Yahoo! brought on its first known commodity in an effort to build up its streaming service, Yahoo! Screen, which in the coming months is looking to take on Netflix and YouTube.
The decision to sell alcohol at football games is up to individual universities, and most have chosen to keep their stadiums dry. But as some schools have shown, the profits might prove too big to resist.
LeBron James will certainly help the Cleveland Cavaliers play better basketball, but his presence will have a huge economic impact as well. A conservative guess estimates he could be worth more than $50 million each year.
General Motors is paying $70 million to put a logo on Manchester United's jerseys, but that kind of sponsorship is still far away in American sports.
Qatar is struggling badly to get ready for the 2022 World Cup. With infrastructure already in place, the United States could easily host the tournament and cash in in the process.
The Oakland Athletics are one of the poorest teams in baseball, but a move to a new stadium in San Jose could have changed that. Instead, they decided to stay put, ensuring another decade in baseball's low-rent district.
The fourth 'Transformers' movie has been panned in the United States, but it's booming in China. Credit that to special features added for the Chinese audience -- and a bit of sucking up to the country's government.
"Opie & Anthony" co-host Anthony Cumia was fired for a series of insensitive tweets, but his mass of fans are calling for him to be returned to the air or they and their money will leave the service.
The top prospects in baseball are getting offered tens of millions of dollars before playing their first Major League game, as poor teams hope paying them more now gets them a discount later.