The Crazy 1's design was inspired by the sleek look of the Audi TT sports car, most notable in the shoe's rounded edges. Adidas utilized adiprene+ for cushioning.
The NBA has been active in surveying the market for new opportunities and is in constant communication with startups.
The South Korean carmaker became the first to sponsor electric vehicles (EVs) at the global football extravaganza.
World Cup 2022: Fifa's clampdown on rainbow armbands conflicts with its own guidance on human rights
Uber adds the world’s first reindeer sleigh rides to its services in Finland in time for the holidays
in addition to the opportunity to own NFTs, football fans can virtually support their favorite national team from any part of the world with FIFA's integration with Upland.
There are muted tones and cargo pockets across the collection, which includes a hoodie, a pair of trousers, a varsity jacket, the PUMA TRC Blaze Court, and the PUMA Ralph Sampson Mule.
Hyundai Department Store’s outdoor gear revenue generated by those in their 20s and 30s grew 69.9 percent on-year in September and October.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, ex-Disney CEO Bob Iger interested in acquiring Phoenix Suns
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, ex-Disney CEO Bob Iger, Oracle co-founder Larry Ellison, and Steve Jobs's widow Laurene Powell Jobs have been named as parties interested in acquiring the Phoenix franchises after majority owner Robert Sarver announced he will sell the team.
The NBA’s Phoenix Suns were recently valued at more than US$2 billion by Sportico and US$1.8 billion by Forbes. According to The Athletic, the combined price for the Suns and WNBA’s Phoenix Mercury could end up around US$3 billion.
Sarver decided to sell both teams following the NBA’s decision to suspend him from any involvement with the teams for one year and a $10 million fine after he was found to have used racist language and repeatedly displayed misogynistic behavior as owner.
PayPal, a significant sponsor of both teams, threatened to end its agreement in the immediate wake of the NBA suspension if Sarver did not relinquish his ownership position. When Suns vice chairman Jahm Najafi demanded Sarver's resignation in an open letter to supporters after the investigation's results were made public, the pressure on Sarver increased even more.