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What keeps customers coming back to SoulCycle, and just how much is the fitness empire growing? SoulCycle co-founders Elizabeth Cutler and Julie Rice, discuss how they choose where to expand.
Three tickets matched all six numbers in Wednesday's Powerball lottery drawing and will split a $448 million jackpot, authorities said on Thursday.
The boss of UltimatePoker.com—the first legal, real-money poker site in the U.S.—told CNBC that users can only play in one state right now but not for long.
Jaison Blair, analyst and managing director at Telsey Advisory Group, dissects Disney's quarterly earnings and estimates what the growth drivers will be for the coming years.
Nevada has become the first state to legalize online poker play for residents of legal age. Many other states will follow suit if sites such as UltimatePoker.com prove successful.
"Six Flags is back and big," said James Reid-Anderson, chairman of Six Flags Entertainment, discussing how the company's deferred revenue gains is a positive indication of future growth.
More bad news for Carnival cruise lines: Another ship adrift and reports of sick guests on an island cruise center. Will this latest wave sink the stock?
The higher payroll tax and rising gas prices are prompting consumers to dine out less. But could tax refunds in the mail bring relief to the sector?
St. Patrick's Day falls on a weekend for the second year in a row, giving Irish bars an opportunity to reel in more customers.
Rob Katz, Chairman & CEO of Vail Resorts, discusses the outlook on this season's skiing season and weighs in on whether his business will be impacted by the "fiscal cliff" stalemate.
Arne Sorenson, Marriott International CEO & president, explains how demand for its high-end hotels helped the company beat third quarter estimates, and weighs in on a bullish forecast for 2013.
British men's waistlines have shrunk since the financial crisis cut the number and length of business lunches, a London tailor specialized in making suits for executives in the City said on Friday.
People participating in extreme sports can spend anywhere from a few hundred dollars to tens of thousands. What are the costs associated with extreme sports?
The wealthy are still skiing, and that helps Vail Resorts' bottom line, Chief Executive Robert Katz told CNBC Thursday.
When it comes to resources for the physically active, not all US cities are created equal. Click to see some of the cities that are havens for physically active Americans.
Click to see which states are gaining ground, and how much spending has changed in the top five states for golf-related activities, according to American Express.
Hotel room rates have risen in the last year but they are still down 10% from before the 2008 economic downturn, Arne Sorenson, president of Marriott International, told CNBC Thursday.