More than two months after a tearful goodbye to Major League Baseball, Mariano Rivera is still drawing a crowd.» Read More
Some of Wall Street's biggest names are focused on India, but it's not the country's finances that have their attention. It's a chess tournament.
World Series MVP David Ortiz, of the Red Sox, loves Red Sox fans and was honored to win the World Series after the Boston marathon bombing.
Is bullying at work is the new sexual harassment? CNBC's Sue Herera and Jay Whitehead, Charity Partners CEO, discuss what employers and managers can do to prevent bullying in the workplace.
MLB's World Series Most Valuable Player David "Big Papi" Ortiz says the Boston Red Sox club turned the season around by having great attitudes, big hearts and a great manager. It's special to play for Boston, he says.
Companies such as Anheuser-Busch InBev, DirecTV, and Maxim Magazine are planning big parties for Super Bowl 2014, betting they will bring publicity.
Thousands of racegoers are flocking to Australia's major thoroughbred horse race. The Asia Squawk Box team discusses how much money is at stake.
Edmund Hartnett, Bronson Risk Consultants and former NYPD Deputy Chief, weighs in on security measures the NYPD will take at the New York City Marathon. "If you see something, say something," he urges.
CNBC's Mary Thompson takes a look behind the scenes of the New York City Marathon. New York Road Runners have doubled the security budget for this year's race.
They're back in the Big Apple: 50,000 runners, including over 21,000 holdovers from the canceled 2012 race, plus more than $1 million to ensure safety.
Mary Wittenberg, CEO of the New York Road Runners, joins CNBC's Mary Thompson to discuss the return of the New York City Marathon after Superstorm Sandy forced last year's cancellation. Partnership is stronger than ever, Whittenberg adds.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports from Santa Anita, CA where the most profitable horse racing event of the year, The Breeders Cup, will take place.
French soccer clubs are set to strike after President Francois Hollande said teams would have to pay the 75 percent tax.
Peter Berlin, European soccer writer at Sports Illustrated, comments on French soccer clubs' strike and says it will only make them look "greedy and stupid."
Wimbledon champion Andy Murray has told CNBC that his aim is to win the Australian Open, once he's recovered from a recent operation.
Professional tennis player Andy Murray, talks about his new graphene racquet, his "boring" recovery from a back injury and which Grand Slam he'd like to win next.
The outrage over the NFL league office's nonprofit status is out of bounds, says Todd Schoenberger, founder of LandColt Trading.
The hottest sports ticket in America is in Boston, where the Red Sox can win the World Series. But if you want to go, wear comfortable shoes.
Vanessa O'Connell, "Wheelmen" co-author and Reed Albergotti, "Wheelmen" co-author, discuss how they were able to uncover the Lance Armstrong doping cover-up.
As NBA season kicks off later today, CNBC's Eunice Yoon checks in on pre-season games in one of the biggest basketball-playing nations.
As the NBA season kicks off later today, CNBC's China correspondent, Eunice Yoon, checks in on pre-season games in one of the world's biggest basketball-playing nations: China.