Esports' young audience plays the games, so are more involved than regular sports spectators - and it may be the first truly global sport. » Read More
By: Eric Chemi
In the aftermath of the Manchester terrorist attack, Chicago Cubs owner Tom Ricketts tells CNBC stadium security keeps him up at night. » Read More
Chicago Cubs owner Tom Ricketts spoke with CNBC's Eric Chemi and discussed stadium security as the thing that keeps him up at night, in the aftermath of the Manchester, England terrorist attack » Read More
Alex Rodriguez, A-Rod Corp. CEO and former MLB player, discusses his friendship with Barry Sternlicht, Starwood Capital CEO, and how he's working on building his business portfolio after his baseball career.
Thomas Rogers, TRget Media chairman & CEO and WinView executive chairman, discusses the new funding round for WinView, an app for predicting live television sports.
ESPN is hurting operating income at Disney, but CEO Bob Iger said he's taking steps to ensure success in a digital future.
Arthur Blank, PGA Tour Superstore owner, Home Depot founder and Atlanta Falcons owner, discusses the state of golf equipment retail as the PGA Tour Superstore chain continues to expand with new stores.
CNBC's Dominic Chu talks to Jay Monahan, PGA Tour commissioner; Don Colleran, FedEx executive vice president; and Dustin Johnson, professional golfer, about the game and business of golf.
Former NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon speaks to CNBC's Kelly Evans at the Sohn Conference about the business of auto racing, the technology of driverless cars and his philanthropic deeds.
CNBC's Dominic Chu and David Feherty, host of The Golf Channel's "Feherty," discuss Tiger Woods and the next generation of golf, as well as his interviews with the likes of NBA star Stephen Curry and big golfing greats.
Always Dreaming splashed through the slop to win the Kentucky Derby by a hair on Saturday.
The 143rd Kentucky Derby is expected to go down as one of the most difficult handicaps in many years.
Seattle rejected a hedge fund investors' offer to build a stadium — then fell short of its private-funding goals, Vocativ reports.
Mario Gabelli explains why shares of this baseball company are trading at a discount today amid an industry bidding war.
"That is a consequence of living in a real-time environment," Kasper Rorsted tells CNBC.
CNBC's Sara Eisen reports the highlights of Adidas' quarterly earnings and her interview with CEO Kaspar Rorsted.
Adidas reported better-than-expected earnings, thanks to growth in online trading and a boost to its North American and Chinese performance.
Adidas CEO Kasper Rorsted discusses business in Europe amid a turbo-charged year for elections on the continent and his company's digital advertising strategy.
Adidas CEO Kasper Rorsted discusses earnings and the potential for growth in the company's two biggest markets, the U.S. and China.
Prices for Kentucky Derby tickets are going up again this year, but there is a wide spectrum of options.
Longtime Yankees players Alex Rodriguez and Derek Jeter speak to CNBC about the game of baseball and their favorite charities.
At BTIG's annual Charity Day, CNBC's Bob Pisani speaks with Major League Baseball's Derek Jeter and Alex Rodriguez.
From ticket sales to merchandising, broadcast rights to sponsorship, sport attracts billions of dollars in revenue.
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