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Stephen Curry to join three Under Armour athletes in fifth China basketball tour

Stephen Curry will join three other Under Armour athletes on his fifth tour of Asia with the brand to promote its basketball offerings.

Stops in Japan and China at the end of June will mark the first time the Baltimore-based athletic apparel maker has pulled together several of its basketball athletes for the annual tour.

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Football-playing teenage girl makes plea to Under Armour at annual meeting

Mahogany Kelly, a 13-year-old from New Jersey who plays football, traveled with her mother to Under Armour’s annual shareholder meeting Thursday in Baltimore to ask CEO Kevin Plank for help encouraging more girls to play the sport.

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Under Armour warehouse opens in Sparrows Point to fulfill athletic wear needs, wants

Sportswear giant Under Armour officially cut the ribbon Wednesday on a second warehouse in the region that is capable of shipping everything from boxes of team uniforms and pallets of goods sold on Amazon to a single shirt for an online customer.

The Sparrows Point operation, dubbed Omni Distribution House, can accommodate a workforce of more than 1,000 in a building the size of 23 football fields.

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Under Armour shares surge as it beats sales and profit estimates in first quarter

Shares of Under Armour jumped Thursday after the company beat fourth quarter sales and profit expectations amid growth in shoe sales and overseas, signs, executives said, that the brand is re-connecting with consumers.

The Baltimore-based athletic apparel and footwear maker reported income of $22 million, or 5 cents per share, for the first quarter that ended March 31. Sales rose 2% to $1.2 billion.

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Analyst says Under Armour missing the mark on fashion and design ahead of earnings announcement

As Under Armour works through a turnaround plan, the brand is struggling to hold onto customers and keep up a flow of innovative, stylish apparel and footwear, one analyst said Wednesday.

The Baltimore sports apparel maker is set to release first quarter financial results Thursday, when Wall Street expects earnings to break even and sales to dip 0.3 percent to $1.8 billion.

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Is Lululemon poised to take on Under Armour? Here's one analyst's view.

Lululemon may be known more for yoga pants than for athletic shoes or outfitting male athletes, but that might change over the next five years.

The brand outlined long-term goals this week that would place it more firmly in Under Armour’s long-held territory, a plan some see as intensifying competition with the Baltimore-based athletic apparel maker.

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