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NY Giants Catch NFL’s First Crypto Partner

The NFL has scored its first-ever cryptocurrency partner, and the New York Giants called the play.

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New Super League Tries Luring Top Golfers

A group of investors is attempting to attract golf stars to a super league with tournaments around the globe.

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Peloton Recalls Treadmills, Stock Tumbles

Peloton is recalling its Tread and Tread+ treadmills after dozens of reported injuries and one death related to the machines.

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Activision Blizzard Rides Gaming Surge

Activision Blizzard’s revenue climbed due to the strength of its flagship titles like Call of Duty, Candy Crush, and World of Warcraft.

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Under Armour Rallies in Q1

Under Armour posted strong Q1 results, with $1.26 billion in revenue due to a 35% increase in sales from a year ago.

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NBA Play-In Tourney Sparks Drama On, Off Court

Big NBA stars are objecting to the new play-in tournament, but the league may be swayed by the revenue it brings.

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What The Verizon-Apollo Megadeal Means

Verizon is unloading its major media properties, Yahoo and AOL, to major investment firm Apollo Global Management.

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Anger Toward Manchester United Owners Spills Onto Field

Manchester United fans stormed the stadium, shouting and setting off flares. Anger against team owners swelled after the Super League fiasco.

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The Kentucky Derby Might Be The Most Expensive Two Minutes In Sports

Some know the Kentucky Derby just for its fancy hats and horses, but the competition has become a cultural statement for the rich.

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Peacock’s Sports Programming Helps Comcast Climb

Peacock has helped Comcast soar to new heights based on its latest earnings report. The service has reached 42 million sign-ups in the U.S.

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