The NFT depicting Johan Cruyff’s iconic flying kick and goal will be auctioned off at Sotheby’s on July 29.
Macau has seen its casino industry sales shrink by a whopping 95 percent following China’s rigorous zero-COVID-19 policy, setting an all-time low record ever since statistics were made available in 2009.
Sky’s second quarter revenue dropped 13.8 percent on year to $4.5 billion, mostly as a result of changes to licensing arrangements for sports programming in Italy and Germany.
By working with Porsche, Puma hopes to raise the profile of this silo, which has been overshadowed by Griezmann's Ultra and Neymar's Future.
Defiance mounts as the EU sends increasingly mixed signals on accountability for rule of law foibles
Domino's and a partner sub-franchise operated less than 30 locations collectively, and all of them discontinued service in July.
ESM’s Three Cents complements Coca-Cola HBC’s existing adult sparkling beverage portfolio, which includes Schweppes and Kinley.
A company official attributed the strong demand for our Soonhari products to the growing popularity of K-content overseas.
Beginning October, Hormel’s internal segments will consist of Retail, Foodservice, International, and Brand Fuel.
Samsung wants to provide clients with a variety of services through these NFTs, including rewards like offline discounts at partner retailers.
HiteJinro has yet to reach a settlement with its unionized drivers even after five months into the conflict.
The arena will promote Philadelphia's long-term economic growth and sustainability by generating $1.9 billion in total economic output during construction and $400 million annually once it opens.
To commemorate Lamborghini's founding year of 1963, the fourth NFT will only be produced in a restricted quantity of 63 pieces.
The number 45 is embroidered on the lace to signify the 45th anniversary of the McDonald's All-American game, despite the fact that this is not an official McDonald's cooperation.
Apple, Nike to collaborate in producing sports films
Apple Original Films inked a multi-year agreement to finance and distribute sports films produced by Nike’s Waffle Iron Entertainment and content studio Makeready.
The films aim to inspire the next generation of athletes and celebrate the power of sport.
Apple already has Emmy-winning sports content series ‘Ted Lasso’, which airs on the Apple TV+ streaming service, and is developing a yet-untitled Formula One film starring Brad Pitt, which has Lewis Hamilton on board as producer.
The Magic Johnson docuseries 'They Call Me Magic' and 'Greatness Code,' which examine a pivotal moment in an athlete's career, are also available on Apple TV+'s sports content slate. Furthermore, there is a documentary about the New England Patriots.
Apple purchased a package of Major League Baseball (MLB) rights in nine territories, including the United States and Canada, in March, marking the company's first major move into live sports broadcasting.
Waffle Iron Entertainment is a newcomer to the sports documentary scene, but it has collaborated with HBO on the feature-length 'The Day Sports Stood Still,' as well as 'Promiseland,' a docuseries about NBA star Ja Morant's rise.