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Not only did Sidney Crosby’s life change when the already popular Pittsburgh Penguins star scored the winning overtime goal in the gold medal game against the United States on Sunday. So too did the life of Brian Ehrenworth.
The embattled golfer was dropped by Gatorade, CNBC confirmed on Friday.
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Even though investors get another dose of Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke in Washington, D.C., the problems in Greece have crept back to the forefront of investor concerns. The issue today is whether the country can cut the budget enough to help the situation. And the big deal on Wall Street involves Coca-Cola and Coca-Cola Enterprises.
There are a lot of unanswered questions that will come out of Tiger Woods’ news conference, but the most valuable one focuses on how indefinite the world’s best golfer was about his return.
Tiger Woods is told his family, friends and fans that he plans to return to golf one day, but that he is not sure when that will be. He said he would not rule out his return being this year.
There was so much hope behind American skier Lindsey Vonn that many of forgot about Julia Mancuso. But focus is now on the 25-year-old beauty after she finished behind Vonn in the downhill and also took the silver in the combined yesterday.
'It was almost 14 years ago that I uttered those very words to you to announce my debut into professional golf. Today, it obviously comes with a much different tone.' That's how I think Tiger Woods should start off his statement tomorrow.
Before Bode Miller won the bronze in the downhill yesterday, we spoke with him about that "60 Minutes" interview, how people perceive him and what, if anything, he'll do to change it.
Betting that shoppers will want to look like the athletes on the medal stand, Macy’s, Polo Ralph Lauren, Target, Nike and others are outfitting their stores with apparel collections inspired by the games.
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Intent on locking up one of the odds-on favorites to be an NFL superstar, Nike has signed former Nebraska defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh to a contract.
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I wrote a blog yesterday about how Nike Golf had scaled back the presence of Tiger Woods on its Web site and mentioned that Nike Brand President Charlie Denson had admitted that company officials expected to see a short term impact on Woods' absence from the game. How much of an impact? Not as much as you think.
Tiger Woods' indefinite leave has affected how the world's No. 1 golfer is featured on the Nike Golf Web site. Instead of the usual Tiger on the brand's front page it's now occupied by pictures of Justin Leonard and Paul Casey. In fact, Woods isn't even featured on the athlete page. The athlete on the top of that page is Stephen Ames.
It appears Google is going to play hardball with China.
Online spending increased substantially this holiday, even though it's still a small player in the overall scheme of retail. Still, most economic experts say America has too many stores, and 2010 will see more shrinkage in the brick and mortar world.
AT&T dropped its endorsement deal with Tiger Woods on Thursday morning. So what does that mean for Tiger?