Lebron James racked up $300 million in the shoe business in 2012. Can Kobe Bryant's new "Kobe 9" shoe succeed? CNBC's Jane Wells has the details.» Read More
Kobe Bryant debuted his latest pair of basketball shoes this week—the only question now is when he'll take the court in them.
Will the arms race in baseball finally come to a breaking point? Will the NFL regain its mojo? What lies ahead in sports is not a sure bet. CNBC's Dominic Chu offers his insights.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports NBA Laker's star player Kobe Bryant will probably sit out Friday's game against the Sacramento Kings, but when he does return he'll likely be wearing new high tech sport boots.
Loews Hotels Chairman Jonathan Tisch, a "born optimist," thinks mayor-elect Bill de Blasio understands business is the "engine that creates jobs." He also discusses preparation for Super Bowl XLVIII. "This is the New York/New Jersey Super Bowl," he says.
Fantex will launch the largest celebrity IPO in history on a stock exchange that lets fans and investors trade on the value of personal brands.
An increasing number of people are offering to rent out their homes and apartments on websites to football fans planning a trip to the big game.
The NFL and MLB have threatened to move all of their games to cable television if streaming startup Aereo is deemed legal.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on the battle brewing between the leagues and the video streaming service.
Qatar's construction sector is "rife with abuse", according to a new report.
The most powerful sports league in the world has an image problem. Vai Sikahema, former NFL player and WCAU news sports director, and Patrick Rishe, Webster University sports business professor, discuss the ongoing problems for the NFL that includes numerous arrests, hazing, and concussions.
Under Armour will acquire MapMyFitness in a deal to take over the digital fitness tracking platform with more than 20 million registered users.
The former world heavyweight boxing champion reflects on his bad decisions. "Money came with the territory. I wasn't prepared for it," he says.
Some of these seats provide a view you've never seen before. Others enable you to see and be seen with movers and shakers of Wall Street, Hollywood and sports.
Fantex, a marketing company, will allow small investors to buy and sell interests in the earnings of football players and other athletes, reports NYT.
Spreecast co-founder and CEO Jeff Fluhr, discusses his company's focus on media and education, as well as how Spreecast differs from Ustream.
Bigger players "tried to intimidate and bully me," said former New York Giants wide receiver Phil McConkey, calling the Miami Dolphins scandal bizarre.
Retired NFL player Phil McConkey says he has "seen nothing like this" in regards to bullying in the locker room.
Mike Lafin, CEO of Sportcal, comments on BT's deal to broadcast Champions League matches for the next three years and on Brazil's remaining challenges ahead of the 2014 soccer World Cup.
Barry Switzer covers Oklahoma games from his "coaches cabana," reports CNBC's Jane Wells. Since Switzer never shows the games, they don't have to pay rights to the NCAA.
Brian Rolapp, chief operating officer of NFL Media, discusses the league's deal with the social network.