The big question is whether Under Armour’s larger issues derail its overall digital transformation efforts and hamper connected fitness investments. By Larry Dignan for Between the Lines | February 12, 2020 — 11:00 GMT (19:00 GMT+08:00) | Topic: Digital Health and Wellness The digital transformation of retail shopping brings many of the benefits of e-commerce into brick-and-mortar, and results are just as disruptive. Under Armour is restructuring, facing brand issues in the US, navigating the coronavirus in China and trying to gain its e-commerce footing but its connected fitness business has been a bet that has paid off. The big question is whether Under Armour’s larger issues derail its overall digital transformation efforts and hamper connected fitness investments. The athletic apparel and performance company outlined a bevy of issues ahead and disappointed with its outlook. One takeaway: Connected fitness operating income in the fourth quarter matched what Under Armour had in EMEA, which struggled. For connected fitness, Under Armour delivered fourth quarter operating income of $9.04 million on sales of $34.99 million. EMEA matched that operating income in ...