New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has maintained his stance that he plans to play football into his 40s "as long as (he's) still loving it," but acknowledged that there is an end in sight, USA Today reports. » Read More
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports on golf retailers cashing in on the U.S. Open golf championship with trendy updates to traditional attire.
The stock market historically loses when the World Cup is on. That could have something to do with how much traders love watching the game, USA Today reports.
Real Madrid soccer player Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the richest athletes in the world. Here's a look at how he's built that $450 million empire.
CNBC’s Dominic Chu reports on the travel mayhem in Long Island ahead of the U.S. Open golf tournament.
Patrick Basham of the Democracy Institute says that free market economies can help build winning national soccer teams.
Billions of people are expected to watch soccer's superstars play in the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
This is a look at the business of the World Cup – who makes money and how much.
Dick Sullivan, PGA Tour Superstore CEO, discusses his retail chain's growth and how the 118th U.S. Open golf championship underway is giving a boost to golf retailers.
Fyre Festival promoter was arrested and charged for selling fraudulent tickets to fashion, music, and sporting events just one year after his fake luxury event in the Bahamas, the New York Times reports.
Russian President Vladimir Putin will be hoping that soccer's World Cup, starting Thursday, will put his country in the international spotlight, but economists are downbeat on any long-term boost it could bring to the country's economy.
R. Sasikumar, former national footballer for Singapore, gives his view on the favorites for the FIFA World Cup.
James Walton of Deloitte Southeast Asia says media rights and ticket sales are a major portion of the revenues earned by FIFA for the World Cup.
The World Cup was one of the last hangers-on of old viewing habits but millennials are seriously starting to disrupt that, the Financial Times reports.
The U.S. men's soccer team must quickly figure out how to reimagine the American game, says U.S. Soccer CEO Dan Flynn.
Tiger Woods' yacht, ironically named Privacy, is actually generating a lot of attention while it's docked in Sag Harbor for the US Open, USA Today reports.