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Jonathan Tisch, chairman of Loews Hotels and Resorts, discusses the renovation of the landmark hotel.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady will be on the field this weekend for the big game, said team President Jonathan Kraft, looking to reassure concerned fans.
Jonathan Kraft, New England Patriots president, discusses the upcoming AFC championship game against the Denver Broncos and the state of The Kraft Group's sports and entertainment business.
CNBC's Mary Thompson reports Judge Anita Brody rejected the initial concussion settlement from the NFL and former players, claiming that the money will not be sufficient to cover injured players.
Nike is unveiling its uniforms for this year's Super Bowl. LeSean McCoy, Philadelphia Eagles running back, and Todd Van Horne, Nike creative director for football, share their reaction.
Hank Meijer, Meijer CEO and co-chairman, helped the city of Indianapolis avoid a blackout of the Colts NFL playoff game by purchasing 1200 tickets and donating them to local military families.
America's wealthiest philanthropists donated a total of more than $3.4 billion to charity, including Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg. CNBC's Robert Frank and Dominic Chu discuss.
Green Bay Packers fan Vias Karaouzas says weather was the major deciding factor to not buy tickets for this Sunday's playoff game. The cost and pricing structure is also becoming prohibitive, he adds.
As part of a national marketing campaign to woo female fans, Belk Stores renews its sponsorship of the college football game that bears its name.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on the economics of the fantasy sports business and highlights new football leagues that allow you to draft a new team every week.
The FCC is considering lifting the controversial blackout rule on NFL games that are not sold out. Super Bowl winning coach, Brian Billick does not think the FCC has the right to insert itself into the business of the NFL.
Get ready sports fans. There are 35 college football bowl games for your holiday viewing, and next year's even better.
Will the arms race in baseball finally come to a breaking point? Will the NFL regain its mojo? What lies ahead in sports is not a sure bet. CNBC's Dominic Chu offers his insights.
Loews Hotels Chairman Jonathan Tisch, a "born optimist," thinks mayor-elect Bill de Blasio understands business is the "engine that creates jobs." He also discusses preparation for Super Bowl XLVIII. "This is the New York/New Jersey Super Bowl," he says.
Fantex will launch the largest celebrity IPO in history on a stock exchange that lets fans and investors trade on the value of personal brands.
An increasing number of people are offering to rent out their homes and apartments on websites to football fans planning a trip to the big game.
The NFL and MLB have threatened to move all of their games to cable television if streaming startup Aereo is deemed legal.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on the battle brewing between the leagues and the video streaming service.
The most powerful sports league in the world has an image problem. Vai Sikahema, former NFL player and WCAU news sports director, and Patrick Rishe, Webster University sports business professor, discuss the ongoing problems for the NFL that includes numerous arrests, hazing, and concussions.
Some of these seats provide a view you've never seen before. Others enable you to see and be seen with movers and shakers of Wall Street, Hollywood and sports.