Dorito's Blaze chips and Mtn Dew Ice are new products under those two Pepsi brands.
Esports garnered more eyeballs than the National Football League last year. Financial incentives for players are growing too, USA Today reports.
Jan 10- Rupert Murdoch- controlled Twenty-First Century Fox Inc is looking to finalize a deal to buy about 10 television stations from Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc, the Financial Times reported on Wednesday. The Sinclair channels being sold will include some in important U.S. National Football League markets, such as Seattle and Denver, to ease the regulatory...
Jan 10- Rupert Murdoch- controlled Twenty-First Century Fox is looking to finalize a deal to buy about 10 television stations from Sinclair Broadcasting Group, the Financial Times reported on Wednesday. The Sinclair channels being sold will include some in important U.S. National Football League markets, such as Seattle and Denver, to ease the regulatory...
Verizon's awaited streaming deal with the NFL will kick off this Saturday with Falcons vs. Eagles.
Tom Farrey, Aspen Institute sports and society program executive director, discusses NFL's declining ratings and the infighting with the Patriots.
Seth Wickersham, ESPN senior writer, discusses his article about uncovering the power plays at work within the New England Patriots.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports that the Raiders are set to announce Jon Gruden as their new head coach on a $100 million and 10-year contract.
Much of the controversy stems from Brady's trainer, body coach and business partner, Alex Guerrero, USA Today reports.
Elena Bergeron, SB Nation editor in chief, provides a look at the big sports stories for next year, including the extension of Roger Goodell's $200 million contract, NFL players "taking a knee" controversy, and the upcoming Winter Olympic Games.
If it were up to Vegas Golden Knights owner, Bill Foley, taxpayer money wouldn't be spent on building sports stadiums.
The company said Thursday that Schnatter remains chairman but be replaced as chief executive by Chief Operating Officer Steve Ritchie on Jan. 1
CNBC's Eric Chemi reports that the Carolina Panthers are up for sale as owner Jerry Richardson faces a growing investigation into sexual misconduct allegations.
CNBC’s Eric Chemi reports that professional athletes could see a financial hit if Congress passes the GOP tax overhaul bill.
Former WFAN sports radio host Mike Francesa discusses Roger Goodell’s recent contract extension and his performance as NFL commissioner.
Former WFAN sports radio host Mike Francesa gives his take on the leadership changes at ESPN and how the network can compete against tech giants such as Amazon and Apple.
American businessman and rap artist Sean "Diddy" Combs wants to buy the NFL's Carolina Panthers.
Television sports reporter and host Lindsay McCormick took to Instagram late Tuesday and wrote that an NFL Network executive asked if she would "plan on getting knocked up" if she was hired.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports the details of Verizon's deal with the NFL over mobile streaming rights.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says Colin Kaepernick is always welcome to have discussions with the league.