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A pink diamond was bought for $28 million at a Christie's auction, and the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders have agreed to have Disney's Bob Iger become chairman of their bid to build a stadium, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
The president of the World Anti-Doping Agency has defended his handling of the Russian athletics scandal, the New York Times reports.
The New York State Attorney General banned daily fantasy sports in New York State, so we look at whether this game really is gambling.
The New York state attorney general told DraftKings and FanDuel to stop accepting bets in New York, NYT reports.
Missouri officials' resignations highlight the leverage student-athletes hold over social issues in big-money college sports.
A commission set up by the World Anti-Doping Agency has recommended that the Russian Athletics Federation be banned from the sport.
Irish former professional rugby union player, Brian O'Driscoll, weighs in on what the future of technology looks like when it comes to the sports industry.
In the absence of big money contracts, stipends that can help college athletes defray living costs are a boost for some players.
Former NHL player Tie Domi discusses his new book, "Shift Work," and the financial struggles chronicled within.
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald, discusses the commercial with Visa, the rise in interest of fantasy football and streaming live sports.
Will Dean, Tough Mudder CEO & founder, and James Gabel, Merrell president, talks about the rise of hardcore sporting events.
Adidas-Group’s CEO, Herbert Hainer discusses earnings, cost-cutting strategies, and its position in both the U.S. and Chinese market.
Adidas shares leaped as much as 8.8 percent on Thursday, as the German sportswear retailer intensifies its push into Nike's home territory.
A famous coach wants to bring soccer to North Korea. While sports can play a diplomacy role, markets in the nation may have bigger impact.
Clearly the changes in media is good for consumers, says former Sirius XM Radio CEO Mel Karmazin, taling about changes, consolidation and content in the media industry.
Indian cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar is in the U.S. for the first time and could help spread awareness about the sport.
Technology is set to disrupt the sporting experience, according to Jed York, the CEO of the San Francisco 49ers.
Matt Higgins, president & CEO at RSE Ventures, explains why he believes virtual reality will be one of the biggest “technological developments” in the sports entertainment industry.
San Francisco 49ers’ CEO, Jed York explains how his team’s home, the Levi’s Stadium, is a “petri dish” of technology, and how it makes it easier for fans to attend and enjoy NFL games.
Tuesday's RBA meeting is billed as one of the central bank's most important of 2015, but traders could be more focused on foreign thoroughbreds.