NFL team owners on Thursday voted to approve a new collective bargaining agreement, but the players are unlikely to vote yes in its current form.
After 17 years of the "Rooney Rule" the NFL's head coach diversity has not improved. Here's how the other big sports leagues stack up.
The White House pardoned Eddie DeBartolo Jr., former owner of the 49ers. Why now? Think Ohio politics and Trump's football history.
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell spoke quite a bit about cryptocurrency in his testimony on Capitol Hill Tuesday.
Lightning Labs scores $10 million in funding and launches Loop, an app for merchants to use Lightning Network for faster payments.
With streaming in focus, it makes sense that Disney reportedly paid $75 million for the rights to release a film version of "Hamilton."
Netflix leads all studios for Academy Award nominations this year with 24. But do awards really matter for the streaming company's business?
Comcast is pooling from all of its divisions and broadcast partners—even theme parks—for its new sports tech accelerator.
Cincinnati Reds pitcher Trevor Bauer spoke with Yahoo Finance about the Astros cheating scandal and why he thinks Commissioner Rob Manfred has done a decent job managing it.
Jeff Luhnow is the latest McKinsey alum to get in trouble—and McKinsey wrote a glowing profile of him in 2018 that has not aged well.
The College Football Playoff is a money-making machine, regardless how many teams — four or eight — go to the finals.