The lawyer who investigated the claims about unethical behavior in the Fifa World Cup bidding process resigned.» Read More
The battle over sports gambling is heading to the courts, reports CNBC's Morgan Brennan.
Quadruple world champion Sebastian Vettel will replace Fernando Alonso at Ferrari next season after signing a three-year deal, the Italian team said on Thursday.
The Buffalo Bills tweeted for help shoveling out Ralph Wilson Stadium after the area got pummeled with 6 feet of snow.
A new study suggests that CEO's who choose leisure over hard work aren't maximizing shareholder value. The Fiscal Times reports.
Corinna Freedman, BB&T senior analyst, explains why she has a buy rating on Under Armour versus a hold rating on Nike.
Chicago Bears' Alshon Jeffery is the fourth athlete to go public. Fantex CEO Buck French, explains how investors can trade athletes.
Soccer body FIFA on Tuesday lodged a criminal complaint in connection with the awarding of hosting rights for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.
Economic troubles at the only remaining rival bidder for the 2022 Olympics have left an open path for Beijing to host again.
Broadcast TV actually fares better than basic cable now, at least in terms of ratings and ad revenue, says CBS CEO Les Moonves.
CNBC's David Faber speaks to CBS CEO Leslie Moonves, about his interest in purchasing Starz and if CBS will continue to get paid well for content despite competition from Netflix and other streaming providers.
CBS CEO Leslie Moonves, discusses the importance of NFL football to its programming and the launch of its live digital news channel, "CBSN."
Big media companies are posting earnings this week. Time will tell if their experimentation will pay off.
Keselowski and Gordon bumped during Sunday's AAA Texas 500, leading to an all-out fight after the race, USA Today reports.
Apple CEO's public announcement that he is gay is sure to have consequences, but NBA player Jason Collins says the impact can only be positive.
Top Marathoner Meb Keflezighi talks about the big business behind running marathons.
Turner Sports basketball analyst Charles Barkley is ready to put his money where his mouth is—and become the equivalent of a CEO for an NBA team.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan takes a look at the economic impact of LeBron James, on and off the court.
Can LeBron live up to the hype in Cleveland? Michael Ozanian, Forbes Magazine, discusses how he impacts the Cavs upcoming TV deal and how much the team is now worth.
As awkward moments go during the celebrations of sports championships, the "Chevy Guy" presenting the World Series MVP with a truck is up there.
LeBron James returns to Cleveland tonight. CNBC's Morgan Brennan discusses the huge marketing opportunity for LeBron's sponsors, and the boost to the economy in Cleveland.
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