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Rio Ferdinand, retired England football player, talks about his former career as a player in major football teams and his new job as a pundit.
CNBC's Wilfred Frost examines why Europe's sports leagues and the U.K.'s football teams are regarded as the best in the world.
Pollution from the burning of Indonesia's rain forests appears to be claiming another casualty: physical fitness in Singapore.
Amid government scrutiny of daily fantasy sports, more regulations will likely emerge, but it's not clear what form they'll take.
Powerful women trailblazers talk about how sports strategies can advance your career.
After the English rugby team's exit from the Rugby World Cup, businesses are still digesting the host nation's poor showing.
What the fans will see tonight is balance, says Brett Yormark, Barclays Center CEO, discussing the Islander's move to the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Also Yormark discusses the big business of hosting events at the Barclays Center.
Want to see the Chicago Cubs in postseason action against their archrivals? Get ready to pay up.
Basketball star LeBron James is swapping French Fries for pizza.
Accusations of insider betting at DraftKings and FanDuel show that daily fantasy sports are ripe for fraud, experts say.
Rep. Frank Pallone, (D-N.J.), explains why he is calling for a Congressional hearing to review the legal status of fantasy sports and sports gambling.
FIFA President Sepp Blatter has been suspended for 90 days after mounting pressure from sponsors, CNBC's Sue Herera reports.
The Los Angeles Dodgers have become the first professional sports team to fund a tech incubator, sprinkling $120,000 among 10 start-ups.
For two straight regular seasons, most Dodger fans in LA have not been able to see games on TV, as a spat between Time Warner and DirecTV kept games off air in most homes. Jane Wells asks Dodger CEO Stan Kasten if anything will change.
The Los Angeles Dodgers have become the first professional sports team to invest in a "tech incubator," funding 10 sports-related startups. Jane Wells reports.
Eric Schneiderman has opened an inquiry into DraftKings and FanDuel over the fraudulent use insider information, the NYT reports.
Scandals alleging "insider trading" in daily fantasy sports have worried some. Experts say information access is part of any game.
David Geller, TopLine Game CEO, weighs in on a major scandal is erupting in the multibillion-dollar industry of fantasy sports.
Darren Heitner, Forbes contributor, and Adam Krejcik, weigh in on what happens to fantasy sports if the government gets involved.
DraftKings and FanDuel have decided to prohibit employees from participating in online fantasy sports contests for money, reports CNBC's Eamon Javers.