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More than 4,000 former NFL players claim intentional mis-representation, negligence and fraud when it comes to the League's awareness of the risks associated with concussions.
Major League Baseball may be a couple of centuries old, but when it comes to using technology and new media, the sport is hitting home runs.
The NFL and Providence Equity Partners have formed a new investment partnership. Eric Grubman, NFL Ventures & Business Operations, offers insight.
Mary Jo White will likely face questions about her work for big Wall Street clients when senators on Tuesday consider her nomination to head the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, while one lawmaker wants to talk football.
The country's biggest industrial company and most popular professional sports league are teaming up to take on the critical issue of head injuries in the NFL, reports CNBC's Mary Thompson. Jeff Kilburg, CNBC contributor, weighs in.
Okay sports fans, which one of the four major athletic endeavors is better than the others when it comes to weathering the latest economic storm? Which one has proven to be recession proof?
The Superdome's power company, New Orleans-based Entergy, took the blame Friday for the Super Bowl blackout. Company officials said the faulty device performed without problem during previous events.
"Everyone is going to know him because the Super Bowl is a marketer's dream," says his agent, except Joe Flacco is not a marketers dream.
Retailers selling televisions cut prices going into this Super Bowl with deeper discounts than a year ago, according to reports.
The NFL says there is no indication the Super Bowl halftime show with Beyonce caused the blackout at the game, reports CNBC's Brian Shactman.
CNBC's Brian Shactman provides highlights from last night's Super Bowl and discusses the unexpected blackout during last night's big game.
CNBC's Brian Shactman reports highlights from the 2013 Super Bowl, where the Baltimore Ravens surge to its second championship, beating the San Francisco 49ers, 34 to 31.
A class action lawsuit marching through the courts could dramatically change the economics of college sports and the status of amateur athletics in the U.S.
This year's Super Bowl will be held at New Orleans' Mercedes-Benz Superdome, and the city has been transformed since Hurricane Katrina in 2005, reports CNBC's Brian Shactman. Mark Simone, WOR Radio Talk Show host and CNBC's Contributors Keith Boykin and James Pethokoukis, discuss the news of Dan Marino's love child.
After spending millions on Super Bowl ads, some companies are breaking the longstanding tradition of keeping the commercials under wraps until the big game and leaking them online.
Jane Wells dives into the chip and dip bowl to explain the cost of this year's Super Bowl party foods, and John Davie of Consolidated Concepts reveals the truth behind "boneless chicken wings".
Courtney Reagan shows how advertisers are now trying to get more for the millions they're spending to run an advertisement during the Super Bowl.(2:02)
One company found that energy usage in the US drops by more than 5% during the game and as much as 7.5% during the half-time show, even though it would take 10 coal-fired power plants to fire all the televisions being watched.
CNBC's Brian Shactman heads to New Orleans to ask NFL players and coaches a variety of finance-related questions. Thoughts on the rally? Would you buy Apple at these levels? Which Mario do you like, Draghi or Monti? Some of the answers will surprise you.
CNBC's Brian Shactman takes a look at what has changed since New Orleans last hosted the Super Bowl in 2002.