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Misty Copeland says her sponsors must reflect her belief in the importance of diversity and inclusion.
Bob Costas will be replaced by Mike Tirico, who joined the network last May. NYT reports.
CNBC's Jon Fortt speaks with NBA Commissioner Adam Silver and Strauss Zelnick, Take-Two Interactive chairman and CEO, about their e-sports partnership.
CNBC's Robert Frank provides an inside view of the exclusive world of competitive horse-jumping.
CNBC's Diana Olick talks to William Lynch, Peloton president about the company's future growth plans as it pursues new capital to fund its ambitious goals.
Stephen Curry snapped back at Donald Trump in an interview on Tuesday, USA Today reports.
NBA player Jeremy Lin, Brett Yormark, president of Infor and Brooklyn Sports & Entertainment announced a new partnership this morning that includes jersey ads and the use of big data analytics to help players achieve optimal performance on the court, among other things.
Two-time Olympic gold medalist Shaun White discusses his preparations for the 2018 Winter Olympics and investment in Air + Style.
CNBC's Sue Herera reports the latest headlines including 9th Circuit Court of Appeals announcing there will be no decision on President Trump's immigration order today.
Over 200 athletes battled it out at this year’s Wind Games in Spain.
"Most-decorated" Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps discuss his new business partnership with mattress company Leesa.
Digital distribution platforms will lift the sluggish sports network and unlock Disney's stock, Steve Cahall says.
It's difficult to top the $2 billion in revenue from the "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" movie last year, says The Motley Fool's David Kretzmann.
CEO Kevin Plank tells CNBC not to count out the sportswear company yet.
Tom Brady's missing jersey became a law enforcement matter on Monday, USA Today reports.
The sports network's subscription rates will weigh on Disney's future value, analyst Michael Morris tells CNBC.
North Carolina is close to losing NCAA championship events for six years because of a law that restricts bathroom access for transgender people.
Kevin Quigg, chief strategist at ACSI Funds, explains why ESPN's live sports coverage can "help boost Disney's earnings."
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