Finance & Law

Monumental Sports & Entertainment, parent organization of several North American pro teams, is stopping promotion of its FTX partnership after the cryptocurrency exchange filed for bankruptcy

Men's tennis' ATP Tour and the ATP Challenger Tour player compensation will rise by $37.5m (€36.2m) in 2023 to $217.9m, marking the largest single-season increase for the men's tour.

MLB club to become part of its own publicly traded company

United States-based global gaming and entertainment company TSM is suspending its 10-year naming rights deal with FTX after the cryptocurrency exchange filed for bankruptcy

Global strategic investment firm Manhattan West has been named the lead investor of Formula 1 Exhibition, the motorsport series' international traveling exhibition and immersive experience concept which …

Latest results extend year of growth for sports data and technology company

Tennis in the Land, the Cleveland, Ohio-based Women’s Tennis Association 250 tournament, has secured a multiyear partnership with Rock Entertainment Group (REG) to drive commercial growth around the e…

German sportswear manufacturer Adidas has announced that it has successfully placed two bonds in an amount worth €1bn ($1.04bn) in total.

LaLiga, the organising body of the top two divisions of Spanish club football, saw revenues increase by 1.2 per cent to €1.94bn ($2.03bn) for the year ending June 2022, while losses were reduced to €6.1m,

The UK government has today (Tuesday) launched a review into whether its free-to-air ‘listed events’ rules should be reformed to accommodate changes in the broadcast and consumption of major sporting eve…

Ingmar De Vos has been re-elected to serve a third and final term as president of the International Equestrian Federation (FEI)

In this week’s episode, podcast co-hosts Eric Fisher and Chris Russo interview Jesse Cole, owner of the Savannah Bananas. Fisher and Russo also discuss the still-turbulent world of sports streaming amid a new batch of third-quarter earnings reports, the strategic merger between Major League Pickleball and the Vibe Pickleball League, the collapse of cryptocurrency exchange FTX that has led to a bankruptcy filing and dissolution of some sports sponsorships, the National Basketball Association’s move to heighten its strategic investment activity, and deepened chaos for prominent social media platform Twitter under new owner Elon Musk.

Mukesh Ambani, one of India's wealthiest and most prominent businessmen, is interested in buying English Premier League club Liverpool, according to UK newspaper The Mirror

Beleaguered cryptocurrency exchange FTX has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in the United States, putting all the company's multiple global sports sponsorship deals in danger of collapse

WME, IMG, and UFC parent points to inherent strength in company

Viaplay Group, the international subscription streaming broadcaster, will not launch in German-speaking markets as planned next year amid wider cost-cutting initiatives

New lawsuit claims team, league misled consumers regarding workplace misconduct probe