The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame had no problem inducting two marketable bands like KISS and Nirvana this year. It just didn't want to induct of their members. Who do they think they are, The Eagles?
The Final Four rolls into town promising untold wealth for its host cities. Once college basketball leaves, however, stadium debt is often all that remains.
By airing NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament games live on multiple channels and streaming them on one mobile app, CBS and Turner set the template for every televised sports championship that followed.
St. Patrick's Day is a great day for parades and celebrating Irish culture, but a terrible time for a beer. Packed pubs, high prices and roving police are great arguments against having a pint today.
South By Southwest still has its music and film festivals, but there's a business-casual purpose to its partying. That's not going to sit well with cranks and purists, but it shouldn't.
St. Patrick's Day and its packed pubs, quickly poured beers, plastic cups, spilled product and piles of supermarket Guinness provide a sales bump for the beer industry, but a terrible drinking experience.
With St. Patrick's Day just a few days away, it might be nice to consider a few Irish beer options that aren't stacked at the end of a supermarket aisle or poured into a plastic cup.
The NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament brings in more ad money and draws more eyeballs that the NFL playoffs and Super Bowl combined. In this game, championships don't matter.
Major League Soccer is bringing in more fans, bringing U.S. stars like Michael Bradley back and bringing its 'A' game during a World Cup year. After this season, though, it gets a little murky.
After being the targets of public outrage for much of the economic crisis and recession, executives aren't doing themselves any favors by coming across as cheats, sexists and psychopaths in recent surveys.