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New York Judge Orders FanDuel and DraftKings to Shut Down in State, Companies Plan to Appeal
Legal Issues

New York Judge Orders FanDuel and DraftKings to Shut Down in State, Companies Plan to Appeal

The daily fantasy sports league companies are facing increasing scrutiny.
Why Daily Fantasy Sports and All Online Gambling Should Be Legal
Gambling

Why Daily Fantasy Sports and All Online Gambling Should Be Legal

In a free society people should be allowed to spend their money however wisely or foolishly they decide.
Carol Roth
How One Major League Baseball Team Is Going to Bat with Rookie Sports Businesses
Accelerator Programs

How One Major League Baseball Team Is Going to Bat with Rookie Sports Businesses

Want to work with the L.A. Dodgers? We have details on their new accelerator program.
Don't Bet on It: DraftKings, FanDuel Ordered to Shut Down in Nevada
Legal

Don't Bet on It: DraftKings, FanDuel Ordered to Shut Down in Nevada

The state says the fantasy sports leagues can't do business there without obtaining gambling licenses.
Daniel Roberts
How One Man Made It His Business to Give Back
Sports Businesses

How One Man Made It His Business to Give Back

An Amazing Athletes franchisee does well by doing good.
Tracy Stapp Herold
Marathons & Mud Runs. Great Business, But Where's The Tech?
Technology

Marathons & Mud Runs. Great Business, But Where's The Tech?

Endurance racing is more popular than ever. Trouble is, there is a lack of real technology hooks in ticketing and social media.
William Litvack
How This 14-Year-Old Entrepreneur Is Making Adults Question Their Life Choices by Being Ridiculously Awesome
Young Entrepreneurs

How This 14-Year-Old Entrepreneur Is Making Adults Question Their Life Choices by Being Ridiculously Awesome

Rachel Zietz is the founder and owner of Gladiator Lacrosse. In school, sales and sports, she plays to win.
Carly Okyle
Top Fastest-Growing Franchises for 2015
Franchises

Top Fastest-Growing Franchises for 2015

These franchises are adding units at light speed
Tracy Stapp Herold
How Serial Entrepreneur and Racecar Driver Ken Block Found Success Both On and Off the Track
Entrepreneurs

How Serial Entrepreneur and Racecar Driver Ken Block Found Success Both On and Off the Track

DC Shoes founder Ken Block grew his latest apparel company 50 percent in the last year, all while continuing to compete as a motor racing driver.
Kate Taylor
Madison Square Garden to Explore Splitting Into Two Companies
Trends

Madison Square Garden to Explore Splitting Into Two Companies

The owner of the New York Knicks and New York Rangers said it is considering a plan to separate its entertainment business from its media and sports business.
Investor Group Aims to Buy Adidas' Reebok Unit for $2.2 Billion
Acquisitions

Investor Group Aims to Buy Adidas' Reebok Unit for $2.2 Billion

The investors are expected to argue that Reebok would do better if it were managed independently
Help Select Our 'College Entrepreneur of 2014'
Entrepreneur of 2014

Help Select Our 'College Entrepreneur of 2014'

Nominees run the gamut, having created everything from a mouth guard that aims to prevent sports-related concussions to an app that helps actors nail down relevant and timely auditions.
Geoff Weiss
Vote Now to Help Us Pick Our 'Emerging Entrepreneur of 2014'
Entrepreneur of 2014

Vote Now to Help Us Pick Our 'Emerging Entrepreneur of 2014'

Our finalists have created everything from the world's first Twitter-based advertising agency to a toy startup that purports to be the 'Netflix for Legos.'
Geoff Weiss
How Startups Can Capitalize on Global Sports Events Like the World Cup
Sports-Related Businesses

How Startups Can Capitalize on Global Sports Events Like the World Cup

Here's three tips for entrepreneurs seeking to wisely enter this game.
Adiat Disu