Month: February 2021

Pebble Beach Raises Funds Without Celeb, Fan Presence

Even with a new format, the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Golf Tournament will continue to reel in big money for charity.

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Tom Brady's Religion of Sports Producing Simone Biles Documentary

“Simone vs Herself” will premiere on Facebook Watch ahead of the Tokyo Olympics this summer.

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The NFL Is Looking to Finalize Its Media Rights by March

The Super Bowl is over and the NFL is shifting gears — the league wants to finalize upcoming media rights by next month.

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Q&A: Jason Whitlock on OutKick Fallout, Media’s Aversion to the Truth

The controversial figure opens up on his contentious departure from Clay Travis’ OutKick, and where he could be headed next.

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PepsiCo Reveals Q4 Earnings

PepsiCo has benefitted from consumers hoarding snacks and sports drinks like Gatorade during the pandemic. Overall, the company reported $22.46 billion in Q4 revenue – an 8.8% uptick in net […]

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Tokyo Olympics President to Step Down

Yoshiro Mori is stepping down as President of Japan’s Olympic Committee in response to backlash from recent sexist comments.

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Big Money in Mobile Video Games

Mobile gaming isn’t new, but as billions funnel through the industry, the landscape has started to change.

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MGM Prioritizes Sports Betting Amid Pandemic

MGM is leaning further into its sports betting and iGaming division. The company was crushed by COVID’s effect on the hospitality and tourism industries.

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Nike and NFL Funding Girls Flag Football

The organizations are working to bring more women into football.

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Black-Owned Private Equity Firm Offers Opportunity for Athletes

Former NBA player Theo Ratliff and Corlex Capital want to change the way athletes invest in franchise restaurants.

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