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It's not clear whether Christian Lopez, the fan that caught Derek Jeter's 3000th hit, will have to pay any taxes for the roughly $60,000 in tickets and the signed balls and jerseys they gave to him in return.
Soccer fever has hit this country. Well, as much as soccer fever can. The dramatic header by Abby Wambach, which eventually led to a shootout victory over Brazil last Sunday, has plenty of people drinking the marketing Kool-Aid.
K-Swiss has absolutely owned the sports marketing world's attention over the past couple days, as its viral video featuring Danny McBride of "Eastbound & Down" as Kenny Powers has been watched over and over again.
Age is just a number. Unfortunately, this axiom doesn’t always apply when it comes to professional sports. Who are the 10 most notable athletes still active after the age of 40?
Here, we take a look at the evolution of air travel: the good, the bad and the inbetween — they're all "firsts" that changed the industry.
Earlier today (Monday), Tiger's agent Mark Steinberg, former head of IMG Golf, announced that he would be joining Excel Sports Management. Here's our conversation.
The biggest free agent in the sports agency world told CNBC he was joining New York-based Excel Sports Management as a partner.
A year ago, LeBron "took his talents to Miami" on ESPN's "The Decision" show and the positive perception of the NBA star fell off a cliff. So, where are we now, a season later with of course a missed chance at a title?
An endorsement is only as good as the pairing between the athlete and the product. That's why I'm loving Skechers signing a guy like Danny Woodhead. Skechers was looking for an underdog type character to endorse its Resistance Prospeed running shoes and its ProTR training shoes.
Brandon Steiner has made a career out of selling autographs and memorabilia and his company's deal with the New York Yankees undoubtedly has him salivating over the business Derek Jeter's 3,000th hit will bring him.
Great ad campaigns can be revolutionary. They can change the way people live their daily lives—for better or for worse. Here we celebrate the Top 10 advertising campaigns of the 20th century.
Not many teams have balance sheets that are publicly available, but there is one team whose balance sheets anyone can view and it happens to be a team that at least claims to have lost a ton of money.
PyeongChang was the prohibitive favorite, not only because it has been through this bidding rodeo unsuccessfully twice before, but because they took the unique step of moving ahead with venues well before they were even declared winners.
Yesterday, we broke the story that Under Armour had signed a multi-year deal with NBA Draft pick Kemba Walker. Today, we sat down with Walker and Under Armour senior vice president of sports marketing Matt Mirchin to talk about the deal.
Still looking for its can't miss star a year less than a year after debuting its first basketball shoe, Under Armour agreed to terms with Kemba Walker, sources told CNBC. Walker is the first player in this year's draft class to sign with a shoe company.
Companies spend millions of dollars of naming stadiums and doing athlete sponsorship deals, but, as yesterday proved once again, Nathan's has the best marketing deal in sports.
The 'Superbowl' of speed eating, the Nathan's Famous International Hot Dog Eating Contest, held on July 4 on Coney Island, could become a global sport, its organizer told CNBC.com, as the event enters its 96th year.
Michael Vick got to write his comeback story on the field, now he has seen his image come full circle off of it. In a remarkable move, CNBC has learned that Nike, which severed Vick’s contract in 2007 after he admitted to his involvement in a dogfighting ring, has re-signed the Philadelphia Eagles quarterback. (Updated)
Click ahead to see the athletes who defied logic and came back to their respective sports after conventional wisdom pronounced their careers dead and buried.
At midnight tonight, the NBA owners are expected to lockout the players. The sides are about 10 times more apart than the NFL owners and players were on the last day of their Collective Bargaining Agreement.
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