CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports Wal-Mart will hear from over 340 existing or potential suppliers to pitch their American-made products to the retailer.» Read More
CNBC has learned that despite the fact that Pontiac is the official car of the NCAA and the final games are being played in the city of GM's headquarters, the car company is not inviting anyone to watch the action from the luxury suites at The Palace at Auburn Hills.
Given the Northern Trust situation and the subsequent pullback from tournament sponsors Morgan Stanley and Wachovia, we thought it would be a good time to check in with Ty Votaw, executive vice president of the PGA Tour.
Since Tiger Woods last played, the stock of some of his sponsors have plummeted along with the rest of the market. But the biggest loss we've seen doesn't have to do with one of Tiger's sponsors. It's actually the main sponsor of his caddie Steve Williams.
TJX said Wednesday that its fiscal fourth-quarter profit fell 17 percent partly because of the stronger dollar, but adjusted results still managed to top analysts' estimates.
With Tiger Woods returning to the course for the first time since he won the U.S. Open in June, the folks at Nike are gearing up, literally.
Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps will make his first big public appearance today at a "Get Motivated!" seminar in Sacramento, but.....
The current global slowdown is hitting those in every economic category, as even the very wealthy rein in spending.
The New York Yankees don't have names on the back of their jerseys, but that doesn't mean that the team can't use Phil Coke to advertise their official soft drink deal with the Coca Cola Company.
St. Patrick's Day has turned into a huge merchandising opportunity for both Major League Baseball and the NBA. And while you can get gear of any NBA team in that famous green to celebrate the holiday on March 17, there are some baseball teams that aren't exactly participating.
There is no secret to Amazon.com’s continuing success except “focusing on the basics,” said Jeff Bezos, chairman and CEO.
While surfing auction sites last night I stumbled across a pretty unique item - a ball signed by New York Yankees great Mickey Mantle, but instead of the normal inscription like "536 HR's," Mickey drops the "F-Bomb."
I spent much of the weekend watching the NFL Combine on the NFL Network. When you know who the players are, it’s actually pretty compelling television. Why? Because, for some people, fortunes are made or lost here.
A little more than an hour ago, FoxSports.com's Ken Rosenthal broke the story that New York Yankees outfielder Johnny Damon said he couldn't pay his bills because he had money invested with Stanford Financial.
The Labor Department reported that the Consumer Price Index, a key measure of retail prices, was up 0.3% in January after declining 0.8% in December.
We recently noted that Sports Illustrated "airbrushed" Danica Patrick's tattoo, removing it from the small of her back for pictures in their recent Swimsuit Issue. This afternoon, a spokesperson for the magazine responded.
Charles Barkley, in an interview with his TNT colleague Ernie Johnson on NBA.com, had the best apology we've seen in recent weeks.
Earlier today, the New York Post reported that IMG "quietly agreed to steer clients looking for investment advice to Stanford Financial Group, potentially exposing them to millions of dollars in losses resulting from the financial firm's alleged fraud.
A-Rod's reflection about his youth and having not gone to college presents a potentially unique opportunity for Alex from both a personal growth and public relations standpoint. My advice to Alex…go to college, says Kathy Connors, a veteran sports and entertainment publicity consultant.
CNBC has learned that golfer Vijay Singh, who just a month ago signed a big sponsorship deal with troubled firm Stanford Financial, will continue to endorse the company for the foreseeable future.
The NFL Combine starts today in Indianapolis. It's where players, who are best at the skills tests, can see their NFL draft stock rise.