Sports Illustrated Revenue and Competitors

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Estimated Revenue & Valuation

  • Sports Illustrated's estimated annual revenue is currently $241.9M per year.(i)
  • Sports Illustrated's estimated revenue per employee is $340,200

Employee Data

  • Sports Illustrated has 711 Employees.(i)
  • Sports Illustrated grew their employee count by 2% last year.
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Sports Illustrated News

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2022-04-20 - Malik Willis Received Most Interest From Three Teams, per Hugh Freeze

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2021-08-05 - Ross Levinsohn Takes Positive Action to Realign the Sports Illustrated Brand

MJ Day: editor in chief of SI swim with Ross Levinsohn The most trusted brand in sports journalism, Sports Illustrated, and its CEO, Ross Levinsohn, has stood as the gold standard for coverage of famous athletes and live sporting events. Over the course of nearly 70 years, Sports Illustrated st ...

2021-07-23 - Honest Californian Takes On Tax Issue

News consumers have lately been amused by creative efforts to avoid explaining why people are fleeing California. But there is at least one forthright Californian willing to explain why he’s considering a future outside the Golden State. Brad Senkiw of Sports Illustrated writes about college fo ...

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