H. Wayne Huizenga, a college dropout who built a business empire that included Blockbuster Entertainment, AutoNation and three professional sports franchises, has died.
Tale of the tape shows he is slightly younger, taller and heavier than his Democratic critic.
Former congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords reached out to team owner Robert Kraft.
College dropout Wayne Huizenga started with a trash hauling company, struck gold during America's brief love affair with VHS tapes and eventually owned three professional sports teams.
The Waste Management founder owned three teams: the Miami Marlins, the Florida Panthers and the Miami Dolphins.
The historic legislation makes calculating player trades tricky.
The former Seahawks cornerback just negotiated his three-year, $27 million contract with the 49ers without the help of an agent.
A new medical device, backed by former MLB all-star pitcher Mariano Rivera, treats chronic pain with a low-level, low-frequency ultrasound and purports to be a drug-free solution to combating the opioid crisis.
Dubbed the Alliance of American Football, the spring league is set to kick off on Feb. 9, 2019, with eight teams, a 10-week regular season and a four-team playoff system.
The NCAA men's basketball tournament began on March 13 and runs through April 2.
Don King, the most famous and successful boxing promoter, tells FOX Business that President Donald Trump “shocked the world” when he won the presidency and has exceeded expectations as the leader of the free world.
The Houston Astros will reportedly sign Jose Altuve to a five-year, $150 million contract extension.
The executive, Jayme Martin, served as a vice president and general manager of global categories for Nike and reported to Edwards.
The report comes days ahead of Nike’s next quarterly earnings report.
Woods had another strong day on the golf course to open the PGA's Arnold Palmer Invitational.
Of the gambling total, 97% will be bet via illegal sportsbooks and other illicit methods.
“Every breath you take is worth something and to extend life.”
Marques Colston, a former star receiver at the New Orleans Saints, will teach retired players how to hold on to their money and make more.
All NFL teams will enter the 2018 season with a salary cap set at $177.2 million, up from $167 million last season.
Baseball fans and foodies, rejoice.