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Ohio State Creates NIL Group To Help Athletes Earn More Money

The NIL industry is still in its infancy, but after six months, early winners are emerging — and Ohio State athletes top the list. 

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Technology, Gambling Boost NFL's Sponsorship Revenue

The NFL’s sponsorship revenue grew 12% year-over-year from $1.62 billion to $1.8 billion in the 2021-22 season.

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MLB, MLBPA Inch Toward New Deal

Major League Baseball and its players’ association made progress toward a new collective bargaining agreement.

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Inter Milan Issues $468.3M Bond To Manage Debt

Inter Milan is issuing $468.3 million in new bonds to pay off existing debts. The team worked with Goldman Sachs on the refinancing.

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ABG's CEO Expects Reebok Revenue To Double, Hit $10B

Authentic Brands Group CEO Jamie Salter expects Reebok’s revenue to grow from $4 billion to $10 billion within the next five years.

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Peloton Shareholder Calls For CEO Removal, Sale

Peloton shareholder Blackwells Capital sent a letter to the fitness company’s board of directors calling for the removal of CEO John Foley.

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Liberty Media Is World’s Largest Sports Empire

Liberty Media is the largest sports empire, per Forbes. At $17.2 billion, the group is far larger than the next highest.

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Fox Wants To Hire Sean Payton If Troy Aikman Leaves For Amazon

Fox Sports is targeting Saints coach Sean Payton as a possible TV partner for Joe Buck if Troy Aikman leaves for Amazon, sources tell FOS.

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The Gaming Deal Heard Around the World

Microsoft’s $69 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard is the largest M&A deal in tech history — and the aftershocks will be impossible to ignore.

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Ken Goldin on the Future of the Thriving Collectibles Industry

Ken Goldin predicts big things for the collectibles market as trading cards and other items have become a new alternative asset class.

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