The team aims for a 75 percent reduction in scope three emissions and a final 25 percent carbon removal by 2030.
A company official attributed the strong demand for our Soonhari products to the growing popularity of K-content overseas.
HBO Max and Discovery Plus' merged streaming service is coming to the U.S. first in the summer of 2023.
The innovative store idea provides one-of-a-kind digital and physical venues where customers may express their tastes.
The company's reported operating profit fell by 17.7 percent in the second quarter as unfavorable mark-to-market effects and negative currency translation more than offset the robust net sales growth.
Alfa Romeo's ties with a few Chinese companies, like dairy brand AMX, Zhou's arrival has not brought the team the sponsorship windfall it had hoped for.
Pfizer buys Global Blood to have another source that will increase its annual profits as a slowdown in COVID medicine demand is expected.
Sauber is linked with Volkswagen-owned Audi, with reports suggesting the German company is looking for a 75 percent stake in the team.
Beginning in autumn, Adidas expects to sign over 50,000 qualified student-athletes to NIL contracts at sponsored HBCUs and connected schools participating in Power 5 programs.
This pair is a nod to Iverson's honoring of Dr. J by donning a #6 jersey at the 2002 NBA All-Star Game instead of his customary #3 jersey number, which is depicted on the heel.
Every virtual NBA game is driven by actual NBA data, which Sportradar obtained as part of a US$1 billion streaming and betting data agreement with the league.
Covers of SLAM basketball magazine to appear as NFTs
The Tom Brady co-founded firm Autograph and iconic basketball brand SLAM will distribute an archive of digital-collectible magazine covers on DraftKings Marketplace.
The deal between the two companies gives Autograph users access to SLAM’s 300-plus cover archive dating back to 1994, featuring some of the greatest basketball players over the last three decades.
The magazine covers feature players ranging from Michael Jordan, Larry Johnson, and Allen Iverson to Russell Westbrook and Devin Booker.
The magazines have been collector items for over 27 years, and the cover remains the Holy Grail for all basketball players.
SLAM has grown into a global lifestyle brand and multimedia property with 20-plus social channels, a growing merchandise division, and numerous franchise events annually with over 16 million followers worldwide.
Dillon Rosenblatt, CEO, and Co-founder of Autograph said their partnership with SLAM allows them to offer the most unique and historic basketball NFT content
The Autograph NFTs previously dropped on DraftKings Marketplace included such star athletes as Tony Hawk, Tiger Woods, Wayne Gretzky, Derek Jeter, Naomi Osaka, and Simone Biles.
SLAM previously partnered with New Orleans Pelicans All-Star Zion Williamson for a first-of-its-kind NFT drop in April, which included two SLAM covers featuring Williamson.