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Grant Elliot, batsman of the New Zealand Black Caps, says the fact that both host nations have made it to the finals is a great sign for the competition.
Basketball Hall of Fame coach Dean Smith, who died Feb. 7, left each of his former players $200 in his will.
March Madness is raking in big bucks for the NCAA. Former UCLA star Ed O'Bannon thinks players should also get paid.
Top companies are making huge strides through their NCAA March Madness commercial spending.
CNBC's Eric Chemi reports on the big businesses of March Madness as brands battle for eyeballs in the NCAA men's basketball tournament.
Scott Sperling, THL Partners co-president, discusses activist investors and the future of Madison Square Garden.
NBC's David Briggs, provides his outlook on the 2015 NCAA Basketball Tournament.
Sports books report some of the major wins and losses on the opening March Madness games. Millions were blown.
Social media data show that tracking positive mentions of a college team's performance can actually be a strong predictor of tournament performance.
Two 14-seeds, UAB and Georgia State, have already won their games early on the Thursday schedule, busting most brackets.
Harvard won't win this year's tournament, but it does win when it comes to fashion, according to data from Polyvore.
NCAA "March Madness" kicks off today with a lot of money being put behind the games. CNBC's Eric Chemi discusses further.
The smart-money brackets: CNBC.com got some of the world's elite investors to pick their NCAA Final Four.
Ed Feng, who runs the Power Rank sports subscription service, breaks down how the true experts in the game win their tournament pools.
March Madness is upon us, and that means it's time to fill out a bracket. CNBC.com's Eric Chemi gives you the tips you need to win your office pool this year.
CNBC's Eric Chemi discusses why the market performs well during March Madness.
Almost all major stocks have been positive during the month of March and the NCAA basketball tournament.
Forget actual knowledge about basketball. Tech-savvy sports fans construct algorithms to make March Madness predictions——for a $15,000 prize.
Cinderella teams that go deep into the NCAA basketball tournament can reap serious riches for their schools.