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Major sports gambling website Pinnacle Sports suspended betting on Sunday.
The German sportswear company says it will terminate its 11-year deal with the International Association of Athletics Federations.
In an effort to raise awareness about financial stress, William Rogers, SunTrust chairman & CEO, provides insight to his firm's super bowl advertisement to inspire people to take the first step in saving money.
Ryan Nanni, SB Nation, weighs in on what to expect at this year's Super Bowl.
Flight prices spiked by more than 35 percent once the two Super Bowl teams were determined, according to last year's data.
Shares of Dick's Sporting Goods got a lift after analysts identified the retailer as the main beneficiary of Sports Authority's financial troubles.
Real Madrid leads the pack for the 11th year running as the top money-making club.
NFL Agent Drew Rosenhaus explains why L.A. can support two football teams.
The 22-year-old golfer earned more than $53-million in 2015
A new stadium will be built in southwest of downtown l.A. Costing nearly $2-billion
Residents in Green Bay and Pittsburgh lead in online sports viewership, according to recent data.
Peloton Cycle CEO John Foley explains how the company behind indoor cycling technology is experiencing massive growth.
Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank explains how he he grew a single idea into the 3rd-largest brand in the athletic apparel arena.
Your business can have either a culture of winning or a culture of losing, Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank says, and having that swagger and expecting to win has led to the success of his $3.1B company.
Marcus Jordan, the son of six-time NBA champion Michael Jordan, is planning to open his own retail boutique early next year.
NFL Hall of Fame Quarterback Warren Moon weighs in on the NFL's concussion problem and what must be done about it.
Jay Sole, Morgan Stanley retail analyst, discusses Nike's strong growth in China, why it will last for "years to come," and the outlook for its Flyknit technology.
Walter Isaacson, The Aspen Institute CEO, shares his thoughts on the growing problem of concussion among professional football players.
CNBC's Kate Rogers takes a look at new helmets in development designed to protect players from sports-related head injuries.
Buddy Smith, Common sensors CEO, explains the device he hopes will help reduce concussions in football. Former NFL player Tutan Reyes weighs in on the importance.