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.
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.
A crowdfunding campaign called "The People's Horse" is letting just about anyone back a horse that may one day compete in races.
The four-year old thoroughbred and Triple Crown champion has traded racing for reproduction at Coolmore Farms in Versailles, Kentucky.
After a picture surfaced on Twitter of him smoking on a bong, Laremy Tunsil fell in the NFL draft, costing him an estimated $8 million in salary.
She’s the No. 1-ranked tennis player and one of the richest athletes in the world, but if you ask Serena Williams, she hasn’t “made it.”
Nyquist, a three-year-old champion thoroughbred horse, enters Churchill Downs undefeated at 7-0, and as bettors' top pick.