Ben Cronin, Europe Editor

Closed-door sport is forcing innovation and fresh thinking about virtual hospitality. But can it ever hope to replace the real behind-the-ropes experience? Ben Cronin reports.

ATP chairman Andrea Gaudenzi talks about a challenging first nine months as ATP chairman and explains what tennis can learn from the music industry. Ben Cronin reports.

In the latest video interview from SportBusiness, ATP chairman, Andrea Gaudenzi, speaks to Europe editor Ben Cronin about plans to resume the international tennis tour in August and his vision to centralise…

Ironman Group chief executive Andrew Messick talks about the three steps the world's largest mass participation business has taken to minimise commercial impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.

SportBusiness examines the pros and cons of some of the equipment available to reassure fans and reduce the risk of contagion when they are allowed back into sport stadiums.

Covid-19 pandemic means ‘up to 50 per cent’ of EFL clubs available for sale as distressed assets Premier League clubs thinking of selling minority shareholdings C

Mark Waller, managing director, sales and marketing, McLaren F1, talks about the difficult decision to furlough some staff members during the Covid-19 pandemic and argues the case for an even lower team cost cap in Formula 1.

Ben Cronin looks at Advance Publications and Orkila Capital's recent acquisition of Ironman, and how it will be looking to capitalize on the event despite much of the audience and participants of the mass participation series being under lockdown.

UK law firms acting for clients in the sports industry say they are dealing with an unprecedented demand for advice after the Covid-19 outbreak caused the widespread cancellation of sporting events.

The MAPFRE AM asset management fund thinks European football stocks are undervalued in comparison with US franchises. Equity portfolio manager Luis García Álvarez explains why the company is taking a bet on Ajax and Olympic Lyon

Digital advertising technology could allow Formula 1 to have up to seven different regional betting sponsors, according to the sport’s global data and betting rights partner Interregional Sports Group.