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The athletic shoe maker is pulling an ad featuring Olympic runner and alleged murderer Oscar Pistorius. The company seems to have terrible luck with athletes.
A former promoter is suing the disgraced cyclist, demanding he pay back $12 million in prize money.
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Athletes are pushing themselves further to claim the spotlight and the big payouts that come with it. But new concerns are being raised about the risks.
There's been a rapid rise in the use of taxpayer money to help finance new and renovated sports venues. But do these projects make good financial sense for the communities involved?
Social media lit up during the big game's power outage as companies looked for an edge against competitors.
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