Month: April 2021

Xbox Game Pass Strengthens Sports Offering

Xbox Game Pass has been key to Microsoft’s recent success. The service with 18 million active users has put sports games front and center.

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PayPal Announces 10-Year Partnership with San Jose Earthquakes

PayPal announced a partnership with the San Jose Earthquakes marking what could be a shift toward contactless transactions in stadiums.

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Reddit Group Inspires Tokyo Bar

Reddit has inspired not only a community of investors but a bar for them to share ideas. The bar, Stock Pickers, is located in Tokyo.

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StockX Lands $3.8 Billion Valuation and Plans to Go Public

After recording a record year of revenue, the company just completed a new round of funding, boosting its valuation by $1 billion.

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Tim Cook Could Testify in Epic Games v. Apple

Apple and Epic Games’ court battle centers on the question of whether Apple holds a monopoly. CEOs Tim Cook and Tim Sweeney may testify.

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DAZN Eyes IPO and Premier League

DAZN is considering an IPO. The move would make it the first global sports streaming company to be listed publicly.

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Webinar: How to Maximize Revenue with Changing Capacities

(Satisfi Labs is a proud sponsor of Front Office Sports)  Everyone has been tackling the same “reopening” problems from safety to communication, etc. While those are critical issues, it’s important […]

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ESPN’s Eaves Gets Dream Assignment: The Masters

ESPN’s Michael Eaves talks about succeeding Tom Rinaldi on Masters coverage — and controversial Georgia voting law’s possible impact on the tournament this week.

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Cavs’ Gilbert Soars Up List of Richest Team Owners

Dan Gilbert saw his net worth grow 700% since last year, when his company Rocket Mortgage, formerly Quicken Loans, went public.

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'Nike of China' Cashing In on Boycotts

Nike and Adidas have been fighting an uphill battle in China. Sportswear company Anta is taking advantage of the shift.

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