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A Healthy Tito Ortiz is Ready For Many More Wins

Tito Ortiz is 44-years-old, in the world of MMA fighting, and most sports, the words that would follow would be and is happily enjoying his retirement. Instead, he’s training as hard as he ever has and is getting ready for a very public fight against former WWE champ, Alberto Del

Jordan Zucker Has Many Talents

Jordan Zucker is an actress, an author, cooking show personality, she pairs foods with music while she cooks, and so much more. She loves sports and is passionate about her “Girls Guide to Sports” movement and website. “I wanted to complete the recipe trifecta of entertaining and music is such a

CNBC EXCLUSIVE: CNBC’S LESLIE PICKER WAPNER INTERVIEWS APOLLO GLOBAL MANAGEMENT CO-FOUNDER JOSHUA HARRIS FROM CNBC INSTITUTIONAL INVESTOR DELIVERING ALPHA CONFERENCE

Josh Harris talks about the Devils and 76ers and mentions Jack Hughes LESLIE PICKER:  We could turn to sports if you want.  Why don't we do that?  Why don't we turn to sports? JOSHUA HARRIS:  Great. LESLIE PICKER:  Okay.  So got a hockey team?  JOSHUA HARRIS:  Got a hockey team. LESLIE PICKER:  Basketball team? 

NoSweat Product Review

With the rising cost of hats, and the problem that sweating in them causes, enter NoSweat a company who has made disposable hat liners. Do they work? Read on. I wore one in a favorite hat of mine for over a week and it did the job and then some. I

Freakonomics Radio Interviews Lance Armstrong

In a special Freakonomics Radio episode previewing the show's Sports series this fall, Stephen Dubner sat down with Lance Armstrong for a career-spanning interview covering his career, his mistakes, and the problems he sees in professional cycling today. Here's what he had to say: Whether current Tour De France riders are doping (and

AGA Statement on Supreme Court Ruling on Murphy v NCAA

Washington, D.C. – American Gaming Association (AGA) President and CEO Geoff Freeman issued the following statement after the announcement of the Supreme Court’s opinion on Murphy v. National Collegiate Athletic Association. The Court’s ruling on the case today determined that the federal ban on sports betting as established by the Professional and

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