Governance

The Los Angeles Dodgers have added two entrepreneurs to the Major League Baseball team's ownership group. Robert L. Plummer – the chairman and chief executive of R.P. Lumber Co., a

Ex-Premier League and Liverpool chief executive Rick Parry is set to become the new chairman of the English Football League, which operates the three divisions below the top flight

Indonesian youth and sports minister Imam Nahrawi resigned yesterday, after being accused of stealing Rp26.5bn ($1.8m, €1.62m) of public money.

Fifa's president Gianni Infantino has called Iran's ban on women attending football matches "unacceptable" and called for it to be lifted

Jake Reynolds has been named the new president of the New Jersey Devils, effective immediately, and will oversee will all business, revenue, strategy and operations for the National Hockey League team.

Denni Strich, a leading commercial executive at the German Football Federation (DFB), is leaving the national football federation after nearly 18 years in various positions

Golf’s Ladies European Tour (LET) has commenced a search for a new chief executive after announcing that Mark Lichtenhein will step down from the position.

India should consider legalising sports betting and introducing legislation to deal with match-fixing, Ajit Singh Shekhawat, the head of the Anti-Corruption Unit at the Board of Control for Cricket in…

As widely expected, the National Basketball Association's NBA Board of Governors has unanimously approved the sale of the Brooklyn Nets to Alibaba co-founder Joe Tsai

The city of Las Vegas is not immediately recognizable for its reputation as a sports hub. Bob Williams looks at how it is transitioning "from the entertainment capital of the world to the sports and entertainment capital of the world".

The death of former Conmebol president Nicolás Leoz has brought South American football one step closer to closing the book on an era of corruption. As global agencies and investment funds are taking advantage of the power vacuum, Callum McCarthy examines the current landscape and asks if and when that book can be closed for good.

With a former Infront executive under investigation for defrauding sponsors of the German Football Association, Frank Dunne explains how the scandal has affected both the agency and the already-embattled DFB, and how brands can ensure they're getting what they pay for from their partnerships.

The IAAF has renegotiated a controversial contract with Dentsu agreed by its former president Lamine Diack. SportBusiness has seen a copy of the agreement and a letter from the IAAF's lawyer in which he describes some of the 'unusual provisions'. Ben Cronin reports.

Issa Hayatou, the former president of the Confederation of African Football, has returned to the sport in an advisory role for the sports ministry in his native Cameroon

The Chinese government on Tuesday evening announced a raft of measures to stimulate the country's sports industry, including stronger intellectual property rights protection and tax incentives

UsigRai, the journalists’ union of public-service broadcaster Rai, and the Italian division of Amnesty International have stepped up their pressure on Italian football stakeholders regarding the staging o…

The changing media landscape may lead to significant drops in media-rights income for unprepared sports rights-holders, Javier Tebas, president of Spanish football's LaLiga, has warned

National Women's Hockey League team Boston Pride has been taken over by a group of investors, led by Cannon Capital managing partner Miles Arnone

Fifa considers India “the next nut to crack” in terms of football’s sporting and commercial development in Asia, the confederation’s chief commercial officer Philippe Le Floc’h has said. Le Fl

Petros Mavroidis, one of Uefa’s financial fair play investigators, has resigned from European football’s governing body over its handling of the case against French champions Paris Saint-Germain.

League, union decisions to stay in current labor deal is marked shift in tenor from the last quarter century of hockey labor relations

The Brooklyn Nets' reboot will continue with the appointment of former Turner president David Levy as the organization’s new chief executive officer, according to ESPN.

Jeevan Ram Shrestha has been re-elected president of the Nepal Olympic Committee at the organisation's elective general assembly

Shaikh Salman bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa, president of the Asian Football Confederation, last week met with Fifa president Gianni Infantino to discuss topics including greater cooperation between the global…

Jamie Reigle, executive vice-president of business operations at NFL American football franchise the Los Angeles Rams, has today (Monday) been appointed as the new chief executive of electric car-racing…

The Afghanistan Cricket Board has postponed the start of the second season of its Afghanistan Premier League T20 cricket competition due to missing payments from the league’s commercial partner, Snixer S…

The new central board of basketball's world governing body Fiba had the first meeting of its 2019-2023 term in Beijing on Saturday, with various appointments being made to complete its composition

Fifa has named the five members of the 'normalisation committee' it is appointing to run the Pakistan Football Federation, following its rejection in June of the election of Syed Ashfaq Hussain Shah as…

Michael Jordan is selling a significant stake in the Charlotte Hornets to two New York-based investors – but he will remain the majority owner of the National Baseball Association franchise.

Major League Soccer team Chicago Fire has announced that long-time chairman and owner Andrew Hauptman has sold his controlling interest in the club to Joe Mansueto

The International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) has announced today (Friday) that former president Bruno Grandi, who led the organisation from 1997 to 2016, has passed away at the age of 85

World football’s governing body Fifa has issued a life ban to former South American Football Confederation (Conmebol) president Juan Ángel Napout, more than a year after he was sentenced to a nine-year pr…

The NCAA has continued to push back against proposed legislation in California which is aimed at giving college athletes a chance to earn endorsement money, saying the bill is "harmful" and "unconstitutional"

The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has opted to take control of the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) after a dispute with six of the seven owners of the domestic Twenty20 competition’s franchises.

Professional service group PwC has been selected to support the substantial reform process for the Confederation of African Football (CAF) being overseen by Fifa, as initial meetings on the matter flagged…

Seiko Hashimoto, a female Japanese lawmaker and former Olympian, has been appointed the country's new Olympics minister in a cabinet reshuffle by prime minister Shinzo Abe

Sports media and technology firm Deltatre has teamed up with US virtual reality company LiveLike to produce a joint solution for sports and entertainment clients, while it has also appointed Adam Nightingale…