The “Fast Money Halftime Report” traders and Kourtney Gibson, Loop Capital president, weigh in on Facebook.
Facebook and Major League Baseball are in advanced talks to live stream one game per week. CNBC's Dominic Chu reports.
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Misty Copeland says her sponsors must reflect her belief in the importance of diversity and inclusion.
Lady Gaga received $0 for her Super Bowl performance.
Experts are now estimating the NFL salary cap for 2017. It's a complex formula tied to league total revenues and player incentives.
The day after the Super Bowl is known for office-wide hangovers and an uptick in "sick days." One company has a solution.
Rob Manfred, MLB commissioner, talks about his desire to provide more action in baseball as a way to retain viewers and draw new fans to the sport.
Yordano Ventura and Andy Marte died in two different traffic accidents, authorities in the Dominican Republic told the Associated Press.
The MLB star was once the youngest general manager in baseball history.
The rise of social media prompts baseball to institute new anti-hazing rules.
The retired baseball player tweeted at Donald Trump over the weekend, outlining his credentials to take over Janet Yellen's position.
The company's expanded deal with Turner shows its ambition to take a piece of the TV advertising budget.
The new deal between Under Armour and Major League Baseball will provide exciting opportunities at home and abroad, Kevin Plank says.
Kevin Plank, Under Armour founder & CEO, and Rob Manfred, Major League Baseball commissioner, discuss the partnership for Under Armour to take over as the uniform supplier as well as the upcoming Trump administration.
The company inked a 10-year deal with Major League Baseball to be the exclusive provider of on-field uniforms.
Trump previously said the Ricketts family was doing a "rotten job" of running the Cubs when the family was contributing money against him.
Tom Werner, Boston Red Sox chairman and Carsey Werner partner, discusses the state of Major League Baseball.
The city of Chicago celebrates the 2016 World Series Champion, the Chicago Cubs.
The Chicago Cubs' brand and identity may be changing after winning the World Series, Cubs Partner Andrew Berlin says.