McGrady, also known as T-Mac, complained that he deserved better treatment than what he's gotten from Adidas over the last ten years.
Elon Musk said his buyout deal may go ahead, but Twitter must provide him with information on verifying fake users.
The D.O.N. Issue 4 shoes have been dropped abroad although tech specifications, pricing, and a US release date have not yet been disclosed.
The firms reimagined the Twisted Tea Hard Iced Tea as a whiskey to deliver on the bold and unexpected experiences consumers are looking for.
The Red Sox remains silent on the MassMutual deal due to it not being officially signed and rival financial services brand John Hancock being a decades-long sponsor.
KT Telecom and Turk Telekom expand their partnership through a new deal that follows their agreement in March.
The process gives the Premier League champions a better understanding of fan behavior. when they are watching a match.
Mykeyring products were created in accordance with official license agreements with license holders.
Apple, Amazon, Disney bid for NFL Sunday Ticket
Apple, Amazon, and Disney are bidding for the National Football League’s (NFL) domestic out-of-market Sunday Ticket package.
However, the league has not indicated a timeframe in which it expects to make a decision.
DirectTV currently holds the rights, paying US$1.5 billion annually as part of a loss-leading strategy to increase subscriptions for its satellite television platform. However, with declining customer numbers, it is prepared to leave the stage when its contract expires after the 2023 season.
In an effort to attract direct-to-consumer (DTC) providers who think the NFL can be a useful acquisition tool in a more cutthroat environment, the NFL is reportedly repositioning Sunday Ticket as a streaming-only offering.
The NFL reportedly hopes to receive more than US$2 billion annually for the rights, which could include a share in the league's own media company and mobile rights.
The league has already signed ten-year deals with CBS, ESPN/ABC, Fox, NBC, and Amazon for its primary broadcast packages, totaling US$110 billion.