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Why do we pay $100 to watch a fight?
It comes with the territory, and soon every sport could be pay-per-view.
Apple reports record profits in first quarter
It sold 78 million iPhones in three months.
What a 48-team World Cup means for FIFA — and soccer fans
Soccer's international governing body hopes to move past its corruption scandal and expand the World Cup. Will it generate more money in the process?
2016 wage growth: good but not great
The U.S. economy added 178,000 jobs in November, with the unemployment rate declining to 4.6 percent. Forecasts had predicted a net gain of around 180,000, jobs, a signal of steady hiring in the labor market. Though average hourly earnings declined last month, wages have been trending up for some time. But there’s still room for […]
Facebook performs well, but hints at a slowdown next year
The company is on pace to reach $27 billion in revenue this year.
How movie tracking has changed
Polls can estimate a movie's numbers even before the flick is released, a practice that has changed with social media.
Concert industry headed for a record year
The top of the earnings list leans heavily on the back catalog.