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Houston Rockets CEO Tad Brown speaks with CNBC's 'Power Lunch' on the business of professional basketball.
The NBA All-Star talks about his No. 1 financial goal and some of the money mistakes he has made along the way.
Adidas CEO Kasper Rorsted talks about the success of the company's collaboration with Kanye West.
Nike's design team has created the initial prototypes to a groundbreaking garment, the Nike Pro Hijab, set to be released in 2018.
Adidas CEO Kasper Rorsted speaks to CNBC's Sara Eisen about the company's business and the Trump administration's "America First" policies.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is entering the meal kit delivery service with his meal kit.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is entering the meal kit delivery space with the help of Purple Carrot.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports that sports media giant EPSN is set to lay off some forward-facing talent.
Tennis is a lifestyle forever, says Brad Gilbert, ESPN tennis analyst and former pro tennis player, talking about the benefits of playing tennis and promoting the sport.
U.K. telecoms and broadband giant BT has retained exclusive rights to broadcast top European soccer matches in the country.
BT Sport will pay around £394 million each year from 2018 for exclusive European football rights in the U.K. BT Consumer CEO John Petter comments on the news.
Michael Phelps has a few mental exercises the rest of us would do well to emulate, including this crazy idea from his coach.
Venus Williams, pro tennis player, talks about sports, gender equality, and social media.
Roborace CEO Denis Sverdlov explains how his driverless racing cars could make the sport more exciting - and more fair.
Sixteen Miami Dolphin players participated in a week-long business combine in order to learn more about the business world.
China is on a U.S. buying spree, but Beijing is blocking Hollywood deals as it tries to stop money from escaping the country.
Miami Dolphins offers its players a program designed to teach them about business and life after football. CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports. With Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross and NFL player Cameron Wake.
Andrew Georgiou, CEO of Lagardere Sports and Entertainment, talks about China's push to bring football to the grassroots.
The governing bodies will allow for a six-month comment period, USA Today reports.
Major League Soccer commissioner Don Garber discusses soccer as an investment and its growth over the years, as the new season kicks off.
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