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University Of Denver Adding Women’s Triathlon As Varsity Sport

University Of Denver Adding Women’s Triathlon As Varsity Sport

USA Triathlon, along with Karlton Creech, University of Denver Vice Chancellor for Athletics, Recreation and Ritchie Center Operations, announced that the University of Denver will add women’s triathlon to its varsity sport offerings. The school is the 37th in the nation, the second in Colorado and the ninth at the NCAA Division I level to add the sport. (Read More)

Genesco Names New Board Chair

Genesco Names New Board Chair

Genesco Inc. announced that Mimi E. Vaughn, the company's president and chief executive officer, has been named to the additional position of chair of the board of directors, effective July 1, 2020. Vaughn will succeed Robert J. Dennis, implementing the final step of a transition plan that began in 2018. (Read More)

Macy’s Reports $3.58 Billion Quarterly Loss

Macy’s Reports $3.58 Billion Quarterly Loss

Macy's Inc., in line with a pre-announcement, reported a steep loss in the first quarter but said it expects sales to gradually improve over the remainder of the year as coronavirus lockdown orders ease. Said CEO Jeff Gennett. "We do not anticipate another full shutdown, but we are staying flexible and are prepared to address increases in cases on a regional level.” (Read More)

Pocket Outdoor Media Acquires Three Divisions From Active Interest Media

Pocket Outdoor Media Acquires Three Divisions From Active Interest Media

Pocket Outdoor Media (POM), the endurance sports media platform, announced the acquisition of the Healthy Living, Fitness, and Outdoor divisions of Active Interest Media (AIM). Included in the AIM acquisition are: Yoga Journal, SKI, Climbing, Backpacker, Warren Miller Entertainment, Oxygen, IDEA Health and Fitness Association, Clean Eating, Vegetarian Times, Better Nutrition, NatuRx, Muscle & Performance, Nastar, Fly Fishing Film Tour, National Park Trips, and SNEWS. (Read More)

Adidas HR Chief Resigns Following Claims Of Discrimination

Adidas HR Chief Resigns Following Claims Of Discrimination

Karen Parkin, executive board member of Adidas AG, responsible for global human resources, has informed Adidas AG’s Supervisory Board that she will step down from the Executive Board and leave the company. The move comes as Adidas has faced criticism from employees who say it fosters a racist and discriminatory workplace. (Read More)

NPD Report: Running Regains Its Stride

NPD Report: Running Regains Its Stride

Dollar sales in the U.S. performance running rebounded in mid-May and in the week ending June 20 grew by 30 percent year over year, according to The NPD Group. Brooks, Hoka and On Running have all shown double- and triple-digit growth for the past five weekly time periods. (Read More)

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