Although the Ray Rice scandal has taken over the sports headlines, there have been a number of deals announced this week in the sports arena.
Industry source say the sale of Bruce Levenson's stake in the Atlanta Hawks basketball franchise will be the polar opposite of the now infamous Clippers process.
Bioscrip has been divesting assets for a year now, but the health services company could find itself a target for both large strategic and financial players.
The Canadian financial services company expands its footprint in the animal health business by buying Pethealth, which spent only weeks on the auction block.
It's almost time to kick off the NFL season -- but, where will the Buffalo Bills play, and for which owner?
With interest in the healthcare information sector heating up, the company wants to make an acquisition by year's end to expand its geographical reach or its product offerings.
Donald Sterling, the embattled owner of the Los Angeles Clippers basketball franchise, has decided to push forward with a $1 billion lawsuit against the National Basketball Association and not pursue a $2 billion sale to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer.
'Lob City' franchise sets new valuation height in sale forced by NBA.
Adam Silver will ask league owners to eject Donald Sterling from their ranks following the release of racist comments. Sports lawyers and bankers expect a robust auction with a price potentially hitting $1 billion.
Luxury hotelier Morgans Hotel Group could receive as much as $341 million if the company elects to sell itself, according to one activist investor looking to elect a new slate of directors at the company's annual meeting.