With two satellite stores slated for Washington and Oregon, plus a new space in Denver, the Seattle-based retailer is doubling down on the rapidly growing gear rental market.
A few months into Seung’s tenure as the brand’s North America GM, the pandemic hit and plans changed. But she didn’t let that hurdle—or myriad others—derail her ambitious goals.
The Senate voted 50-41 to elect Haaland, who will become the first Native American installed as a Cabinet secretary.
We dove into the most recent financials of public outdoor companies to see how they're doing as the pandemic rages on.
The ecommerce startup Out&Back, which debuted last month, is billing itself as “Kayak for outdoor gear." What does its arrival mean for specialty retail?
A small materials company in Colorado has been battling The North Face and Columbia for years in a patent infringement case. Last week, it scored an important victory in the fight.
Snowbound director Brian Stephenson spoke with Outside Business Journal about the festival’s long-awaited Denver and Boston debuts, plus this week’s pre-registration details.
Case shares how his company performed during the pandemic and why the 37 “everyday carry” items he keeps on his keychain aren't overkill.
OBJ spoke with Jetboil’s brand manager about the new Stash, including how the team whittled its weight to just 7.1 ounces, the surprising role corporate leadership plays in product development, and more.