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Football analyst Tony Romo is putting his vast NFL experience to good use already, Newsweek reports.
Kurt Badenhausen, senior editor at Forbes, breaks down the numbers behind the most valuable NFL teams in the country.
Ian Rhodes, CEO of McLaren Applied Technologies, talks about how around 10 terabytes of data flows through the system during a 1-1/2 hour Formula One race.
Singapore's Grand Prix final is a massive science experiment, McLaren Applied Technologies' CEO said.
Proceeds will be donated to hurricane relief efforts, but future violations could face stiffer consequences.
Brian Wieser, Pivotal Research, discusses his report that not only are NFL ratings seeing a dip, but so are the ratings for sports commentary programs.
Drew Rosenhaus, Rosenhaus Sports owner and NFL agent, discusses the decline in television ratings for professional football games from the NFL as well as President Trump's tweet about ESPN.
Singapore's F1 weekend sees the return of a star-packed partying venue, says Robbie Hoyes-Cock, CEO & Founder, The Podium Lounge.
F1 plans to bring in a younger audience with a "cheaper, faster and louder" formula as well as online tools, says Vinod Kumar, managing director and CEO, Tata Communications.
As the record-breaking Cleveland Indians prepared to play Thursday night, tickets were still available.
Michael Chernoff, Cleveland Indians general manager, discusses his team's win streak and the business of baseball.
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.
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