The iconic home of the Kentucky Derby announced three capital improvement projects totaling $211 million over the next three years.
Orange has renewed its sublicensing agreement for rights to LaLiga and UEFA club competitions.
Members of the Southeastern Conference voted unanimously on Thursday to admit Texas and Oklahoma to the conference in 2025.
NBA teams chose from this year’s draft picks Thursday night. Top pick Cade Cunningham recently inked a deal with Nike.
WWE’s revenue increased by 19% and its total revenue was $265.6 million, exceeding analysts’ projections.
Domino’s Pizza is disavowing any involvent in AEW’s Wednesday night telecast showing a wrestler slicing up his opponent with a pizza cutter.
DraftKings is partnering with Sports & Social to create betting-themed sports bars. The first locations will be in Nashville and Detroit.
Gray Television’s $925 million acquisition of Quincy Media was approved by the Department of Justice on Wednesday.
The potential integration between Oculus Move and Apple Health highlights a future for tech rooted in health and fitness.
San Jose Sharks forward Evander Kane faces an NHL investigation after his wife claimed he bet on games he played in.
Advertisers paid $1.25 million for a 30-second primetime spot in the Tokyo Olympics. It may not have been the best investment.
Amazon failed to meet expectations with its latest earnings report on Thursday.
Thanks to sports and NBCU’s Peacock streaming service, Comcast’s total revenue jumped 20.4% to $28.55 billion in Q2.
Facebook saw revenue increase 56% year-over-year in Q2 as it edges further into the fitness space.
The rebrand of the Cleveland Indians to the Guardians faces hurdles on a couple fronts days after the change was announced.