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  1. 5 Lessons That Athletes Can Teach Investors

    Discover the lessons great athletes can teach investors about building wealth and ...
  2. 3 Changes to the Economics of the English Premier ...

    Discover how record TV deals, recent rule changes and U.S. investors are helping ...
  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.
  5. What Does the NCAA Really Net from March Madness?

    The NCAA rakes in a lot of money from the popular tournament known as March Madness, ...
  6. The Economics Behind Sneakers (NKE, ADDYY)

    Find out how limited supplies and celebrity endorsements drive the $50 billion sneaker ...
  1. Under Armour Signs New Sponsorship Deal (UA)

    Under Armour signed a new deal with UCLA to provide footwear and apparel for the ...
  2. Foot Locker Stock Plunges on Q1 Revenue Miss ...

    Foot Locker is working through an environment where consumers are not only changing ...
  3. Can Captain America Rescue Disney? (DIS)

    Disney's success in the theaters hasn't been enough to offset struggles in the living ...
  4. For Nike, there is no China Slowdown (NKE)

    The athletic company has done tremendously well in China despite a slowing economy. ...
  5. Lululemon Earnings Top Estimates, Shares Rise ...

    Shares of Lululemon are up 9.7% to $67.20 Wednesday morning, marking a stark turnaround ...
  6. The Economics Behind Sneakers (NKE, ADDYY)

    Find out how limited supplies and celebrity endorsements drive the $50 billion sneaker ...
  1. Why is Manchester United (MANU) carrying so much debt?

    Learn how the Glazer family incurred substantial debt for its takeover of Manchester United, and understand how that debt ...
  2. What are Manchester United's (MANU) largest revenue sources?

    Learn what Manchester United's largest revenue sources are and how they fluctuate year over year based on the team's performance.
  3. Does Manchester United (MANU) own Old Trafford stadium?

    Find out who owns Old Trafford Stadium, what the implications of that are, and what it means for Manchester United fans and ...
  4. 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 ...
  1. Host Nations That Owned The Podium At The Olympics

    These nations finished at or near the top of the medal table during the Olympic Games ...
  2. Most Expensive Events To Attend At The Olympics

    For a sports fan, attending the Olympics can be a dream come true, but it doesn't ...
  3. Most Expensive Rounds Of Golf

    These golf courses are some of the most expensive to play at.
  4. 5 Top-Grossing Olympic Athletes

    These Olympic superstars not only win plenty of medals, but they make a lot of money ...
  5. 5 Iconic Olympic Sponsors

    These companies are well-known Olympic Sponsors.
  6. 8 Money-Saving Tips For Sports Fans

    Here are a few tips for getting your sports fix and saving some money in the process. ...
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