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Gene Monahan Was Right! The Yankees Were 'Hard to Beat,' Just Ask Cleveland

Former Yankees Trainer Gene Monahan told TheStreet that if the Yankees goit off to a good start and win that first wild-card playoff game and get their pitching ready, they're going to be hard to beat.'

Donald Trump Continues His Feud with the NFL & Jemele Hill

Trump took to Twitter on Tuesday to demand a change in tax law due to the behaviour of NFL players

English Soccer Giants Liverpool in Hot Water Over Tibetan Glacier Deal

Liverpool Football Club is subject to protests over its choice of "official water partner" in China.

Yahoo!, Uber, Ford, Verizon - This Is What You Need to Know Wednesday

Ford, Yahoo!, Verizon, Uber are among the stocks to watch on Wednesday, October 4, 2017. Plus, European stocks are set for a mixed open to Wednesday's trading session after solid gains in Asia pushed benchmarks to multi-year highs.

NY Giant Justin Pugh Supports His Teammates Who 'Take a Knee'

New York Giant Justin Pugh thought "Take a Knee" was disrespectful to the flag and the military at first. Then he thought some more.

NCAA 'Uses Kids to Make Billions' -- NY Giant Justin Pugh

The bribery scandal unfolding this week involving NCAA and Adidas AG ADS and coaches at four major sports universities is lost on no one who follows sports-least of all a professional athlete who has seen the sports machine up close.

VW, Inflation and Cryptocurrencies - This is What You Need to Know on Friday

European stocks grind higher as a hectic third quarter comes to a close

New England Patriots Coach Bill Belichick Inspires Dunkin' Donuts CEO

Bill Bellichick has one big fan in Dunkin' Donuts CEO Nigel Travis. Here's why the coffee giant's CEO digs Belichick.

Roku IPO, Playboy's Hugh Hefner Dies, Twitter and Russia: Thursday's Top Stories

Today's top stories: Roku is expected to raise $219 million in its initial public offering, Playboy Founder Hugh Hefner dies, Twitter and the Russian Investigation.

Dunkin' Brands CEO Weighs In on Odell Beckham's Latest Misstep

Controversial NY Giants receiver Odell Beckham Jr. has made new waves for a provocative end-zone celebration. Here's what Dunkin' Brands CEO Nigel Travis thinks about the situation seeing as Beckham is a Dunkin' brand ambassador.