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Dr. Bernie Machen, University of Florida president, discusses his team's success trip on the road to the NCAA semi-finals, and the big business of college basketball.
Jack Groetzinger, Seatgeek co-founder, explains why Final Four tickets are at an all-time high, as well as the strong growth in music and the NFL.
Eli Capilouto, University of Kentucky president, discusses school pride and the big business of college basketball.
Patrick Doyle, President & CEO of Domino's Pizza, shares his winning strategy to beat the competition.
Dave Briggs, NBC Sports "Sportsdash" host, provides his thoughts on the likely outcome in the NCAA championship playoff. I think the officiating for the last three or four games have been atrocious, says Briggs, but Florida will likely cut down the net.
Discussing the NCAA tournament, as well as the implications for college sports of Northwestern's permission to unionize, with Michael Aresco, Commissioner of the American Athletic Conference.
If the ruling on allowing Northwestern University football players to unionize stands all challenges, it may not be so easy to do.
Ticket prices for the remaining March Madness games vary a lot, depending on the teams and where they play.
They are not unionized employees of the university, says Mark Emmert, NCAA president, explaining why he thinks college athletes should not be paid but rather it allows the players to obtain an education that will help them throughout their lives. Also a look at where all the NCAA money goes.
CNBC's Jim Cramer and "Squawk Box's" Joe Kernen share their bracket standings.
"Squawk Box's" Becky Quick and Joe Kernen share their bracket standings with NBC Sports Network "Sports Dash" host Dave Briggs.
The sighs heard round the office Thursday were likely from those who came out on the wrong end of their bracket picks for the NCAA tourney.
Sally Smith, Buffalo Wild Wings president and CEO, discusses the big business her company gains from March Madness and their use of tablets at the table.
Warren Buffett is offering $1 billion to anyone who will fill the perfect NCAA tournament bracket. But the odds and numbers are in his favor.
Workers will likely break the law by taking part in office pools for the NCAA basketball tournament. But not always.
Warren Buffett discusses how he's feeling about insuring a contest by Quicken Loans to offer a billion dollars for the perfect March Madness bracket.
Jeffrey Bergen, DePaul University professor of mathematics, break down the math on Quicken Loans and Warren Buffett's offer of a billion dollars to anyone who can guess the perfect March Madness bracket.
Lousiville Cardinals Coach Rick Pitino discusses March Madness and how he teaches his players to deal with the pitfalls of social media.
Warren Buffett said he would pay $1 billion to anyone who could pick a perfect NCAA bracket, but it appears Yahoo may have had the idea first, a report said.
Win or lose, a lawsuit against the NCAA to give college athletes compensation for the use of their likeness will likely change collegiate athletics.