Steinberg Sports & Entertainment CEO Leigh Steinberg on resuming sports in the coronavirus era and politics in sports.
The New York City mayor said increased taxes would help during efforts to recover from the coronavirus pandemic.
The sports betting data company is reportedly considering going public.
DraftKings CEO Jason Robins responds to a recent IRS memo which says fantasy sports entry fees should be taxable. Roberts believes this is wrong and inconsistent with other policies and hopes his company can work with the IRS to change their position. He later addresses his company's profitability in the midst of widespread sports cancellations.
Fox News Headlines 24/7 sports reporter Jared Max believes Major League Baseball didn't take coronavirus as seriously as other sports and says maybe a bubble approach would have been more effective. He later discusses NFL players being given the deadline of Thursday to opt out of the season.
Arizona Coyotes CEO Xavier Gutierrez says players are excited to get back on the ice, especially to give people something to watch as the pandemic continues. He goes over what they've done to keep players healthy.
“The resilience of America and the resilience of our fans should not be underestimated,” Islanders owner Jon Ledecky told FOX Business.
FOX Business’ Charlie Gasparino says Wall Street is betting sports may make a big comeback once the coronavirus pandemic subsides.
A $1.5 billion project, it will also include surrounding redevelopment expected to generate some $25 billion in economic activity.
Kim and Terry Pegula have owned the NFL’s Buffalo Bills since 2014.
Adidas has served as the NHL’s official supplier of on-ice uniforms for the last several years.
NHL commissioner Gary Bettman talks about the scheduled restart of the season on Aug. 1 and responds to the news that nine Pittsburgh Penguins had to be removed from training camp after potentially being exposed to COVID-19.
Sports betting is gaining mainstream acceptance across the country as more states opt to legalize and regulate the industry.
U.S. sports betting operators such as DraftKings and FanDuel are banking on a much-needed surge in demand next month when top leagues return to play during the coronavirus pandemic.
The NHL is not considering putting teams in quarantined "bubbles" for its mandatory training camps. Instead, players are being instructed to stay home when not at the rink and follow health protocols to prevent any outbreaks before games resume.
Barstool is launching its sports betting operation at a time of growing competition in the legal gambling marketplace.
Barstool Sports CEO Erika Nardini says its sports gambling app will make the company a more competitive market player in the betting industry.
Climate Pledge Arena will be home to the NHL's expansion team in Seattle when it begins play in 2021.
Teams will be permitted to host voluntary, individual workouts for their players as allowed by local public health guidance.
Toronto Maple Leafs star Mitch Marner tops the list.