The story you'll hear today is about some chicken/buffalo wing shortage. And while I doubt you'll really have problems finding your wings, it's hard denying that there are only so many young chickens to breed, especially given the recent bankruptcy of a company that produced chicken wings.
CNBC has confirmed that "Rod Tidwell" himself will be at the Super Bowl as his Arizona Cardinals play in the game for the first time. It is not known whether "he" will be wearing his No. 85 jersey around town.
We are less than 24 hours away until we can declare a winner in CNBC.com's "As Seen On TV" bracket. We're now down to the final two products: the George Foreman Grill and the ShamWow.
Fans who are used to showing up to the Super Bowl city on Wednesday to go to the parties will have a rude awakening in Tampa this year if they're expecting much of the same.
The world's No. 1 men's tennis player, Rafael Nadal showed up at the Australian Open wearing shorts that are showing his full knee and his top and a regular polo with sleeves - And it is being called, by some, the most controversial clothing change in all of sports.
Well, we're finally here. CNBC.com's "As Seen On TV" Bracket - The Final Four. We're so excited we're thinking of printing up T-shirts.
The Chicago Cubs filed a lawsuit yesterday saying that Under Armour backed out of its five-year, $10.8 million sponsorship agreement.
CNBC has confirmed that Chicago bond trader Thomas Ricketts has won the exclusive right to negotiate with the Tribune Company for the sale of the Chicago Cubs, Wrigley Field and 25 percent of the local Comcast sports network.
Google posted strong fourth-quarter earnings Thursday, beating Wall Street expectations, as its Web search advertising business remained strong.
There simply weren't enough advertisers interested in buying space in newspapers to justify continuing the Google Print Ad program. Google didn't generate enough revenue for itself and it didn't generate enough ads for the 800 newspapers with which it worked.
We've received more than 200,000 votes on this "As Seen On TV" bracket and we're down to the final eight now, so cast your vote to send your favorite products/infomercials to the Final Four.
For years pharmaceutical companies and health authorities have been trying to crack down on counterfeit prescription drugs. But on a new United Kingdom website the world's biggest drug company, Pfizer, is apparently taking the fight against knockoffs to a whole nutha level.
There's so much "chalk" entering the Elite Eight this morning that it almost feels like I'm looking at the women's basketball tournament. All four No. 1 seeds are still left, three No. 2 seeds and, accompanied by the shocker, the No. 14 seed Bowflex.
64 products become 16. Billy Mays is down from six to two products, OxiClean and Mighty Putty, and in the "Everything Else" region, all four top seeds have advanced. They all do battle below and you're in control.
Another strong showing by you, our voters, in CNBC.com's search to name the best "As Seen On TV" product. Here are the results for Round 2.
You've heard the complaints over and over again. Kids playing video games instead of playing the real version outside. But the folks at Electronic Arts are here to say that there's some value in playing one of their most stalwart franchises, "Madden."
So we're pushing hard on the "As Seen On TV" bracket front and that's why we're proud to announce we got our first response from a "As Seen On TV" magnate.
After a great turnout for Round 1 with more than 150,000 votes, it's now on to Round 2 and time for you to vote for the best TV product in our contest, "As Seen On TV."
It was quite the battle over five days as the first round of our "As Seen On TV" bracket got underway and you voted more than 150,000 times. Take a look at who's in the lead after Round 1.
If there’s one guy who can benefit the most from of this Super Bowl, it’s Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald. He’s emerging as the league’s best receiver, but only has three deals in Nike, EAS and Alltel.