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Ryan Lochte dropped by Speedo USA sponsorship

Olympic gold medalist Ryan Lochte has lost his sponsorship deal with Speedo USA amid scandal at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.

Boy scouts edge closer to cancer awareness feat

The band of super-fit scouts are edging closer to completing its 10-week cross-U.S. journey to raise awareness and funds for cancer research. We bring you an update.

Hyundai Is NFL's new official sponsor

With a new four-year deal between Hyundai and the National Football League, Hyundai is now the official auto-sponsor of the NFL.

Should museums have ties to fossil fuel companies?

A group of science researchers have demanded that U.S. science and natural history museums sever all financial relationships with fossil fuel companies.

Canadian academics 'compromised' by working with industry

A study by a Canadian organization has concluded that industry-academia relationships compromise university investigators' liberty.

Op-Ed: Bad PR and lies for new Qatar dolphin facility

Doha - A newly planned dolphin aquarium in Souq Waqif, Qatar, lied about a National Geographic sponsorship and then launched an incredible display of bad PR.

Long-form series on Slate examines the science of longevity

In Laura Helmuth's longevity series on Slate, she explores why we live so long in a long-form examination and invites the Slate audience to share their stories on what saved their lives.

Op-Ed: Bravo looking to mix ads into its TV shows

Bravo is reportedly stepping up its efforts to integrate advertising in its television lineup. The channel is looking to include an increased number of sponsorships in its 2013-2014 seasons.

Op-Ed: Soccer: Budweiser to sponsor the FA Cup

In an unexpected announcement, the Football Association (FA) has announced that, as of next season, Budweiser will be sponsoring the FA Cup.

New website offers environmentally friendly sponsorship Special

A new website allows you to sponsor friends with action rather than money. The DoNation, which launched last month, provides an alternative sponsorship model allowing people to pledge certain actions which reduce their carbon footprint rather than money.

The New Sponsor Sluts: How Retired Athletes Became Product Pushers

Retired boxers and wrinkly-kneed soccer players are hawking crap like they’re going bankrupt. Is this really better than young sports stars selling their name for the almighty dollar?

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