Nike has sold out 61 percent more merchandise since the controversial ad campaign featuring former NFL player Colin Kaepernick, according to data on the company's online sales from Thomson Reuters Proprietary Research. Jillian Kitchener reports.
(Reuters) - Nike Inc (NKE.N) has sold out 61 percent more merchandise since the controversial ad campaign featuring former NFL player Colin Kaepernick appeared earlier this month, according to data on the company’s online sales from Thomson Reuters..
Shares of Tilray, the Canadian cannabis company, popped 50 percent Wednesday after the DEA cleared the way for its cannabis imports as part of a clinical trial. Those trials are the backbone of Tilray's strategy, said Bethany Gomez, director of..
According to Reuters, Former Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak will face further corruption charges related to money allegedly siphoned off from scandal-plagued state fund 1MDB. Najib has faced intense scrutiny since unexpectedly losing the general..
According to Mother Nature Network, there’s a growing trend to do away with Day Light Savings Time. The European Union Commission proposed in August 2018 to abolish daylight savings time after a public survey showed 84 percent of EU citizens..
Four in 10 Americans have a pre-sex 'ritual', according to new research. A study into the pre and post sex behaviors of 2,000 Americans found 38 percent have a routine they do each and every time they do the deed. What are these rituals? They include:..
Weather and marine scientists are scrambling to analyze a torrent of data on the origins and impacts of the deadly Florence and Mangkhut storms. The data has been collected by satellites, gauges, robotic submarines, and other instruments. Science..
Do our brains modulate our behavior or does our environment modulate our behavior which modulates our brain activation? This is a classic nature nurture debate, but research suggests it could be both. People have built whole frameworks based on..
Sep.18 -- Terry Chan, head of analytics and research for Asia-Pacific at S&P Global Ratings, discusses the escalating trade tensions between the U.S. and China and what China can do in response. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: China Open."