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The NCAA lawsuit in context

Aug 15, 2014
The NCAA lost a lawsuit in its battle over collegiate athlete likenesses. What does that mean?
Posted In: NCAA, college, antitrust, Sports

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

Can you sue GoPro if you crash your bike?

Aug 5, 2014
Devices and apps will face lawsuits from daredevils, but probably won't lose.
Posted In: GoPro, lawsuits, Sports

Meet the baseball player who invented the high five

Jul 31, 2014
Mike Jacobs on Grantland’s short documentary, "30 for 30: The High Five".
Posted In: baseball, high five, Grantland, culture, Sports
Misha Neal

Competitive swimming struggles to stay afloat

Jul 29, 2014
Parents and kids often overlook swimming when choosing an organized sport.
Posted In: swimming, Sports, competition, kids

How LeBron James is changing how athletes are paid

Jul 4, 2014
More athletes are making their money off the court than on it.
Posted In: basketball, Sports, LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony

GoPro goes public

Jun 26, 2014
It's popular among the surfer set, but what about growth opportunities?
Posted In: GoPro, cameras, Sports

Sweeping the World Cup office pool

Jun 13, 2014
So you and everyone else picked Brazil to win the World Cup. What next?
Posted In: Sports, World Cup
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
Manager David Moyes of Manchester United reacts to goal

Fire a failing manager and other lessons from sports

Apr 22, 2014
The soccer team Manchester United sacked its manager after less than a season. How does business operate?
Posted In: Manchester United, Sports, soccer, football

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