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Under Armour suspended YouTube ad buys after CNN found its ads among hundreds of brands appearing on extremist channels

Under Armour briefly pulled its advertising from YouTube after learning from CNN that its ads appeared on a white nationalist video channel.

The Baltimore-based athletic apparel brand was among hundreds of companies and organizations whose ads ran on YouTube channels promoting extremist or controversial views, CNN reported late Thursday.

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The Rock, other athletes star in Under Armour's motivational "Will Finds A Way" campaign

Call it Under Armour’s answer to the Dove “Real Beauty” campaign.

The Baltimore-based sports apparel brand rolled out a new ad campaign Thursday called “Will Finds A Way,” starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and eight unconventional athletes. One is a triathlete with cerebral palsy, another a Syrian woman who swam for her life while saving a boat with other refugees.

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Under Armour investor sues Kevin Plank over Port Covington deal in South Baltimore

An Under Armour investor is suing Kevin Plank and Under Armour on behalf of the company over Plank's Port Covington deal.

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Under Armour will begin supplying MLB uniforms in 2020 — a year later than planned

Under Armour won’t begin supplying Major League Baseball uniforms until 2020, returning to the original schedule and abandoning a plan to accelerate the rollout a year earlier, according to officials familiar with the plans.

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Under Armour losing ground with teenagers, survey says

Under Armour is seeing its popularity fade among teens, a key demographic for sports apparel brands, according to Piper Jaffray's semi-annual teen research survey.

Gen Z buyers are looking for streetwear and 1990s fashions, with Vans footwear hitting a new peak and even sports footwear giant Nike losing share among boys, according to Taking Stock with Teens, which ranks appeal of fashion brands.

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Analyst raises concerns about Under Armour's international growth — a bright spot for the struggling brand

As Under Armour feels the pinch of slow merchandise sales in it’s biggest geographic market — the United States — international sales growth has stood out as a bright spot for the struggling brand.

But one Wall Street analyst is raising concerns about the future of Under Armour’s global growth.

Under Armour’s international sales soared more than 46 percent in fiscal year 2017, while U.S.

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