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After Brock Lesnar retained his heavyweight title at UFC 100 on Saturday night, he caused a stir by saying he’d be going home to drink a Coors Light “because Bud Light won’t pay me nuthin.”
If the copies of Electronic Arts' NCAA Football '10 that we received are the same that hit stores at midnight, the damages against the video game company and the NCAA could grow in the suit against them.
The big event –- UFC 100 –- will take place this weekend in Las Vegas. With that in mind, UFC president Dana White joined me on CNBC this morning to talk business.
What started as a college drinking game (and, honestly, never stopped being one) is expanding beyond the frat house. Beer Pong leagues are popping up around the country — and there’s actually some substantial money in the game for expert players.
Lenny Dykstra sat down with CNBC at his $24 million hilltop estate behind the gates of Sherwood Country Club.
It's the talk of the sports world. Jordan Crawford's dunk over LeBron James at the Cavaliers star's Skills Academy.
I am at Lenny Dykstra's $24 million mansion in Sherwood Country Club, where I snapped some photos. Dykstra is here and preparing to be interviewed by me about his Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing this week, which stopped a planned foreclosure of his estate.
When it came time to do another documentary, I knew that NASCAR was going to be it. It’s a sport with a huge fan following that is most exposed to the economic downturn.
The last time you heard of Kazakhstan, it might have been from Borat Sagdiyev, the fictitious Kazakh journalist played by Sasha Baron Cohen in the movie Borat.
To commemorate Michael Jordan’s induction into the Basketball Hall of Fame in September, Jordan’s long-time partner Gatorade is unveiling a limited edition of six, 32-ounce bottles featuring labels with moments from his career.
Ten years ago, Staples bought the naming rights to the arena that hosted the Los Angeles Lakers and the Los Angeles Clippers. It was a 20-year deal reportedly worth $116 million.
It has become a standard tradition. When a sponsored athlete wins a big tournament, the company runs a full page ad in a newspaper to congratulate them.
Andy Roddick played the match of his life yesterday, only to lose to Roger Federer in the Wimbledon final that featured a five-set marathon that lasted 30 games.
Dear Lance, When cyclists line up in Monaco on Saturday morning to start the Tour De France, I hope you'll be there where you should be - cheering on the sideline.
Tickets for the chance to see British tennis hopeful Andy Murray play in the men’s final of the Wimbledon championship have been rocketing in price, with one tout offering to sell centre court tickets for £20,000 ($32,636) each, according to media reports.
For the second straight day, while practicing at Congressional Country Club to gear up for this week's AT&T National, Vijay Singh was not wearing a hat and shirt with the Stanford Financial logos on it.
Andy Murray fever is alive and well here in London and if he becomes the first Brit to win Wimbledon since Fred Perry did it in 1936, the companies that endorse him could have a lot to gain.
The best part about lawsuits for the uninvolved public is that they give us all a glance into contracts that have previously been kept confidential.
In the current economic climate, with C-level executives in every type of business wanting to wring every penny from their corporate processes, sustainability means finding ways to reduce, reuse, and repurpose anything along their supply chain, leading hopefully to a leaner, cleaner—and greener—operation.
For years, fans have met their favorite sports stars by paying hundreds of dollars for a couple seconds of in-person contact and a signature at a memorabilia show. Others have dished thousands to meet their heroes at fantasy camps. Bruce Bibbero thinks his latest offering tops it all.
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