Month: February 2021

WBB Tournament To Be Aired On National TV

On Feb. 15, the NCAA DI Women’s Basketball Committee revealed its first 16 selections for the 2021 tournament, which tips off March 21 from San Antonio. The four No. 1 […]

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FCS Teams Lose Money With Spring Football

Following postponement of the regular season last fall, FCS football teams spent the last semester practicing and training for an unorthodox spring schedule. This week, they will finally commence a […]

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Peloton Joins Convertible Note Craze With $1 Billion Raise

Peloton jumped on the latest fundraising trend, issuing $1 billion in convertible notes to investors looking for stability and equity.

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F.C. Barcelona Faces Internal Financial Crisis

F.C. Barcelona can’t avoid its looming financial issues, partly due to its salary bill — the highest in Europe.

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Second Screen a First Priority

Apps dedicated to the second-screen experience are a growing trend as limited fan attendance continues to be a factor across sports.

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‘Call of Duty’ Leading Esports Rise

Johanna Faries of Activision Blizzard has helped the company capitalize on esports’ unique ability to recover from the pandemic’s setbacks.

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New York Sports Betting Revenue Surges

New York State’s sports betting revenue grew substantially in January, but far less than New Jersey, which has legal online betting.

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Goldin Auctions Raises $40M from Chernin, Cuban, Durant and More

Goldin Auctions raised $40 million after grossing over $100 million in 2020, in the latest sign of growth in sports memorabilia.

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Adidas Plans to Divest Reebok 15 Years After Buying It

Adidas announced today that it plans to sell or spin-off Reebok as part of a new five-year strategy after the brand’s poor performance.

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Golf Superstar Phil Mickelson Could Shoot For TV Stardom Next

Phil Mickelson’s representatives have held exploratory talks with TV Networks about ‘Lefty’ possibly becoming the next great golf analyst.

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