Panini brings its National Treasures brand to hoops with a sumjmertime issue that packs six autographs or memorabilia cards.
What pieces of baseball history would generate enormous buzz if they could somehow be uncovered?
Panini officially becomes an NFL partner.
Pro Football Hall of Famer Steve Van Buren has filed a lawsuit against Panini America over the production of football cards he says he didn’t authorize.
Less than a month after his name was called, Tim Tebow’s first football card will show up in Panini’s first 2010 football product.
Panini pledges to put hobby shops on a more level playing field in hopes of strengthening the industry, while admitting past foul ups under the Donruss name.
Kevin Durant’s MVP-like effort has Panini’s interest while the company faces legal action from the not-so-happy widow of dancing icon Gene Kelly.
The latest edition of the popular Jewish Major Leaguers series that began in 2005 will be the last…at least for awhile.
In the Game was hoping its efforts would mean some NHL licensing love, but it didn’t happen.
The first of a two-part excerpt from the new book, Mint Condition: How Baseball Cards Became an American Obsession, by Dave Jamieson.
Heritage Auctions will cover all four sports in its auction of vintage sports cards and memorabilia this month.
Hobby shop owners say adults are still driving their business, while one card manufacturer is a strong number one in customer service.
Panini will join Upper Deck as official trading card licensees of the NHL and NHLPA.