Baseball is America's pastime, and plenty of the tools of the game are still manufactured right here, from bats and gloves to New Jersey mud.
A lot can be learned from how the big names of NASCAR manage their money. Here are strategies used by racers to help fans better budget their paychecks.
Fantasy football is a big business, with 41 million participants and $1.7 billion in spending, but you don't need mad drafting skills to make money in it.
Since 1941, one name has been involved with every score in the NFL. All those footballs come from Wilson Sporting Goods in Ada, Ohio.
Even though Rupert Murdoch's $76 billion bid for Time Warner has been rejected, it doesn't mean how you watch TV shows and movies will soon stop changing.
Cedar Point promises to rename a roller coaster after basketball superstar LeBron James, who's returning to Ohio. Let the hype for the thrill ride begin.
The World Cup draws billions in spending, with familiar firms like Disney, Nike and Addidas in high-profile spots to benefit from the attention.
Germany not only kicked Brazil's butt at the World Cup, but Germany's Adidas looks poised to beat Nike in scoring Manchester United's endorsement.
Proxies on real estate and on corporate America open a short week on Wall Street, and a quarterly report by a major motor-sports firm ends it.
We may be one of the few countries in the world to call it soccer but we, like the rest of the world, are starting to get a kick out of the sport.
A federal judge shoots down Lance Armstrong's request to dismiss a $100 million civil suit brought against him by the Justice Department.
Medtronic is the latest to join a list of health care companies seeking lower corporate tax rates abroad through acquisitions.
The job market has remained sluggish even as other parts of the economy have picked up, but the Federal Reserve says demand is rising for a certain workers.
The housing crisis ended several years ago, but millions of Americans are still stuck in homes they can't unload.
A few sports-related stocks actively trade on various exchanges. Is investing in them a slam dunk or an air ball?
K.C. Walsh's fishing-goods business has thrived by keeping manufacturing in Montana -- and making waders from a unique, breathable fabric.
More than a third of consumers surveyed said they feel guilty when they pay full price for goods, suggesting that Americans remain eager for bargains.
Adidas has reinstated its partnership with the Los Angeles Clippers after the NBA banned owner Donald Sterling from the game for life for racist comments.
A new Gallup poll finds the average age at which Americans retire is now 62, the highest it's been since Gallup began keeping track more than 20 years ago.
College seniors about to receive their degrees are finding the job market a bit less scary than it's been in recent years.
Panera is installing Apple iPads at kiosks in stores to allow guests to place their own orders, in an effort to speed up ordering and customer service.
The NFL has awarded a series of extra games for next season to CBS, but that means the network will have to find a temporary new home for one of its most popular sitcoms.
What's an NFL player worth these days? We broke down the salaries of Super Bowl players -- and some other key game day individuals -- to see how much they'll make on Sunday.
Is Bitcoin a slam-dunk as the currency of the future? The Sacramento Kings seem to think so. The NBA team now accepts Bitcoin both online and in the arena.
A new report lists the states with the highest percentage of millionaires, which shows several states lost millionaires last year.
There are several indicators correlating the market's performance in January to the results for the full year -- and they could be flashing a warning sign to investors.