eBay is expecting explosive growth over the next three years.
A major workforce reduction has taken place at the Upper Deck Company.
Topps’ hopes of putting Stephen Strasburg in its T206 set may not go beyond the sell sheet phase.
On a break no more, Topps and the NFL are back in football card love.
Man (or at least card companies) can’t live on baseball alone.
Business is apparently up at Collectors Universe and the company is kicking some of the profits back to shareholders.
Topps is hitching itself to the rapidly filling Jason Heyward bandwagon.
Major League Baseball player agents are being told not to deal with Upper Deck until the company pays its bills.
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.
Upper Deck’s sports card license stable shrinks again.
In the Game was hoping its efforts would mean some NHL licensing love, but it didn’t happen.
The last 4 1/2 months haven’t been kind to Upper Deck.
The first of a two-part excerpt from the new book, Mint Condition: How Baseball Cards Became an American Obsession, by Dave Jamieson.
The parent company of Mounted Memories is taking its autographs and fan gear to the peacock network’s sports website.
Kobe rips some packs with the company that’s paying him to appear on the front.
Tim Tebow is ready to handle a Sharpie again, sticking close to his hometown fans in Florida, while raising money for charity.
Topps will bring one of its most popular issues back for another go round in 2010.
Upper Deck says paying damages to Konami was a “favorable outcome” for the company.
Major League Baseball has confirmed that it has reached agreement on a multi-year deal that will make Topps its trading card partner.