At issue is an estimated $1.5 million worth of the NBA superstar's earlier belongings. Who owns them now?
The manager's 26-year stint at Old Trafford transformed his team into a soccer and branding powerhouse.
In losing a bid for the team, the city and its well-funded backers have given the league just what it wanted: A bargaining chip.
The Justice Department has laid out its claims against the disgraced cyclist, alleging he violated his $40 million deal.
Numbers for the race are being sold online, and the event's organizers can't really do much about it.
People reselling seats at inflated prices are part of the scenery at concerts and sporting events. Is it 'pure capitalism,' or is it a crime?
Professional teams worry the proposed surcharge on the rich could cost the country some of its star athletes.
The Houston and Miami teams spend shockingly little on player salaries, not necessarily damning but awfully hard to overcome.
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