A sports card shop burglary in Canada virtually wiped out the best stock of an owner who just opened 15 months ago.
No Yankees or Red Sox in baseball’s final four means a loss of revenue for memorabilia agent Steiner Sports.
The latest round of layoffs includes public relations manager Terry Melia.
If you’re a player–even a small one–it’s best to have a handle on tax laws or know someone who does.
If you’re buying and selling collectibles a regular basis, knowing some basic tax rules and regulations is a good idea.
Publicly-traded purveyor of sports memorabilia and fan products Dreams, Inc. is hoping to battle its way out of the loss column.
Are the post office’s money troubles causing them to give you the hard sell when you tote your bubble mailers to the window?
Former Penn State and Seattle Seahawks’ running back Curt Warner is suing his insurance man over football memorabilia he lost in a fire at his home last year.