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Jordan Spieth has pulled out of next month's Olympics because of fears concerning the Zika virus, officials said at the British Open.
NBA champion Tim Duncan announced his retirement from basketball, ending the forward's 19-year spell with the San Antonio Spurs.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports professional golfer Jordan Spieth has withdrawn from the Rio Olympics.
The San Diego Tourism Authority expects the event to generate about $60-million to $70-million.
As baseball gears up for its 87th annual midsummer Classic, the city hosting the event is expecting a home run of its own.
WME-IMG said on Monday it would buy the Ultimate Fighting Championship in a deal backed by private equity firms Silver Lake and KKR & Co.
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.
The country beat France after scoring a goal in the 109th minute of the European championship game.
Ultimate Fighting Championship is expected to announce that a group led by talent giant WME-IMG is buying the league.
After Portugal won the UEFA Euro 2016 final this weekend, Dean Jones, football insider at Bleacher Report, talks about the team's spirit and how they won against France.
The UFC, which promotes mixed martial arts competitions, will announce that it's been bought by WME-IMG for about $4 billion. the NYT reports.
As Andy Murray and Serena Williams win Wimbledon, CNBC’s Phil Han finds out what role technology plays during the tournament.
Substitute Eder's thunderous finish in extra time secured Portugal's first European Championship, after they overcame the loss of Cristiano Ronaldo.
China's richest man is backing plans to launch a Uefa rival, in a bid that would redraw the sport's power structure and finances.
Amir Efrati, TheInformation.com Senior Reporter, discusses his report on ESPN venturing outside the traditional cable package.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports from the Sun Valley conference on news that ESPN may be planning a skinny bundle.
This off-season has seen a flood spending hit the NBA's free-agency market, and a fair share of head-scratching deals.
Antoine Walker opened up about the three biggest money lessons he learned.
There's no question that sports content will gradually be made available over the top, said mega-agent Casey Wasserman.
Greg Stobart, chief reporter at Squawka, and sports journalist Pedro Redig de Campos, discuss whether or not Euro 2016 has been a good tournament.