Did you hear?... Global Sports reports a 100-percent increase of 3Q net revenues

Global Sports reported a 100-percent increase of 3Q net revenues, from $18.1 million compared to $9 million in 3Q 2000.

Global Sports reported a 100-percent increase of 3Q net revenues, from $18.1 million compared to $9 million in 3Q 2000. Global projects that it will exceed $100 million in net revenue for the entire year of 2001 and that its gross margin will be between 33 percent and 33.5 percent. Global currently has strategic partnerships to develop or operate e-tail sites with Blades Sport and Skate, Olympia Sports, The Sports Authority, the Denver Broncos, Kmart, Modell's Sporting Goods, the San Diego Chargers, the LPGA pro shop, City Sports, and Pro Golf International. Global also owns and operates Fogdog.com.


GSI Commerce's Q3 net revenue up 79 percent

Formerly known as Global Sports, GSI Commerce (Nasdaq: GSIC), an outsource provider for e-commerce and the company that runs etail for the likes of Sports Chalet and Bally Total Fitness, reported that its third quarter net revenue for 2002 was $32.3 million, representing a 79 ...read more

Did you hear?... Oakley reports record net sales

Despite a miserable second half of 2001, resulting in 4Q net income plunging to $3.3 million from $9.7 million the year before, Oakley still managed to report record net sales of $429.3 million for the year, up 18.1 percent from 2000. The 4Q disaster as a result of the ...read more

Did you hear?... GSI Commerce Inc. reports revenue of $33.1 million for second quarter

GSI Commerce Inc. (NASDAQ: GSIC), an outsource solution provider for e-commerce formerly known as Global Sports Inc, has announced net revenue for the second quarter ended June 29, 2002, of $33.1 million, which represents a 95 percent increase compared to net revenue of $17.0 ...read more

Did you hear?... Hagloefs reports a 20-percent increase in sales

Swedish outdoor manufacturer Hagloefs has reported a 20-percent increase in sales to 274.6 million Swedish Kronor/SEK (USD $29.5 million) with pre-tax profits of 6,974,000 SEK (USD $ 748,500). The outdoor brand increased sales 26 percent to 195.7 million SEK (USD $21.0 million) ...read more

Did you hear?... Sport Chalet, Inc. sales increased 5.8 percent

Sport Chalet, Inc. sales, for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2002, increased 5.8 percent from $214.8 million to $227.3 million. Net income, however, dipped dramatically, from $7.3 million last year to $4.8 million for this year. The company blamed extremely poor winter-related ...read more

Timberland reports record 3Q revenue, warns of dip in 4th

Timberland Company (NYSE:TBL) reported that 3Q earnings for 2002 were $49.2 million, compared with $48.5 million in 3Q 2001. Revenues totaled $416.6 million, compared with $396.2 million in 3Q 2001. Domestically, Timberland's sales dipped 2 percent to $273.1 million. What pushed ...read more

Did you hear?... Adidas-Salomon reports net income up by 15 percent

Despite North American sales that remain flat for the company, Adidas-Salomon reported worldwide net income up by 15 percent to euro 208 million for 2001. The company reported the figure was exactly in line with company forecasts and targets published in early 2001. ...read more

Did you hear?... Swiss Army Brands, Inc. reported revenues of $38.8 million

Swiss Army Brands, Inc. (Nasdaq: SABI) reported revenues of $38.8 million in the quarter ended December 31 compared with $44.4 million for the fourth quarter in 2000. For the year ended December 31,revenues were $114.6 million compared with $132.0 million for the same period of ...read more

DId you hear?... Deckers reports 4Q drop in net sales

Deckers Outdoor Corporation, owner of the Teva, Simple, and Ugg footwear brands, reported a 4Q drop in net sales to $20.9 million in 2001 versus $23.7 million during 2000. For the year, Teva recorded $61.2 million, down from $79.7 million in 2000 -- thanks in large part to the ...read more