FINANCE & LAW PORTAL

The Bucks are looking to capitalize on their historic NBA championship run to spur commercial growth both locally and overseas, team president Peter Feigin tells Bob Williams

In this week’s episode, podcast co-hosts Eric Fisher and Chris Russo interview George Pyne, Bruin Capital founder and chief executive. Eric and Chris also discuss the ongoing Tokyo Olympics, tension surrounding the planned shift of the Universities of Texas and Oklahoma to the Southeastern Conference, and Barstool Sports’ acquisition of both the naming and media rights for the Arizona Bowl.

In this week’s episode, podcast co-hosts Eric Fisher and Chris Russo interview Swin Cash, vice president of basketball operations and team development for the National Basketball Association’s New Orleans Pelicans. Eric and Chris also discuss the state of college football in the wake of a potential move to the Southeastern Conference by the Universities of Texas and Oklahoma, and the still-rising market for non-fungible tokens (NFTs).

Sacramento Kings majority owner Vivek Ranadivé has increased his stake in the National Basketball Association team, while Texas-based sports investment fund Arctos Sports Partners has also acquired a …

Florida-based alternative investment firm gains control of Italy's oldest club

Canadian blockchain company more than triples its prior valuation

Indian pay-television broadcaster Sony Pictures Networks and media company Zee Entertainment have announced plans to merge into a publicly-listed company

Private equity houses have been examining a host of league investment opportunities across European football with Serie A, Bundesliga and La Liga all reported to be examining the idea of selling stakes…

As Serie A weighs up six proposals from private investors, Ben Marlow, managing director, Asia Pacific, for football consultancy firm 21st Club, explains the sudden interest in the league and tells editorial…

In part 2 of our cricket roundtable interview with Clare Connor, managing director of Women's cricket at the ECB, Jake Lush McCrum, chief operations officer for the Rajasthan Royals and Richard Gould,…

US gaming operator looks to significantly expand its global profile

World Athletics managed to rebuild its cash reserves by 17 per cent to $40m (€34.1m) in 2020 thanks to a further payment of $6.8

Nearly 60 per cent of football executives believe that sports organisations should focus primarily on controlling costs rather than increasing revenues, according to the findings of an annual survey conducted…

Football-focused non-fungible token trading platform Sorare has claimed a record-breaking fundraising round of $680m (€579.9

Global sports icon increases his industry presence with heightened company role

Manchester United registered a net loss of £92.2m ($126.1m/€107.7m) for the year ending June 30, 2021 as the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic continued to show in its financial results.

Juventus has seen its losses more than double to a record high of €209.9m ($245.7m) for the year ending June 30, 2021, as the Italian Serie A club saw Covid-19 badly affect its business model.

In this week’s episode, podcast co-hosts Eric Fisher and Chris Russo interview Jon Patricof, Athletes Unlimited chief executive and co-founder. Eric and Chris also discuss the state of Major League Baseball coming out of its recent All-Star Game, Bruin Capital’s entry into legal sports betting with its acquisition of Oddschecker Global Media, and the landmark ticketing deal between SeatGeek and BSE Global.

One of the most active private equity companies in sport believes the carrot of $600m can bring together the warring factions in tennis, but Ben Cronin wonders if the task might be more challenging than it proved with the Six Nations rugby tournament.

Gelu Maravela, founding partner at independent law firm MPR Partners, asks if broadcasters infringed on footballer Christian Eriksen's rights to privacy when they showed him suffering a cardiac arrest during the recent Euro 2020 tournament

In this week’s episode, podcast co-hosts Eric Fisher and Chris Russo interview John Levy, theScore founder and chief executive. Eric and Chris also discuss the state of the National Basketball Association amid the ongoing 2021 Finals, the increasing role of ABC in Walt Disney Co.’s sports rights deployment, and the future of the XFL and Canadian Football League following their abandonment of a potential business collaboration.