His corporate aspirations are fascinating, but are they really going to work?
Freakonomics assembles a panel of sports business stars to discuss economics. And I determine if salary drives a players career path.
Why finance and orchestrate a match between tennis' two greatest players when people don't like the sport any more? A big marketing ploy.
Who wins and who loses when college football has an unpredictable season?
Another twofer blog post--If Bonds is guilty, then Rodriguez benefits, but why are we not thinking about how big that if is?
Super Bowl Adverts almost gone and Verizon streaming
MLB got busted by the Boing Boing blog when it switched it's online game providers.
My idea has been scooped by the New York Times. Again.
Fox is making an action figure out of its unpopular robot and people are totally stoked. Except for one thing--psyche!
$350 million is the price tag. And I say, this story is more than just sports, or business.
Joe Nocera writes in Play magazine about Sky Boxes permeating the NCAA landscape.
What are you worth? Probably not as much as Tony Romo, the Dallas Cowboys quarterback who took out a $30 million dollar insurance policy on himself.
Chris Isadore at CNN makes a pro A-ROD argument and I take a light jab at the Marlins.
I hate just about everything except march madness when it comes to college sports and this is why.
Football goes international.