Baseball player Alex Rodriguez appears to have an unusual business counselor: SAC Capital Advisors founder Steve Cohen.
From billionaire business tycoons to sports stars and entertainers, the list of possible buyers for the Los Angeles Clippers only continues to grow.
According to investigators, former NFL player Irving Fryar and his mother defrauded banks out of hundreds of thousands of dollars. CNBC's Andrea Day has the story.
If there came an opportunity to invest in the Los Angeles Clippers, Hollywood superstar Matt Damon says he's definitely interested.
Most football fans are already personally invested in the fortunes of their favorite players. Now they can get a return on that investment.
Ruffles has hired the wide receiver to be its frontman for a funny promotion called "Rough Life."
Software is "going to be a bigger and bigger factor in terms of experience with the products we create," said Mark Parker.
It's likely to be months before results of the vote are known. The outcome may not be as crucial as what the NLRB in Washington decides.
Buffalo Bills cheerleaders are suing for better wages. The cheerleaders say the Buffalo Bills paid them nothing for working at NFL games.
Supporters of soccer club Manchester United have laid the blame for their team's miserable year at the feet of its U.S. owners.
A federal judge in Philadelphia has again declined to approve deals for some of the retired players suing the NFL over concussions.
CNBC's Scott Wapner reports a judge in Philadelphia has denied approval of the proposed $765 million NFL concussion settlement.
If college athletes ever get paid, their salaries could be in the hundreds of thousands of dollars, if not millions.
CNBC's Sue Herera looks at today's Power Lunch stories, including how General Motors may be affected by the investigations into its recall handling.
The term "student-athlete" is out of date, say attorneys and other advocates for paying college athletes.
Many—maybe most—NFL players face serious financial stresses after leaving the game. One boot camp wants to change that.
NFL players who are used to competing on the field are not competing in the boardroom. Former NFL defensive back Phillip Buchanon, pitches a new financial literacy board game to investors.
When asked about this year's NFL Draft, Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson gives a brilliant response.
Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson was named Vizio's "Top Value Performer" for the second year in a row. Wilson tells the "Fast Money" crew he loves playing the game of football no matter what his pay is and weighs in on investing and his involvement with the Texas Rangers.
Basketball great Magic Johnson thinks Jason Collins, the NBA's first openly gay player, is a slam dunk for the league and gays alike.