The rugby stadium is now one of three London-area venues that will host NFL games by the end of the decade.
DraftKings addressed calls for formal oversight of the industry hours after rival FanDuel came out in support of state-by-state regulation.
Suspended European soccer chief Michel Platini is one of seven individuals who have applied to become the next president of FIFA, soccer's global governing body.
Mark Fabiani, the Chargers' top official on possible relocation to Los Angeles, expressed skepticism about progress on a new stadium in San Diego.
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.
In an attempt to avoid formal oversight, the daily fantasy sports industry has formed its own regulatory panel. But will it be effective?
Amid government scrutiny, the industry has hired former acting U.S. Secretary of Labor Seth Harris to lead an oversight panel.
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.
Jerry Jones, who owns equity in DraftKings, said daily fantasy sports contests create "more interest and more fan participation."
Jerome Champagne, a former close associate of outgoing FIFA President Sepp Blatter, became the latest executive to enter the race to replace him.
“I think it would ultimately aid the industry," NBA Commissioner Adam Silver says of regulating the daily fantasy-sports business.
Wright's season-long injury was a sore blow to the Mets' lineup, but a clause in his contract helped New York land crucial reinforcements.
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.
The Cubs trail the New York Mets 3-0 in the National League Championship Series; but with Theo Epstein at the helm, their future is bright.
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.
One week after DraftKings and FanDuel posted record numbers, both companies crashed back to Earth on Sunday.
Companies like FanDuel and DraftKings will likely survive Nevada's decision to classify daily fantasy sports as a form of gambling, gaming industry watchers say.
Federal inquiries into the daily fantasy sports industry haven't scared off customers, but they could shake up the game operators.
With the Chicago Cubs advancing to play for the National League pennant, baseball fans will likely pay a premium for secondary-market tickets.
Former executive Lindile Kika is just the latest soccer official to face penalties as FIFA strives to address corruption.