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Eamon Matthews

When it comes to rugby, the US is a developing market

Oct 31, 2014
The sport returns to the Olympics in 2016.
Posted In: rugby, Olympics, business of sports

The 'blackout rule' is out because football is more popular than it used to be

Sep 30, 2014
David Gura talks to Kenneth Shropshire of Wharton Sports Business Initiative.
Posted In: business of sports, NFL, blackout rule

Extending the female athlete spotlight past Mo'Ne Davis

Aug 22, 2014
Mo'Ne Davis is held out as a sensation and pioneer for women in sports.
Posted In: business of sports, women
golfing

The U.S. Open is rolling, for mini golf

Aug 15, 2014
Prizes are small, but there’s enough action to sustain a pro circuit.
Posted In: business of sports, Golf, prizes, competition

Baseball players make out like one-percenters

Aug 15, 2014
Like other top earners, their pay went up much faster than the average worker's.
Posted In: baseball, Sports, business of sports
Nike Football ad

Advertising at the World Cup is a different ball game

Jun 19, 2014
There aren't as many breaks for 30-second puppy ads.
Posted In: World Cup, advertising, business of sports
Leigh Steinberg

Sports agent Leigh Steinberg on pro football's rise

May 5, 2014
Inside the mind and career of longtime sports agent Leigh Steinberg.
Posted In: Sports, NFL, business of sports

Big money at stake in one USC football game

Nov 29, 2013
Will the University of Southern California's quest to hire a star coach for its football team be cut short by a victory in Saturday's game?
Posted In: college, Sports, athletics, college sports, business of sports

Professional wrestling: Sport, farce, art

Nov 4, 2013
The new book "The Squared Circle: Life, Death, and Professional Wrestling" takes a look at the history of the pop cultural juggernaut.
Posted In: wrestling, business of sports

Consider the basketball: NBA swaps out balls for a new crop

Oct 25, 2013
Spalding is rushing to make basketballs with the new NBA commissioner’s autograph so they’re ready when he takes office.
Posted In: NBA, David Stern, basketball, business of sports, Sports

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