Mahogany Kelly, a 13-year-old from New Jersey who plays football, traveled with her mother to Under Armour’s annual shareholder meeting Thursday to ask CEO Kevin Plank for help encouraging more girls to play the sport.
Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank gave a pep talk before Monday night’s NCAA men’s basketball championship game to the players of Texas Tech — the Baltimore-based athletic brand’s first sponsored team to make it to the final game.
After retiring earlier this month, world champion skier and Under Armour athlete Lindsey Vonn visited the Baltimore brand's campus Tuesday as she prepares for the next phase of career, including philanthropy and encouraging young girls in the sport.
Developers of the proposed Port Covington project in South Baltimore presented began seeking design approval Thursday from a city architectural review board for the first set of buildings that could break ground late this year and open in 2021.
A former vice president for Under Armour has filed a lawsuit against the company seeking at least $3.14 million, saying he was wrongly terminated and has been denied access to his stock in the company.
Baltimore-area businesses weathered failed deals, layoffs, closings and restructuring in 2018. But some started new chapters by expanding or merging, and new development sprouted all over and one new industry spread like a weed.
Baltimore dirt biker Pacino "Chino" Braxton is auctioning off his custom bike to benefit local program B-360, which aims to educate and attract more students of color to STEM, while also making dirt bike riding safer.
As Under Armour prepares to announces its third quarter results, one analyst sees the sports apparel brand making inroads controlling expenses and inventory, with continued growth in international sales.