Jessica Golden is a senior field producer at CNBC where she covers a broad range of topics for the network including sports business and wealth.
Golden was nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Business and Economic Reporting for her work on North Dakota's oil boom in the Bakken in 2012.
Prior to joining CNBC, Golden was a producer at ABC News. She received a bachelor's degree in Communications from Cornell University.
The three-time Super Bowl champion is also an entrepreneur. He talks to CNBC about what it takes to be successful.
The NBA All-Star says you have to stay humble and always have a plan B.
As prices on the secondary market soar, two new companies are hoping to change the way you buy sports tickets.
CNBC visited the offices of Bleacher Report to see how it is shaping sports journalism for the digital age.
The NBA Finals are a sequel to last year with the Golden State Warriors battling the Cleveland Cavaliers, but when it comes to ticket prices, it’s a new story.
CNBC has learned that Kentucky Derby winner Nyquist will not run in the Belmont Stakes.
Former Major League Baseball Commissioner, Bud Selig, is amazed at how politics have become so controversial this year.
He began his career like most ordinary college grads: no money, no clear direction. Then he founded Nike, the athletic-apparel mega-company.