When Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao face each other late Saturday evening, it will be, most likely, the most lucrative fight ever. And some companies are poised to capitalize.
What was once an afterthought, left to NFL insiders and rabid fans, is now a massive three-day event involving lots of investment and public companies.
For years, the rule helped drive ticket sales. But blackouts are rare these days and aren't needed because of television and technology.
A few sportswear companies have managed to grab the most coveted space during March Madness: player's jerseys and shoes.
The networks win the most in the NCAA Tournament, but several companies balance traditional and digital media to maximize return on investment.
Nike co-founder and huge Oregon benefactor Phil Knight went out of his way to congratulate Ohio State Monday night. Here's why.
Under Armour remains small compared to Nike, but they're spoiling for a fight and 2015 will solidify that Nike has a true competitor that it hasn't seen in decades.
Analysts have discussed the end of cable bundling for years, but major media companies are being much more active in preparing for the day it might actually happen.
Tiger Woods' new bad press either marks the bottom for the golf business or shows just how bad things are -- and they may get worse.
Some small operators may be gone in a year and some complicated extraction sites may no longer be drilled. Real estate and geography are now as important as drilling innovation.