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NBA's iconic stars — including LeBron James and Stephen Curry — will not be on the 2016 USA basketball team in Rio. Can the team get gold?
Brazil is notorious for its large concentration of hackers. Fears are mounting that there could be large-scale breaches at the Rio Olympics.
Long after the impending Summer Olympics end, some countries are more likely to feel the after-effects than others.
The Rio de Janeiro 2016 Olympics appear to be in a very bad way before the event has even started, Recode reports. Airbnb's not worried.
Google searches for "gymnastic classes" have increased more than 200 percent in the past 30 days. Jon Kaplan, Google Financial Services director, offers insight on Google search trends.
Rusal CEO Oleg Deripaska invested more than $1.3 billion into the 2014 Olympics. CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera asks Deripaska about the high cost of the games.
Insight on the broadcast rush for rights of the Olympic Games, with Brian Stelter, New York Times reporter.
Christie Rampone, U.S. women's soccer team captain, rang the NYSE opening bell and offers insight on the London games.
The gold-winning, U.S. Olympics gymnastics team rings the closing bell at the NYSE.
CNBC's John Carney and Robert Frank discuss the details of Romney and Ryan's tax plan, and weigh in on whether investors will jump on Facebook shares after its lockup expires.
In this excerpt from his "Santelli Exchange," Rick says the understandable desire of the American people to excuse U.S. Olympians from paying taxes on their winnings is an example of how the country's tax code has become "horrible." He then ties that view to the ongoing debate in Washington on whether wealthier Americans should have their Bush-era tax cuts continue and how "wealthy" is defined.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Caruso reports how the London games have hurt retail stores in the area around the Olympics.
Miles Nadal, MDC Partners chairman & CEO, discusses how some of the major sponsors at the London Olympics are spending their ad dollars through social media.
CNBC's Kelly Evans reports on the extreme measures the wealthiest visitors are taking to avoid crowds at the Olympics.
CNBC's Carl Quintanilla reports people around the world are placing big bets on the Olympics, and not just the sporting events.
Sharing insight into how the real estate market is doing, with Richard LeFrak, LeFrak Organization.
"We did see gold hit all time highs this week and the sell off wasn¿t as sharp as the sell off that we saw in silver back in April and that¿s because there have been a number of structural changes that have taken place in the gold market. We have seen gold being embraced by the portfolio manager but also there have been a number of changes that have meant the gold price is much better supported than silver is. The macro uncertainty has seen investors turning back to gold and that was something that was absent in the first part of the year." Suki Cooper commodities analyst at Barclays Capital told CNBC
CNBC's Darren Rovell reports NBC will get the rights to a new four-game Olympic Games deal. Discussing OPEC's impact on shippers, with Urs Dur, Lazard Capital Markets, and the Fast Money traders weigh in on today's trades to play.
CNBC's Maria Bartiromo and Jose Formoso, Embratel CEO discussing business opportunities for one of Brazil's leading telecom firms.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera takes a look at Brazil's efforts to build a stadium for the 2014 World Cup, and expand its infrastructure before the 2016 Olympics.