Chicago has the NBA’s third-most valuable franchise.
The Cubs are rated the 21st-most valuable, while the Bulls check in at 37th.
Beyoncé’s empire is getting a boost from Forbes.
The increase in endorsement income has changed the entire ballgame.
MJ is estimated to have made at least $75 million from Nike.
Something about these guys just makes you laugh, every single time.
With an estimated net worth of $1.25 billion, the Bears rank eight on the 2013 list of NFL team values, according to Forbes.com.
Though the team hasn’t won a World Series in over a century, the Cubs have been listed as the most profitable team in all of baseball, according to Forbes’ annual report.
Planning to sell your home? You may want to wait until 2016 before listing it.
In what probably won’t come as a great surprise, Chicago’s Wicker Park is near the top of a new list of the nation’s top hipster neighborhoods.
Not only are the White Sox out-performing most of the expectations set for them in 2012, they’re also getting a much bigger “bang” for their buck than in 2011.
According to Forbes magazine, here are the top 10 highest-paid athletes from May of 2011 to May of 2012.
Major League Baseball is likely to mark its fourth straight year of declining attendance when this year’s season ends, according to a published report.
The co-founder of Chicago-based Groupon is the latest local businessman to join the elite billionaires club.
Apparently losing LeBron James on national television isn’t enough to make Cleveland the most miserable sports city in the country, that honor was bestowed on Seattle.
Back in 1954, the Wirtz family purchased the Blackhawks for $1 million. Today the team is worth much more than that, and is the seventh most valuable franchise in the NHL.
Forbes calls the Bears one of the most recognizable brands in American sport. They are the only NFL team in the league’s second largest media market. And the Bears are one of only two founding […]
Forbes has released their lists of most valuable athletes and sports franchises. While the Bears’ Julius Peppers came in at number 36 in the individual rankings his employers, the Chicago Bears, came in much higher. […]