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The CBS CEO said the NFL is the best thing in TV, and said the league took the appropriate action with Ray Rice.
New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony discusses the controversy surrounding Ray Rice.
Discussing his tech investments, New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony wants to figure out how the tech world can enhance his game.
CNBC's David Faber speaks to Leslie Moonves, CBS Corp. president & CEO, about the Ray Rice incident and CBS' deal for Thursday Night Football with the NFL.
Discussing whether NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell should stay or go, after his handling of the Ray Rice video incident, with Mark Stevens, MSCO Marketing CEO, and Mitch Epner, former Federal prosecutor.
Park City Mountain Resort is selling season passes for the season which begins November 22nd, after a battle between the owners of the bottom of the mountain and the owners at the top. CNBC's Jane Wells has the story.
While he's feeling the pressure, Jimmie Johnson told CNBC the Chase for the Sprint Cup's new format actually takes some of the stress away.
A senior Justice Department official signaled that additional state legal charges against the running back could be in the offing.
MLB.com CEO & President Bob Bowman, discusses partnering with Apple. Fans will soon be able to pay for tickets online using Touch ID on MLB's "At Bat" app. Bowman says Apple Pay is transgenerational and a juggernaut that's hard to beat.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said when he saw the elevator video of Ray Rice striking his then-fiancee, he found it "sickening," he told USA TODAY.
N.F.L. commissioner Roger Goodell should have delivered a biggest punishment to Ray Rice, says super agent Leigh Steinberg.
The company that owns the bottom of Park City's most popular ski resort has agreed to pay a $17.5 million bond to maintain access to the top.
The NFL's Baltimore Ravens have decided to offer an exchange to anyone who wants to get rid of their Ray Rice jersey.
In the midst of the Bruce Levenson Atlanta Hawks scandal, former NBA commissioner David Stern lends his insight about racism in sports as a whole.
Leigh Steinberg, Steinberg Sports & Entertainment CEO, weighs in on the controversy surrounding former Baltimore Raven Ray Rice and criticism for Commissioner Roger Goodell. Steinberg says there is nothing on the TMZ tape that was not already relayed to the commissioner and the Baltimore Ravens.
David Stern, former NBA commissioner, and Gordon Gund, former Cleveland Cavaliers owner, discuss yet another controversy over racist comments made by a team owner and the Raven's release of Ray Rice.
The Baltimore Ravens fired its running back after a video surfaced showing Rice knocking out his then fiancée in a hotel elevator. NBC Sports Anchor Dave Briggs, shares his thoughts on the NFL's tougher domestic violence policy.
Keith Reed, former senior editor at ESPN Magazine, discusses questions that need to be answered by the NFL following the indefinite suspension of Ray Rice.
The NFL responds to a report that it didn't ask a casino for video showing Ray Rice punching his then-fiancee in a hotel elevator.
The New York Times' sports columnist Mike Tierney, shares his reaction to news the Baltimore Ravens have terminated Ray Rice's contract, and the NFL has indefinitely suspended Rice following new video evidence.
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