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    See why the conventional wisdom about the World Cup — that it boosts economic activity ...
  2. Do the Olympics Boost Market Performance?

    Learn about the economics of the Olympics, and why estimates about stock market boosts ...
  3. How New Pro Athletes Can Secure Their Finances

    You’ve made it to the show. That means now is the best time to look beyond your playing ...
  4. When It Pays to Join a Golf Club

    If you play enough golf, it might just be time to consider joining a golf club.
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    The average 30-second Super Bowl cost marketers $5 million in 2016. But these companies ...
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    Prices for wings, avocados and TVs are all coming down, which will make your Super ...
  1. Lululemon Earnings Top Estimates, Shares Rise ...

    Shares of Lululemon are up 9.7% to $67.20 Wednesday morning, marking a stark turnaround ...
  2. What to Expect From Fitbit's Earnings (FIT)

    The implied lack of confidence by Fitbit insiders selling their shares will resonate ...
  3. These Free Super Bowl Ads Happened (BUD)

    The average 30-second Super Bowl cost marketers $5 million in 2016. But these companies ...
  4. Are Super Bowl Ads Worth Their High Cost?

    Are Super Bowl ads worth the investment? A look at the cost and how they're received.
  5. Trading Guns and Ammo (RGR, SWHC)

    Gun and ammo stocks offer a limited number of ways to play this true blue American ...
  6. The Economics Behind Marathons

    Marathons are growing in popularity at a record pace. Entry into these events commands ...
  1. What's the biggest sports endorsement deal ever signed?

    The largest athlete endorsement deal exceeds $180 million over the course of 13 years and belongs to famous Chicago Bull ...
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