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Michael Binetti, UBS retail analyst, digs into Under Armour's earnings, and whether retail companies are delivering.
Over the last year, Premiere League clubs spent £950 million on transfer fees. Jon Smith, CEO of The First Artist Company, talks about the Premiere League soccer stars' super salaries.
CNBC's "Fast Money" traders looked at how to play Wednesday's retail developments.
With ski season in full swing, one Colorado start-up is revamping the traditional ski boot. Unlike those old-school boots, Apex Ski Boots founder Denny Hanson says, you'll find his comfortable.
Caddies have filed a $50 million lawsuit against the PGA Tour alleging they were compelled to wear corporate sponsored bibs without compensation.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports the lawsuit is over caddies being forced to wear logos without pay.
Prince Ali bin Al Hussein, Vice President of FIFA is stepping up his game in the presidency elections, saying that FIFA needs to have "clear transparency" and "proper reforms."
Big brands face a challenge in maximizing their reach on both television and mobile phone screens.
Ahead of the Super Bowl, Sportsbook announced it had suspended prop bets related to the national anthem because of suspected "insider info."
The NFL concussion settlement has been rejected again. The judge in the case outlines changes in fairness she says are needed before its approval, reports CNBC's Dominic Chu.
Some ads hit the mark with viewers during Super Bowl Sunday, while some fell flat into the ground, according to experts.
Robby Novak, 9-year-old Kid President star, and Brad Montague, Kid President producer, talk about how the YouTube series got started and the impact it's had.
The jury is still out on how much the Super Bowl impacted Glendale, Arizona's economy.
Mark Josephson, CEO, Bitly, talks about the ads that drew the most clicks during last night's Super Bowl.
Jon Steinberg, North America CEO, Daily Mail, talks about the Nationwide ad from last night. You couldn't really tell what it was about, he says. He says he now believes the ad price was worth it.
The New England Patriots' Super Bowl win over the Seattle Seahawks became the most-watched American TV program ever.
James Cooper, Executive Editor, AdWeek, rates the advertising during last night's Super Bowl.
Exclusive data to CNBC shows people claimed to "like" Super Bowl ads that never actually aired this year.
Forget the oddsmakers, if you really want to know who's going to win the big game, break out your copy of Madden.
The Super Bowl indicator has a surprising accuracy rate, notes Ron Insana. So is a Pats win bad news for stocks in 2015?