13 Major League Baseball players have been suspended including Yankee, Alex Rodriguez. CNBC's Mary Thompson reports A-Rod's suspension is for the remainder of the 2013 season as well as the whole 2014 season.
According to reports, more than a dozen MLB players have been suspended from the league. Awaiting official word on New York Yankee, Alex Rodriguez, Robert Simmelkjaer, NBC Sports, breaks down what may happen if the 3rd baseman appeals.
Major League Baseball is pushing back its announcement on biogenesis punishments until later in the day. Bob Nightengale, USA Today Sports, offers insight on the details of Alex Rodriquez's expected suspension.
Scott Rosner, University of Pennsylvania professor, and Selena Roberts, "A-Rod: The Many Lives of Alex Rodriguez" author assess the fallout from a suspension of the Yankee third baseman.
The Yankees' slugger will reportedly be suspended today and through the end of the 2014 season, reports Rob Simmelkjaer, NBC Sports. Rodriguez is likely to appeal the suspension.
Low-cost carrier JetBlue plans to add premium seats to some of its plane; New York Yankee Alex Rodriguez will likely face suspension today from major league baseball; some banks are going high tech with the use of interactive teller machines; the wealthy are hoarding their cash, and California Gov. Jerry Brown has adverted a transit strike in San Francisco, reports CNBC's Becky Quick.
Michael Dell plans to stay with the company even if his buyout deal fails, and MLB is offering Alex Rodriguez a deal. CNBC's Bob Pisani and Jane Wells, discuss.
There's been no shortage of reaction to the suspension of Milwaukee Brewer Ryan Braun for the 65 games left in the season. But the biggest surprise is what players are saying.
Live attendance in pro U.S. sports, basketball, football, and even motor car racing and college football, has declined or leveled off.
Apple is reportedly searching for new talent to develop its iWatch, and Tesla Motors replaces Oracle on the Nasdaq today. CNBC's Simon Hobbs and Bob Pisani, discuss.
MLB executive vice president, Joe Torre, opens up about domestic violence and his Safe at Home Foundation. He gives his insight on instant replay revealing he is "hopeful by 2014 the MLB will have more instant replays. " He hopes "to gain trust back from the fans" after controversy surrounding the MLB and steroids.
Most of the contenders that could afford to compete are funded by a single source—a billionaire. Staging the event itself is estimated to cost as much as $100 million.
Want to know what $100 million will buy you? A sail boat so fast and sleek that its technology is more like an aircraft than a watercraft.
Former Patriots player Aaron Hernandez is facing murder charges. Which sports have the highest arrest rates? Patrick Rishe, Sports & Economic writer, offers insight.
Ken Goldin, Goldin Auctions, discusses the items up for auction in a Kobe Bryant memorabilia auction that takes place from June 17th through July 19th. Bryant's lawsuit to stop the auction has been settled. Also up for auction, the bat Jackie Robinson used during his MVP season.
Adam Ritter and Chad Evans, MLB.com, discuss existing products and what Apple might do to draw their interest at the company's Worldwide Developer Conference today.
There's a major development in Major League Baseball's steroid investigation, reports NBC's Brian Shactman.
The founder of a Miami anti-aging clinic has agreed to talk to Major League Baseball about players linked to performance-enhancing drugs, The Associated Press reported.
Stephen Cannella, Sports Illustrated, and Patrick Rishe, Webster University economics professor, discuss what's driving down attendance at Major League Baseball games this year. Much of it is attributable to the Miami Marlins, which have seen a tremendous drop in attendance.
Charlotte Motor Speedway will be roaring this Sunday as Nascar driver Danica Patrick takes the wheel for one of the biggest races of the year for her and her team.