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Friday, October 24, 2014

Sports Business

Nike wants Jimbo Fisher to not let his son wear Under Armour

Jimbo Fisher and his son shared a great moment back in November after Florida State came away with a huge win over Miami. You would have to be cold-hearted to not crack a smile watching 9-year-old Ethan sprint into his dad’s arms. The folks at Nike were frowning. The Wall Street Journal has uncovered an…Read More

Cowboys print and send playoff tickets to season ticket holders

If the Dallas Cowboys silence their critics and reach the postseason in 2014, we already know what the tickets to the games will look like. How? Because the team has already printed them. As ESPN’s Darren Rovell revealed on Friday, Cowboys season ticket holders received a sheet of playoff tickets with their season ticket packages…Read More

Sydney Leroux partners with Kobe Bryant’s drink company

One of our favorite soccer players in the world is officially partners with Kobe Bryant and his sports drink. Bryant, who owns more than a 10% stake in BodyArmor Super Drink, announced on Thursday that Sydney Leroux is the first female athlete the beverage company has signed. “Proud to announce @drinkbodyarmor has signed our first…Read More

Michael Jordan officially a billionaire?

Michael Jordan is finally a billionaire, according to an article that was published in Forbes on Thursday. Jordan, who earns an estimated $90 million per year through endorsement deals, his clothing and shoe company, the Charlotte Hornets and other avenues, was estimated to have a net worth of around $750 million earlier this year. However,…Read More

LeBron James reportedly made $30 million on Beats by Dre sale

LeBron James is not just a great basketball player, he’s also a savvy businessman. According to a report from ESPN, LeBron was set to make around $30 million after Beats Electronics was bought by Apple for $3 billion. LeBron got a small stake in the company in 2008 when he agreed to promote the brand….Read More

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