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Charles Barkley Reportedly Enters A New Contract With TNT Potentially Worth More Than $100M

NBA coverage will remain consistent for a bit longer as TNT confirms the all-star group of Shaquille O’Neal, Ernie Johnson, Kenny Smith, and Charles Barkley received contract extensions. However, this news comes off the heels of Barkley alluding to a possible retirement. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Boardroom (@boardroom)

Oct 18, 2022

Stephen Curry Explains Why He Didn't 'Second-Guess' The Big Undersell Of His $44M NBA Deal In 2012

It’s an undisputed fact that Stephen Curry has been a leading force for the Golden State Warriors since he was drafted to the team in 2009. Over a decade, the NBA star has counted off leading them to three championships and being crowned MVP twice. The achievements put him up there with the greats that the league’s court has ever seen and transformed the Warriors into a super-team. The Golden State Warriors took early notice of what he brought to the franchise — prior to the aforementioned acclaimed success — in 2012 with a four-year, $44 million extension. According to Insider, although others thought the deal was far from reflecting his foreshadowed worth, in Curry’s eyes, it was “maybe the most favorable in NBA history.”

Apr 22, 2022

PBS Wins Big, Tavis Smiley to Pay Nearly $1.5M

Tavis Smiley has a major problem to the tune of about $1.5 million. According to The Hollywood Reporter , a jury found that the former PBS host breached a morals clause and ruled in favor of PBS. In 2017, Smiley was suspended following a series of sexual misconduct allegations. At trial, PBS invited half a dozen women to testify. Each claimed that they were pressured into relationships or had become victims of unwanted advances by the former late-night talk show host. Smiley argued that the relationships were consensual and rebutted that the company leaked the news to tarnish his image. However, his misbehavior, ultimately, violated conduct agreements in his contract. In a statement about the verdict, PBS said: “We are pleased with the jury’s decision. PBS expects our producing partners to provide a workplace where people feel safe and are treated with dignity and respect. It was important for us to ensure that the courageous women who came forward were able to share their stories...

Mar 6, 2020

Megan Thee Stallion’s Legal Battle With Label Tells Cautionary Tale for Artists Signing Contracts

Megan Thee Stallion made a shocking announcement over the weekend when she broke the news that her record label was preventing her from releasing any new music, including her debut album “Suga.” The Houston rapper and her label, 1501 Certified Entertainment, allegedly had a dispute over the terms of her contract, thus resulting in them shelving her music. Megan Thee Stallion has now reportedly taken legal action against her label to get her out of the said contract. Megan vented about the dispute on Instagram Live while addressing the details of the matter. . @theestallion just went on IG live to talk about her current relationship with her label. 1501 won’t let Megan release new music because of her requesting to renegotiate her contract, which she signed at the age of 20. #FREETHEESTALLION — Affinity Magazine (@TheAffinityMag) March 2, 2020 According to Thee Stallion, her management team at Roc Nation brought a few things to her attention within her...

Mar 3, 2020