Google’s $2.1 billion purchase of wearable company Fitbit, finalized in January, is under regulatory scrutiny in the U.S. and Australia.
Crown Resorts was once considered a global gambling empire, but is now facing its license being revoked from its flagship casino.
The King has kept his crown — for an eighth straight year — after Forbes unveiled its rankings of the NBA’s highest-paid players.
Washington Spirit owner Steve Baldwin will sell the team, after being called on to do so by his own players.
Signa Sports United is reportedly nearing an investment worth more than $370 million from a group that includes Saudi Arabia’s wealth fund.
Ahead of the Constitutional Convention, the NCAA compiled a massive survey that suggested administrators and athletes want a few big changes.
On Wednesday, the NCAA announced a detailed timeline for its Constitutional Convention.
BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager with $9.46 trillion in assets under management, posted Q3 earnings of $5.05 billion.
Disney is reportedly looking into spinning off ESPN, as the sports network’s goals may be at odds with the rest of the company.
SeatGeek is going public via SAPC with RedBall Acquisition Corp. — the SPAC led by Billy Beane and ex-Goldman director Gerry Cardinale.
Goldman Sachs exceeded analyst expectations with its latest earnings report after a number of recent moves in sports.
Pepsi’s deal for the Super Bowl halftime show expires after the 2022 season. The soda giant has owned the rights since 2012.
Arctos Sports Partners closed a $2.1 billion funding round for its flagship fund. The fund now tops $3 billion.
LeBron James’ SpringHill Company is receiving a major investment led by RedBird Capital. Nike, Epic, and Fenway Sports are buying in.
Adam Schefter’s contract is up at ESPN next summer. Gambling giants like Caesars Sportsbook could lure the NFL insider away from ESPN.