Month: November 2021

Disney Streaming Growth Slows, ESPN+ Subs Increase 66%

Disney saw revenue climb 26% year-over-year in its final fiscal quarter of 2021, but faced some headwinds on its streaming growth.

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Apple Forced to Allow External Links in App Store Games

Apple will have to allow external links to sites and stores in its App Store, after a judge rejected its request for a stay.

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FuboTV Acquires Molotov SAS For $190M

Sports-focused streaming service FuboTV announced its $190 million acquisition of French TV streaming company Molotov SAS.

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Czech Group Finalizes 27% Ownership Stake In West Ham

A Czech Republic investment group ledy by billionaire Daniel Křetínský has purchased a 27% stake in the Premier League’s West Ham.

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Adidas Slows Its Pace Due to Supply Chain Disruptions

Adidas was hit by supply chain disruptions, causing a year-over-year drop in operating income and a lower full-year guidance.

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Callaway Raises Outlook Behind Golf Boom

Callaway Golf raised its full-year revenue guidance following Wednesday’s third-quarter earnings report.

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Tencent Has $22B Quarter Despite Crackdown by Regulators

Tencent posted $22 billion in revenue in Q3 2021, a 13% uptick compared to the same period last year.

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Rams’ Kroenke Offers $100M Settlement; Ex-Panthers Owner A Wild Card

Rams owner Stan Kroenke’s inability to settle the relocation from St. Louis lawsuit has frustrated other NFL owners as the January trial approaches.

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Uneven Resume Requirements

The study found that almost all female coaches played basketball at a high level — but only about half of their male counterparts needed impressive on-court skills.

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Head Coaching Inequity in WBB Hires

Between 1984-2020 — the period after women’s basketball took off in the wake of Title IX — white coaches have dominated new hires in the Power 5, a new study found.

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