Disney Secures Wimbledon Rights for 12 More Years

ESPN will be airing Wimbledon in the U.S. until 2035 after extending its deal with the All England Lawn Tennis Club by 12 years.

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ABG Drops $1B Bid to Acquire Reebok

Authentic Brands Group has withdrawn its bid to acquire Rebook. The retail conglomerate offered $1 billion to purchase the brand from adidas.

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NFL Stays on Offense with New Media

The NFL is not resting after securing $113 billion in media deals, inking a new deal with Twitter and exploring new investor opportunities.

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Why Sports Are Headed to Movie Theaters

UFC 264 was a letdown but the partnership between AMC and UFC parent Endeavor still speaks volumes about each company’s goals.

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Apple Interested In NFL Sunday Ticket Rights

Apple is interested in acquiring the rights to NFL Sunday Ticket. Disney is also looking at the out-of-market games property.

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Ballmer Becomes Ninth Member of $100B Club

L.A. Clippers owner Steve Ballmer is now the world’s richest sports team owner. He can leverage his team ownership to reduce his tax burden.

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Japan Says No Fans at Tokyo Olympics

The Japanese Olympics Committee said no fans, foreign or domestic, will be allowed to attend the Tokyo Olympics later this month.

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England Already Profiting from First Euro Final

England is reaping the economic benefits from hosting Euro 2020, buoyed by the team’s deep run in the tournament.

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UFC Latest League to Score Big on Crypto

The Ultimate Fighting Championship inked a sponsorship deal with Crypto.com for a reported 10 years and $175 million.

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Scott Hanson Signing New Deal With NFL Media Amid Cutbacks

Scott Hanson is signing a new deal to continue hosting NFL RedZone, said sources. TV Iron Man has hosted every episode since its debut in 2009.

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