Under Armour hopes it has found its answer to Nike’s mega-successful Jordan Brand in new brand with Steph Curry.
The price of bitcoin hit a new all-time-high on Monday, driven by institutional buying and other factors that have accelerated in 2020.
If any retailers were still in denial about the dramatic shift toward e-commerce, the pandemic took care of that quickly: e-commerce now accounts for 20% of all U.S. retail spending.
Bitcoin bulls are hoping this time latest rally is different. And it is, judging by the media coverage and general mania: there isn’t any.
Walmart's online sales rose 79% in Q3, Target's online sales rose 155% in Q3, and e-commerce as share of US retail spend grew 37% year-over-year to 14.3%.
Under Armour has backed out of another expensive university apparel sponsorship deal, its third in the past six months.
Google unveiled a major relaunch of its Google Pay app for Android and iOS, with a slew of features that amount to a competitive shot at PayPal-owned Venmo, Square Cash App, and Apple Pay.
In the latest Seton Hall Sports Poll, 67% of Americans surveyed said they will not be comfortable attending an indoor sports event without a COVID-19 vaccine.
Dimon still doesn't love bitcoin, but his rhetoric has softened, which goes hand in hand with JPM's gradual cozying to cryptocurrency and blockchain.
Kim Ng, the first female MLB team general manager, says she wants the Miami Marlins to be "seen as a pillar of the community."
Airbnb can point to its clear rebound in the third quarter, despite the pandemic, as a sign of its resiliency and future viability for investors.
The idea that the end of the pandemic will mean the end of the run for growth names like Zoom and Peloton is quite a leap.
Even as sports TV ratings dipped, DraftKings and FanDuel have seen big gains in betting customers. But both companies, along with the NFL, hope the dip was election-driven.
A new survey conducted by Harris Poll for Yahoo Finance finds that COVID-19 concerns are not the only factor keeping Americans from returning to movie theaters.
The crux of Ant’s problem: the Chinese government sees it as a bank, because it does micro-lending, and wants to regulate it as a bank.
Stay-at-home stocks like Peloton, Zoom, Slack, and Roku all dropped after vaccine news on Monday. But is the momentum for those names really over?
Voters said yes to legalizing sports betting in all three states where the question was on the ballot: Louisiana, Maryland, and South Dakota.
The COVID-19 pandemic, set to to keep millions of Americans in their homes through winter, is hastening the movie theater industry’s demise.
Jason Wright, the new president of the NFL's Washington Football Team, says explaining falling ratings for live sports is are not so simple.