Month: March 2022

Anta Sports Posts $7.7B Fiscal Year

Anta Sports, the “Nike of China,” posted growth across all its business operations in 2021 in the company’s latest earnings report.

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Lawmakers Pass Financing Plan For Panthers' $800M Facilities

Lawmakers in York County, South Carolina passed an “alternative financial package” to resume work on the Carolina Panthers’ facility project.

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NCPA Files Civil Rights Complaint Over NCAA Athlete Compensation

On Tuesday, the NCPA filed a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education, alleging Division I schools’ athlete compensation limits violate Black students’ civil rights.

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Buccaneers Bring Back Leonard Fournette for 3 Years, $21M

Fournette was a key piece in Tampa Bay’s Super Bowl LV run. The Bucs also recently signed wide receivers Chris Godwin and Russell Gage to three-year deals.

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UConn Women Extend Historic Sweet 16 Streak

With coach Geno Auriemma at the helm, the Huskies are on track to reach the Elite Eight for the 27th time in school history.

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First-Year HC Ime Udoka Has Led Celtics Resurgence

Ime Udoka built a reputation as a defensive guru in nine seasons as an assistant coach. Now in his first year as a head coach, Boston has the league’s best defense and a lethal duo.

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Nike Gets Needed Boost from Earnings Beat

Nike has had a rough 2022, but it delivered good news with its fiscal third quarter earnings. The Swoosh posted $10.9B in revenue.

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CVC Capital in Talks for $1.7B Stake in French Soccer Media Rights

CVC Capital Partners is in exclusive talks with France’s top soccer organization for a 13% stake worth $1.7 billion in a new entity that will hold its media rights.

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With Sweet 16 Berth, Saint Peter’s Earns Millions In Publicity

The Peacocks’ run has thrust the entire school into the national spotlight, and the publicity-related rewards could extend far beyond the hardwood.

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Endeavor Might Be Forced To Sell MiLB Teams

Endeavor could soon be forced to sell the nine minor league baseball teams it bought in December following an investigation by the MLBPA.

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