Articles by Thomas Barrabi

Tom Barrabi is a reporter for the International Business Times. He graduated from Fairfield University in 2011, and has also written for Men's Fitness, Complex, GuySpeed, and Handlebar Magazine.


FanDuel CEO On Regulation Bandwagon

As scrutiny of daily fantasy sports intensifies, the site's founder now says state-by-state oversight is crucial to protect consumers and ensure future growth.
Daily Fantasy Sports

A Self-Regulation Fantasy?

In an attempt to avoid formal oversight, the daily fantasy sports industry has formed its own regulatory panel. But will it be effective?

Are The Mets Back In The Money?

The National League champs have spent years recovering from ownership's investment in Bernie Madoff's Ponzi scheme. But that might all be over now.
Preet Bharara

Daily Fantasy Sports Facing US Probe

U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara of New York, who is leading the investigation, is best known for spearheading a 2011 probe that crippled the online poker industry.
Theo Epstein

'Moneyball' Not Just A Sports Concept

Baseball teams like the Chicago Cubs are known for embracing data analysis, but more companies in a variety of industries are using the same tactics.
Baseball Fans

FBI Probe A Game Changer?

Federal inquiries into the daily fantasy sports industry haven't scared off customers, but they could shake up the game operators.
Chicago Cubs

Next Round At Wrigley Will Cost You

With the Chicago Cubs advancing to play for the National League pennant, baseball fans will likely pay a premium for secondary-market tickets.