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United saw their first quarter revenues increase by 29.1% to £98m thanks to 12 new sponsorship deals and the increased Premier League broadcasting money
Broadcaster agrees exclusive deal worth £900 million to show both Uefa competitions
Pardew defends under-fire Ashley but admits his logic doesn't quite fit with the sport
If you are going to fork out $100 million on a boat, then it's only right that the America's Cup should be an impressive trophy to put on the mantelpiece. As befits a bauble with such a name, it's big and brash and verging on obesity. Never mind that it was won by an Australian skipper, Jimmy Spithill, and his British mastermind, Sir Ben Ainslie. After the Yanks won the first one in 1851, they have never even renamed it when another country has won it.
New Now TV box gets streaming service into the living room, but consumers will still need to pay for subscriptions
Gabby Logan lambasts sport channel for failing to give women a level playing field
Sky Sports are in no mood to let BT Sport settle into the Premier League broadcasting battle this season. With the announcement of the first set of televised fixtures, Sky have powerfully asserted themselves over the first weeks of the campaign. They are covering the prime sun loungers with their branded towels while, for now at least, BT are consigned to the shade.
Sir Alex Ferguson became manager of Manchester United 27 years ago, and that now feels like a completely different age.
What rules controversy? Tiger Woods goes into the final day of the Masters just four shots off the lead when he might have been taking the kids to the park as a disqualified golfer.
The second teaser trailer for the third series of Game of Thrones gives fans a glimpse of what they can expect when the programme returns to UK television on 1 April.
BBC and Sky share rights to the Formula One season
Currently a subscription is needed to watch Sky Sports
Economic Outlook: The consensus now seems to be that the Chancellor’s policies have resulted in failure
Lord Sugar unveiled the much-awaited YouView internet-supported TV service yesterday – but made an unbusinesslike gaffe by telling customers they could probably buy the system for a third of the price if they waited two years.
When the envelopes containing sealed bids for the new Premier League television contracts were opened, there was apparently "a gasp" at the size of them.
The Government will be "at least as transparent" about the work of special advisers as the Labour administration, Jeremy Hunt said as he announced the appointment of a new aide.