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The Ultimate Fighting Championship is hoping market its own brand of mixed martial arts in Asia by going local.
A gift by the McCormack family, announced Wednesday, will ensure that McCormack's legacy will be lasting.
The Melbourne Cup may be known as the race that stops the nation, but with the big event expected to generate over A$700 million for the Australian economy, it could also be known as the race that's supports the nation.
An extensive survey of retailers by CNBC reflected that many considered the LeBron 8, which hit stores last week, a good sell. Another described sales as average, while one retailer said sales were miserable.
When buying a boat, there is but one fundamental principle to follow, according to those who already have some cash moored somewhere nice: enjoy it.
In the last month, thanks in part to the discussion over NFL hits and concussions, the athletic protective gear industry has been buzzing. And while there’s plenty of focus on helmets, the most revolutionary game changing product might be Evoshield, which hits mass retailers in January.
Although relatively uncommon, sports franchises do go bankrupt from time to time. Which major professional teams have gone bankrupt? Click to find out!
When the Tampa Bay Rays gave away 20,000 free tickets to their regular season home finale, many in the sports world were confused. No matter what your attendance is, how could you ever give away your product? Well, one sports executive, whose organization actually gives away all its tickets, thinks that the Rays should give away tickets to every game next year if it wants to increase revenues.
It's 1:15 p.m. and two newspaper vendors are furiously wheeling their steel newspaper carts around the building crowds coming to nearby AT&T Park to see Game 1 of the World Series in San Francisco.
StubHub PR rep Vanessa Barbieri says the most expensive ticket sold so far on StubHub for tonight's game is for seats right behind home plate in the Dugout Club.
Nolan Ryan and Chuck Greenberg's $593 million purchase of the Texas Rangers in a bankruptcy auction was only approved on August 12. Yet, here they are in the World Series. That got us thinking, over the last 30 years, what was the quickest amount of days to a title?
Ray Thibodeau says it's time to spread the wealth. Thibodeau works as a debt specialist at a well-known firm in the Bay Area. Given the current political climate there, he sent out this plea on Craigslist:
Last week, upon hearing that an auction featuring many of Kirk Gibson’s items from 1988 World Series didn’t have his famous home run ball included, we issued an APB for the ball, which has never surfaced in the collecting circles. We received over 250 e-mails with supposed tips, with 31 people claiming that either they had it or they knew who had it.
The world’s most famous octopus, which correctly predicted the winner of this year's World Cup, has died, the Oberhausen Sea Life Centre in Germany announced Tuesday in a statement.
Nike proved why it's the most bold company in the world, with LeBron's excellent new spot coinciding with the nationwide launch of the LeBron 8's tomorrow.
With Auburn currently in line to play for the national championship and with Nike relaunching his Air Trainer from Nike 1986 (now called the Air Trainer 1.2), we thought it was the perfect time to briefly sit down with two-sport great Bo Jackson.
To get an idea of which seats are the most expensive in the NBA, ticket search engine FanSnap.com generated the top 10 average listing prices by game. Here's what they found!
What makes a defensive player more marketable? If it’s big hits, does that mean that the NFL’s announcement that hits that could cause head and neck injuries will affect the commercial potential of defensive players? One marketing executive says no.
A representative for Wrangler who has been handling the Brett Favre situation called the manager of Jenn Sterger, who the quarterback allegedly sent racy text and voice messages to when she was a Jets employee.
Last year, we received great feedback when we did a Q & A with Leroy Smith, the man who motivized Michael Jordan. Well, we’re bringing you another classic Q &A, this time with Norman Tugwater, the fantasy sports lawyer who sues on behalf of workhorse athletes. If the name sounds familiar, it’s because you’ve seen him in vitaminwater energy commercials.
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