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Dark clouds may have rolled in over Labor Day, but fret not ladies: Fashion's Night Out is here to cheer you up.
After admitting to a humiliating shambles in its Olympic contract, British security firm G4S faces investor scrutiny today, Catherine Boyle has a preview of its numbers.
Christie Rampone, U.S. women's soccer team captain, rang the NYSE opening bell and offers insight on the London games.
The mysterious release of a photo of Michael Phelps in a bathtub, shot for a Louis Vuitton ad campaign, threatens to cause a splash of a different kind. Those involved deny having released it early, perhaps because it may put Phelps in hot water with the International Olympic Committee.
The gold-winning, U.S. Olympics gymnastics team rings the closing bell at the NYSE.
So which Olympians left their mark on the 2012 games and are the biggest names in business? Here’s a look at 10 Olympic athletes you can expect to cash in.
A leading trade association for British tour operators says tourism slumped during the Olympics.
The top of the Olympics medals table was, as predicted, a struggle between the world’s biggest economy, the United States, and its second-biggest China for first place. Yet when population and GDP are factored in to the medals tally, the biggest winner is in fact tiny Caribbean island Grenada.
CNBC's John Carney and Robert Frank discuss the details of Romney and Ryan's tax plan, and weigh in on whether investors will jump on Facebook shares after its lockup expires.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera talks to Hamdi Ulukaya, Chobani CEO, about his company's sponsorship at the Olympic games and his plans to grow the company even with rising commodity costs.
Tom MacKenzie reports that corporations and countries are hiring large venues to cash in on the Games.
Magnus Alvarsson is Head of Solutions, Asia Pacific at ATOS talks about the firm's involvement with getting the IT infrastructure ready for the Olympics.
Sometimes the sports marketing universe aligns in perfect ways. For Skechers and Meb Keflezighi, August 2011 was one of those times.
From the moment in that London trumped Paris by four votes in the contest to host the 2012 Olympics, France has seethed at their neighbors and historical adversaries.
Teamwork is as important in business as in sports. Take a cue from Richard Branson, who successfully translates athletic skills into business success.
U.S. Olympic athlete Tyson Gay tells CNBC how he hopes to inspire young people to take up sport.
Shannon Miller, former U.S. Olympic gymnast, discusses what life is like after capturing Olympic gold.
Dmitry Chernyshenko, CEO of Sochi 2014 says the organizers of London 2012 should be extremely proud as it has been exceptional.
Daniel Moylan, chairman of the London Legacy Development Corporation, joins CNBC to discuss future uses for London's Olympic facilities after the Games.
Joseph Saunders, VISA chairman & CEO, discusses his company's stellar year and shares his outlook for growth as the stock reaches multi-year highs.