Americans are expected to bet $10 billion on NCAA March Madness basketball games and brackets this year, most of it illegal gambling.
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Vin Parise, SNY college basketball analyst, talks about the odds of picking a perfect bracket.
CNBC's Eric Chemi reports on the NCAA Tournament and the expected $10 billion in gambling on the games.
CNBC reached out to various sports business experts to find out their thoughts on creating a better system for the NCAA and its players.
As co-workers clamber to fill in their NCAA tournament brackets, little often gets done in the workplace.
CNBC's Eric Chemi reports on more details unfolding in the NCAA basketball scandal and reports saying David Tepper of Appaloosa Management is bidding $2 billion for Carolina Panthers.
If the Creighton Bluejays or Nebraska Cornhuskers wins the NCAA tournament, a Berkshire employee could get $2 million a year for life.
CNBC’s Eric Chemi reports that professional athletes could see a financial hit if Congress passes the GOP tax overhaul bill.
The Giants fired coach Ben McAdoo on Monday amid a calamitous 2-10 campaign and tumultuous benching of Eli Manning, USA Today reports.
Before going pro, Simmons said it irked him to see his LSU jersey for sale when NCAA rules didn't allow him to profit.
It wasn't the first time the president has taken to Twitter to attack LaVar Ball, who has downplayed Trump's role in the release of his son.
CNBC's Eric Chemi reports that the University of Louisville has officially fired men's basketball coach Rick Pitino amid the NCAA bribery scandal.
John Feinstein, Washington Post columnist, discusses what the NCAA should do to universities involved in the recent bribery scandal and responds to the controversial comment by Cam Newton.
If Elon Musk or Richard Branson follow through on their plans for high(er)-speed travel, the NBA may be able to grow in more permanent ways overseas.
CNBC's Eric Chemi reports on how Nike could be involved in the NCAA bribery scandal.
Patrick Rishe, Washington University in St. Louis sports business program director, talks about the alleged NCAA bribery scheme.
CNBC's Eric Chemi reports two coaches from Louisville were put on administrative leave after their involvement in the NCAA bribery scandal and what the NCAA plans to do about the alleged behavior.
Jay Bilas, ESPN college basketball analyst, weighs in on the impact of the bribery scandal on the future of college basketball.
CNBC's Eric Chemi reports on the University of Louisville putting coaches involved in the NCAA corruption and bribery scandal on administrative leave, including Rick Pitino.