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Leslie Moonves, CBS chairman and CEO, speaks to CNBC's David Faber about the future of NFL airing rights as broadcast and digital offerings change.
Maria Sharapova, tennis star and "Unstoppable" author, talks about her suspension from pro tennis, Billie Jean King, and the business of endorsements.
Apple showed off the new iPhones' augmented reality capabilities.
Americans spend more on going to games than they do on books.
Don Panoz, founder of Mylan, talks to CNBC exclusively about how electric race cars can be designed to be just as efficient on the track.
UFC's SVP of International and Content, Joe Carr, and fighter Julianna Pena talk about mixed martial arts' growing popularity in Asia.
Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor have agreed to a crossover fight in the ring on August 26 in Las Vegas.
Former all-star player Alex Rodriguez has turned his focus to the business world now, discussing his work with ARod Corporation.
The Holder report recommends that Uber follow the Rooney Rule to increase diversity.
Former all-star baseball legend Alex Rodriguez talks to CNBC's Melissa Lee about life after baseball, making smart investments, and his personal finance philosophy.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin speaks to Strauss Zelnick, Take-Two Interactive CEO, at this year's E3 conference about the e-sports push in partnership with the NBA as well as his outlook for the company's growth.
Ron Baron says Under Armour will not be a near-term performer.
Former NBA player Dennis Rodman has arrived in North Korea on his first visit since President Donald Trump took office.
The Golden State Warriors beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 129-120 on Monday to win their second NBA championship in three seasons.
Former National Basketball Association player Dennis Rodman is expected to arrive in North Korea on Tuesday. He has met Kim Jong Un previously on several trips.
The buyer paid $133,000 for two courtside seats for Monday's Golden State Warrior and Cavaliers game, ESPN reports.
Three consecutive South American federation presidents are alleged to have embezzled the sum for themselves, Vocativ reports.
Patrick Murphy from Catalyst Media Group says Singapore has the resources to stage the International Champions Cup, featuring top European clubs.
After his flight was canceled, Shareece Wright hailed a driver and made the nearly nine hour drive to make a Buffalo Bills' voluntary practice.
Sarah Robb O'Hagan, Flywheel Sports CEO, discusses their business model, customers and the role of content in the exercise community.
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