Month: November 2021

The Push for Expansion?

The CFP is getting heavily criticized even after releasing preliminary rankings — which added to ballooning skepticism about the legitimacy of the four-team playoff.

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Cincinnati’s Built-In Disadvantage

The Bearcats’ disadvantage isn’t just their lack of Power 5 status; their financial resources don’t come close to the vast majority of those programs.

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Ferrari Races to Double-Digit Growth in Q3

Ferrari generated $1.24 billion in revenue in Q3 2021, up from $1.04 billion for the same period a year before.

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Activision Blizzard Revenue Hits $2B While Dealing With Work Culture

Activision Blizzard posted revenue of $2.07 billion in the third quarter. The company is weathering a harassment and toxic workplace scandal.

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Greg Norman to Lead Saudi-Backed PGA Tour Rival

Golf legend Greg Norman was named CEO of LIV Golf Investments, a Saudi-backed company funding a PGA Tour rival.

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Ralph Lauren Leans On Sports In Q2

Ralph Lauren Corporation posted second-quarter earnings on Tuesday, recording a 26% revenue increase to $1.5 billion.

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Under Armour Rakes In $1.55 Billion in Revenue

Under Armour posted third-quarter earnings on Tuesday, recording an 8% year-over-year revenue increase to $1.55 billion.

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Chargers Unveil Plans for New Headquarters, Training Complex

The Los Angeles Chargers have reached an agreement to build a new corporate headquarters and training facility in El Segundo, California.

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Flutter Lowers Guidance as Sports Bettors Rack Up Wins

Flutter Entertainment, owner of FanDuel, Betfair, and Paddy Power, trimmed its full-year guidance due to certain one-off events.

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Nike Trademark Hints at Metaverse Sneakers

Nike filed a trademark to use its swoosh logo and “Just Do It” slogan in digital environments such as the metaverse.

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