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  • European soccer teams land lucrative sponsorship deals

    The 10-year, $1.3-billion uniform deal Manchester United signed with Adidas last week is the most lucrative shirt sponsorship in soccer history. Add in the seven-year $560-million jersey deal United has with Chevrolet and, beginning next season, the team will bank more than $200 million just for renting out space on its uniforms. Manchester United is not the only European soccer club making big money by selling the shirts off their backs.
  • Webedia Buys Germany's Moviepilot for $20 Million

    Webedia, a French online publishing conglomerate, has acquired German film website Moviepilot for $20 million, the companies announced Wednesday. operates as a hybrid of film review site Rotten Tomatoes and IMDB database, recording around...

    Investing: best bets in European stocks

    Kiplinger's Personal Finance Five years after the financial crisis swept across the world, the recovery in Europe, though modest, is real. We think these European stocks should benefit from the blossoming recovery. Symbols and share prices are for...

    Sprint is reportedly in final stages of acquiring T-Mobile

    Sprint Nextel Corp.'s Japanese parent company, SoftBank Corp., is reportedly close to acquiring rival T-Mobile from German communications company Deutsche Telekom in a deal that is expected to be worth more than $19 billion. Earlier this month, the Wall...

    'Mr. Peabody' zooms past 'Need for Speed'; Disney after Iger

    'Mr. Peabody' zooms past 'Need for Speed'; Disney after Iger
    After the coffee. Before the green beer. The Skinny: Happy St. Patrick's Day! That was quite an earthquake, L.A. folks. Anyone who read my box-office projector column this week saw everything turn out as expected. Just kidding! Some people thought "Need...