Since NASCAR moved to ban Confederate flags at its events on June 10, the sport has bee in the spotlight and Bubba Wallace in particular has been "under intense scrutiny."
Former CFTC chairman Christopher Giancarlo says in a new legal paper that the cryptocurrency XRP doesn't qualify as a security. But his argument comes with a grain of salt.
The nationwide social justice protests after the death of George Floyd have triggered a reckoning for consumer brands with questionable names and logos.
Two months after launch, things are not going well for Quibi, and founder Jeffrey Katzenberg can't blame all the service's problems on the pandemic.
Two days after Bubba Wallace called for NASCAR to ban Confederate flags, NASCAR did it.
College football is moving forward with its August 29 return date, despite some players testing positive for COVID-19. The general attitude from schools is that the show must go on—because the money demands it.
After the CrossFit CEO's tweet referencing George Floyd, Reebok, which has been the exclusive apparel sponsor of the CrossFit Games since 2011, ended its sponsorship early.
New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees does not support the idea of the NFL kneeling protests returning this season.
L.A. Clippers owner and chairman Steve Ballmer thinks it will be a very long time before fans are in arenas.
Nike was the first to speak out among big sports apparel brands, which is in keeping with the brand’s advocacy for social justice reform over the past few years.
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman says the league's plan to return to play isn’t about money; the season is a financial disaster relative to normal seasons, whether it returns to wrap up or not.
Digital media companies have understood podcasts for years. Now tech giants are getting in late, but bringing big dollars to buy instant footholds.
And there’s big attention (including heavy scrutiny from lawmakers) on projects like the Facebook-led Libra Group, in which Coinbase and other big crypto companies, along with tech investment firms, are members.
Bitcoin is up 94% from March 16 through May 19, a suggestion that some investors do see it as a hedge during the uncertainty of the pandemic.
George Foreman III, a former pro boxer who owns a chain of boxing gyms, expects boutique fitness classes will have to shrink to adjust to the new coronavirus normal.
MLS is more dependent on game day revenues than any of the other leagues, so playing in empty stadiums would be a huge loss.
One way for Under Armour can revive growth is to pull back, get smaller, and focus more on profits.
On Monday evening, the bitcoin Halving will arrive for the third time in bitcoin’s history. What does it mean for the price of bitcoin?