Shark Tank personality and Fubu founder Daymond John says the shopping mall might be dead, and the only thing that can save it is stores like Apple and Abercrombie that provide an experience you can only have in person.
An activist investor is pushing for Barnes & Noble to sell itself-- and the brick-and-mortar book chain still has appeal for the right buyer. Walmart has considered buying Barnes & Noble in the past.
Shark Tank's Daymond John has teamed with Bob Evans Farms to give mentoring sessions to three military-veteran entrepreneurs. He explains why he believes veterans make excellent CEOs.
Formula E, the three-year-old, all-electric car racing series, is ramping up its roster of big automakers, thanks to the industrywide electric trend.
Time Inc., the magazine empire that owns Time, Fortune, and Sports Illustrated, announced in April it is not for sale. But sources say that's not quite true, and that Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, among others, "kicked the tires."
Paul Rabil, the best lacrosse player in the world and the face of the sport, discusses how athletes can succeed in business off the field, and how Major League Lacrosse can grow bigger and attract more fans.
Adidas is on fire in the American sneaker market, gaining market share and retaining cool factor. Sneaker fans say it's all thanks to Kanye West, but not everyone agrees that he deserves the credit.
Amazon is eating the world. As it continues to gobble up companies through M&A-- most recently, Whole Foods-- it's worth looking at whether and when it might court attention from federal antitrust regulators.
ESPN digital executives, along with SportsCenter anchor Jemele Hill, responded to the recent narrative that the sports network has a liberal slant.
Golf equipment sales are down and the financials look bad for recreational golf. But the outlook for pro golf looks a lot healthier, especially after the Travelers Championship, and that could help buoy the recreational side.
From May 2016 to May 2017, Adidas nearly doubled its share of the US athletic footwear market. Here's why Adidas has been quickly gaining on Nike in America.
Kik Messenger, a text and video chat app that has been around since 2010, has a new plan to monetize its service without ads: sell digital tokens in an initial coin offering.
ESPN has seen subscriptions dip and recently laid off 100 on-air personalities. Our new Yahoo Finance podcast takes a look at the sports cable giant's future.
The hottest new way to raise money for blockchain-based companies is an ICO-- initial coin offering. What is an ICO? Here's a handy explainer.
DraftKings and FanDuel, the two biggest daily fantasy sports startups, announced last year their intention to merge to one company. Now the FTC, along with attorneys general in California and Washington DC, are challenging the merger in court.
Uber's CEO Travis Kalanick is taking a leave of absence from the company to deal with personal grief but also amidst a slew of problems at the company. There's a case to be made that it would be better for Uber if he does not return.
The Golden State Warriors are often called Silicon Valley's sports team, and indeed, their 2017 championship run perfectly mirrors the moneyed culture of venture capitalists in the Valley. That's a problem for the NBA and Adam Silver.
Adidas announced it has entered an extensive long-term partnership with Arizona State University to conduct research into athlete performance, product design, diversity, and sustainability. The pact even involves Adidas installing ASU faculty members.
World-famous futurist Ray Kurzweil believes there's a future for digital currency, but says he is not bullish on bitcoin because of its volatility.
The price of bitcoin is soaring, and so is the price of ether, the token of the Ethereum blockchain. Now companies are racing to build apps on top of Ethereum, and one interesting case is DAO.Casino, which has built an online gambling protocol for Ethereum.
In the voice-activated smart home speaker race, Amazon is winning by a wide margin. Google, and Apple, late to the game with its HomePod, have a lot of ground to gain.
At its annual developer conference WWDC, Apple unveiled the HomePod, its new Siri-enabled home speaker that will compete with Amazon Echo and Google Home. Here are the full details we know so far.
A new book about Muhammad Ali, one year after his death, focuses on his four-year court trial for refusing to fight in the war in Vietnam when he was drafted.
Tiger Woods was arrested over the weekend for a DUI. Will his remaining sponsors, a list that includes Nike, Rolex, Bridgestone, and TaylorMade, feel pressure to drop him?