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Inflation is on the rise, but fans are paying for NBA, NFL, and other sports tickets

People are changing their spending habits as prices rise at rates not seen in four decades, making choices favor experiments. This means a huge demand for live sports. Dennis Coates, professor of sports economics at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, said demand for sports attendance is usually “unresponsive to price changes.” “Good times, bad …

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EA has been deep in merger talks with NBCUniversal

picture: Christian Petersen (Getty Images) The video game market is being integrated like never before, and Electronic Arts crowds out like no one else. The battlefield And FIFA The manufacturer recently sought a merger with NBCUniversal, and has also held potential acquisition talks with Disney, Apple and other companies, according to New report from demon. …

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EA has been deep in merger talks with NBCUniversal

picture: Christian Petersen (Getty Images) The video game market is being integrated like never before, and Electronic Arts crowds out like no one else. The battlefield And FIFA The manufacturer recently sought a merger with NBCUniversal, and has also held potential acquisition talks with Disney, Apple and other companies, according to New report from demon. …

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Renault says the hydrogen-electric concept will have a range of 497 miles

Details of the Renault Scénic Vision concept car were presented to the public on May 19, 2022. The company’s idea of ​​developing a passenger car using hydrogen technology is not unique. Benjamin Gerrett | Bloomberg | Getty Images Renault has released details of a hydrogen-electric hybrid concept car, with the French carmaker calling hydrogen technology …

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Electric vehicle battery costs set to rise as raw materials shortage continues

Attendees look at the all-electric Ford F-150 Lightning pickup truck at the Washington Auto Show in Washington on Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2022. Bill Clark | CQ-Roll Call, Inc. | Getty Images The cost of electric car production is poised to rise over the next four years, according to a new report, as a result of …

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Toyota is stepping up efforts to look into the potential of hydrogen vehicles

A Toyota Sora photographed in Japan on November 5, 2021. Toyota began work on developing fuel cell vehicles in 1992. Corkor | Istock editorial | Getty Images Toyota Motor Europe, CaetanoBus and Air Liquide have signed an agreement to develop hydrogen-based transportation options as the race to develop low-emission, zero-emissions vehicles heats up. Toyota said …

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Tiny Tina, WWE, and the Next Generation of GTA 5 beat Take-Two Predictions

Share this article Take-Two Corporation today announced its fourth-quarter and full-year financial results, showing higher revenue growth and declining year-over-year net income for both periods. In the fourth quarter, net revenue rose 11% to $930 million, while net income fell 49% to $111 million. Both results beat the publisher’s guidance. In addition, Take-Two reported fourth-quarter …

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How Carvana went from being a top pick on Wall Street to trading meme stock

Ernie Garcia, CEO, Carvana Scott Millian | CNBC Carvana CEO Ernie Garcia III regularly tells Wall Street that the “march continues” on the company’s mission to become the world’s largest and most profitable used car retailer. And its stock price has gone this year, too, just in the wrong direction for investors. Within six months, …

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