor to a decline in same-store sales in its fiscal first quarter...(5/25/2016)

Speedo, Izod Parent Beats Q1 Guidance
PVH Corp., the parent of Izod and Speedo, reported earnings excluding non-recurring items were basically flat in the first quarter but ahead of internal guidance...(5/25/2016)

Foot Locker Fights Off Basketball Woes for Solid Q1
Foot Locker Inc. reported only a 3.8-percent gain in earnings in its first quarter, matching Wall Street estimates. But the gain was still impressive given the overall challenges being seen at retail, particularly in the sporting goods and department store channels, and the fact that its signature category, basketball, came in weaker than expected...(5/20/2016)

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