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Among the events that happened on this day in history, in 1963 Major League Baseball's Mickey Mantle signs a contract worth $100,000.
WBO world welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao and Amir Khan say they have agreed to terms for a fight.
New questions have emerged about the state of stock car racing as both viewership numbers and admissions are seeing major declines.
Roger Penske, Penske Corporation chairman, discusses the state of NASCAR and the pro-growth agenda of Trump administration.
The world's largest mixed martial arts organization is returning to the Southeast Asian financial hub after a three-year break.
The “Fast Money Halftime Report” traders and Kourtney Gibson, Loop Capital president, weigh in on Facebook.
The legacy of the Rio Olympics is a farce and the IOC should've seen it coming, writes USA Today's Nancy Armour.
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Live sports is one of the last types of content people will watch live, leading social networks to race to sign deals.
Facebook and Major League Baseball are in advanced talks to live stream one game per week. CNBC's Dominic Chu reports.
Ben Stokes fetched a staggering $2.17 million in the Indian Premier League's (IPL) player auction on Monday.
SportsCheatSheet.com and Forbes ranked the athletes earning the most after retirement based on income, appearances, book deals and more.
"Fast Money" trader Guy Adami talks to former NBA star Allan Houston about the business of the NBA.
Kate Upton says Sports Illustrated actually printing her name alongside her pictures is when her career took off.
Dinesh Bhatia, CEO of SportsHero, explains the social sports platform's decision of listing on the ASX and the way the it works.
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