Sports and Money

The Sports Betting Legalization Trend: What Journalists Need To Know

On Sept. 9, the first day of the 2021 NFL season, Arizona became the 23rd state

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Sports Business After the Pandemic

Sports business in 2021 and beyond Sports venues across the U.S. and around the world continue

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Covering What’s Left of Spring Training

The Arizona economy yielded a gross domestic product of $350 billion in 2018, 3% of which

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Sports Contracts Need Context (Part II: Currency Exchange Rates)

Like all cultural institutions, sports are subject to the twists and turns of the global economy.

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Sports Contracts Need Context (Part I: State Income Tax)

This summer, quarterback Patrick Mahomes signed the largest contract in sports history, committing himself to the

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8 Ways Your Readers May Be Paying for Their Football Stadium

The National Football League makes more money than any other pro sports league in the country.

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Tackling the Business of High School Football

  This football season the monetization of high school football can be a great story. High

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Sports And Money: An MLB General Manager’s Climb To The Top

The major league baseball season ended Sunday, and now it’s on to the playoffs. While the

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Sports And Money: Economic Impact Of The Rugby World Cup

The 2015 Rugby World Cup, one of this year’s biggest global sporting events, kicks off Sept.

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Sports And Money: Serena Williams’ Endorsement Conundrum

Serena Williams is one of the most dominant athletes in the world, but you wouldn’t know it

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