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  1. The Stock Market Has Become a Very Liberal Place

    Bloomberg via Yahoo FinanceAug 30 9:00 AM

    It’s not only that many of the people who work there have become more liberal, but more importantly, left-leaning behavior by publicly traded companies is being rewarded by the stock market.

  2. Football has a problem: Varney

    Fox Business via Yahoo FinanceAug 27 16:02 PM

    Over the years, I've noticed a decline in the number of youngsters out on the field for football practice. Well now there's a real, scientific study that shows I'm on the right track. The National ...

  3. NFL, Jay-Z plan 'Inspire Change' apparel line for 2019 season

    Fox Business via Yahoo FinanceAug 31 0:56 AM

    The NFL and Shawn “Jay Z” Carter are set to release a line of “Inspire Change” apparel as part of the music mogul’s deal to spearhead entertainment and social justice initiatives for the league ...

  4. The NFL’s 32 owners are stepping up efforts to expand the regular season, setting up a potential clash with players as the two sides work toward a new labor deal. Early talks on the concept ...

  5. The deal is done and Ezekiel Elliott will be a Dallas Cowboy not just for the foreseeable future but for the prime of his career. For the Cowboys, it keeps another piece of their young core ...

  6. The bidder offered Irsay $3.2 billion for the Colts, the Indianapolis Star reported, citing a team source. “The team is not for sale,” a Colts spokesman told FOX Business. Irsay later confirmed ...

  7. CEOs speak out on gun violence, want Congressional action

    Associated Press via Yahoo FinanceSep 12 21:59 PM

    Big companies have been dipping their toes into America's gun debate for a few years. The CEOS of 145 companies — including Airbnb, Uber, DoorDash, Gap and Twitter — sent a letter to the U.S ...

  8. 13 Athletes Who Retired — and Came Back Bigger Than Ever

    GOBankingRates via Yahoo FinanceSep 11 19:06 PM

    When Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten retired at the end of the 2017 season, it capped off a 15-year career that included 11 Pro Bowls and 1,152 receptions — good for fourth all-time in ...

  9. Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott was willing to enter the 2019 season without a long-sought contract extension because of his massive annual haul from multiple endorsement deals ...

  10. Notable retired pro athletes include Major League Baseball first baseman Steve Garvey, NFL quarterback Carson Palmer and basketball Hall of Famer and Olympic athlete Ann Meyers-Drysdale ...