Month: May 2021

Apple CEO Warns of ‘Toxic Mess’ If Epic Wins

Apple CEO Tim Cook took the witness stand in the company’s trial against Fortnite-maker Epic Games to defend Apple against antitrust claims.

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E-Commerce Drives Foot Locker’s $2.15B Quarter

Foot Locker Inc. has taken another step in the right direction with a Q1 2021 earnings report that exceeded expectations.

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Netflix Seeking Exec for Expansion Into Video Games

Netflix has been dropping hints about expanding into video games, and it appears to be much more than talk.

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Webinar: How Interactive Live Streaming has Transformed the NFL Fan Experience

(Tagboard is a proud sponsor of Front Office Sports) For modern sports storytellers, using targeted technology to connect and engage with fans is an increasingly integral component of success. And […]

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Tencent Machine Rolls On With $20.6B Quarter

Tencent Holdings is strengthening its position as the world’s largest video game vendor. The Chinese conglomerate kept its momentum in Q1.

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Topps Cashing In on Year of the No-Hitter

Topps has leveraged its Topps Now platform to monetize baseball’s most notable moments, including its six no-hitters to date.

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Bundesliga Takes Stand Against Private Equity

Bundesliga teams rejected a proposed deal that would have had private equity firms own 25% of its international media rights.

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Ralph Lauren Highlights Sportswear Amid Earnings Dip

Ralph Lauren announced its full-year earnings on Thursday, reporting a 29% decrease in revenue to $4.4 billion.

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Houston MLS and NWSL Teams Sold for $400 Million

The Houston Dynamo and Houston Dash are being sold to real estate mogul Ted Segal for $400 million, the second such transaction this month.

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Mobile Gaming Leader Going Public in $1.2B Merger

Jam City, a mobile game developer, agreed to go public in a merger with DPCM Capital, a blank-check company.

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