On the final play of Monday night's NFL game, a controversial touchdown call changed the game's outcome. Some sources say it was a $150-300 million dollar swing. Various Las Vegas sources told CNBC, it was much more than that.
On the final play of Monday night's game between the Seattle Seahawks and the Green Bay Packers, a Seahawks pass was called a touchdown when it appeared Green Bay had actually intercepted the ball. But does a "blown call" really matter?
At Friday's ribbon cutting for the Barclays Center, the new Brooklyn home for the NBA's Nets franchise, a transformation was clear. The New Jersey Nets were never cool. The BROOKLYN Nets are.
CNBC's Darren Rovell reports on how Madison Square Garden prepares for the NHL Playoffs season.
Hank Ratner, Madison Square Garden CEO, discusses his company's latest $980 million transformation and its Q3 earnings, with CNBC's Darren Rovell.
CNBC's Darren Rovell has the latest details on the resignation of New York Knicks head coach, Mike D'Antoni.
At 2:14 p.m. ET, Yahoo’s NBA reporter Adrian Wojnarowski tweeted that the Knicks and head coach Mike D’Antoni had parted ways. Less than an hour and a half later, Knicks fans were sent e-mails to secure their playoff tickets.
Take a look at some of Tuesday morning's early movers:
Take a look at some of Friday morning's early movers:
"Linsanity" has pushed shares of MSG up 15 percent on the year and to their highest level since it was spun out of Cablevision two years ago.
Stocks closed mixed in thin trading Friday ahead of the three-day holiday weekend, but all major averages logged robust gains for the week following some positive economic news and amid optimism that Greece will soon find a solution to its debt crisis.
The 48-day standoff between the MSG Network and Time Warner Cable ended Friday, according to two people aware of the resolution who were not authorized to speak publicly, the New York Times reports.
Jim Cramer’s researcher, Nicole Urken, takes a look at why there is limited near-term upside for Weight Watchers stock … with a nod toward linsanity
He's Asian-American, Harvard-educated and not that tall by NBA standards. He's Jeremy Lin, the point guard who, quite unexpectedly, has led the New York Knicks on a seven-game winning streak.
Sometime, in the very near future, there will be a company that might take a big bet on Jeremy Lin. Until then, Mitchell Modell has more riding on the 23-year-old Harvard graduate turned Knicks point guard, than anyone else in the country, save for Knicks owner James Dolan.
The economic and cultural effects of Jeremy Lin's breakout performance for the New York Knicks, have spread far and wide this week. But the biggest winners so far, aside from Knicks fans themselves, may be sports bars across the Big Apple.
A Pekingese named Malachy, last year's No 2. dog, won Best in Show at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show at New York's Madison Square Garden.
Basketball's labor-management battle costs dearly, Nike puts its stamp on the NFL merchandizing and a sponsorship goes to a new level.
The thoughts of a year-long NBA work stoppage greatly affected the stock of The Madison Square Garden Company, Without the Knicks playing, MSG wouldn't be able to fully cash in on the completion of the first stage of its three-year renovation, which will cost more than $850 million.
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