|Bid||0.000 x 0|
|Ask||0.000 x 0|
|Day's Range||112.380 - 113.310|
|52 Week Range||98.230 - 133.010|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.67|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||27.89|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.55 (1.39%)|
|1y Target Est||141.22|
CNBC's Wilfred Frost and Sara Eisen sit down with Adidas CEO Kasper Rørsted to discuss the company's latest soccer deal and settle the score on how to pronounce Adidas.
Adidas CEO Kasper Rorsted sits down with CNBC's Sara Eisen at the NYSE to discuss business in North America, Brexit, business in China in regards to the U.S.-China trade war and Kayne West's impact on the company.
Adidas CEO Kasper Rorsted sits down with CNBC's Sara Eisen at the NYSE to discuss business in North America, consumer interest, Kayne West and Nike's Colin Kaepernick campaign.
Let's check out the Yahoo Finance charts of the day. Walmart (WMT): Shares are up in early trade, at around .83%. Deutsche Bank upgrades the retail giant's stock to buy, citing its growing online grocery business and believes that Walmart will compete well against Amazon. Adidas (ADDYY): Shares are down here, 2.5%. Arsenal confirmed a deal with the sportswear maker worth $391 million to worth $391 million to producer the English soccer teams uniforms. The deal will go into effect July 1st 2019 when their partnership with Puma expires. Papa John's (PZZA): Shares up here, around 6.6%. According to a Wall Street journal report, Trian Partners is considering the pizza chain as a takeover target. Trian is one of several parties to express interest since Papa John's put itself up for sale amid a bitter fight with its founder, John Schnatter, who remains on the board and owns nearly 30% of the company's shares. For more on today's big stock movers check out the Final Round, live at 3:30 p.m. ET, right here on Yahoo Finance.
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Rapper Kanye West plugged his ties to Adidas during a White House meeting with Donald Trump on Thursday, saying the president had given him the “heart” to partner up with the sneaker maker.
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Adidas CEO Kasper Rorsted appeared on CNBC Tuesday and said the company is gaining market share in North America for the third year in a row — and also acknowledged that Nike is making a return. “We have still outgrown Nike, on a global basis but also in the U.S., but there is no doubt that Nike is coming back.
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Adidas has signed a five-year deal to provide kits for English soccer team Arsenal that is reportedly worth $391 million.
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AG executive paid the families of top high-school basketball players to induce them to attend schools with Adidas sponsorships, his defense lawyer told a Manhattan jury on Tuesday, conceding a violation of NCAA rules governing amateurism in college sports. , Adidas’ director of global sports marketing, and his two co-defendants are charged with defrauding the universities they believed they were trying to help, charges of which they are innocent, she said.
In meetings in hotel rooms and parking lots, a former Adidas AG executive and two other men funneled cash to family members of prospects in exchange for a commitment to play for university programs sponsored by the maker of shoes, team jerseys and other athletic wear, Assistant U.S. Attorney Eli Mark told the jury at the start of the trial. "It was a blatant and brazen violation of the most fundamental rule in college basketball, that you can’t pay to play," Mark said. James Gatto, the former Adidas executive, Merl Code, a consultant with ties to Adidas, and agent Christian Dawkins are among 10 people charged in a sweeping probe into illicit kickbacks in National Collegiate Athletic Association basketball that reached the highest levels of the sport.
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The first of three criminal trials stemming from a sprawling probe of alleged corruption in college basketball is set to begin next week, a critical test for an investigation that rattled the sport with charges of bribery at some of the country’s most-storied basketball programs. The trial, in Manhattan federal court, centers on alleged schemes—involving an aspiring sports agent, an Adidas AG executive and an Adidas consultant—to bribe the families of top high-school basketball recruits. Prosecutors say the payments were designed to induce the players to sign with schools sponsored by Adidas, including the University of Louisville and the University of Kansas.