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What is the Future

of Watching Sports?

"If you go far enough back to my Microsoft days, I Ioved the idea of putting interactivity in sports, which meant putting things over the Internet." Steven Ballmer said this on Squawk on the Street to discuss Clipper Vision, a new way to watch LA Clippers games.

More: We Look Back at How NIL Deals

Changed the Collegiate Landscape

University of Miami basketball stars Haley and Hanna Cavinder appeared on CNBC’s Power Lunch in July of 2021 to discuss the beginning of the NIL era in college athletics. Name, Image, and Likeness deals have transformed the college athletics landscape by permitting college athletes to make money while still in college. 

Queen Latifah's Advice:

It's Not About the Money

CNBC Make It

Queen Latifah is known for her Renaissance-woman approach to her career. She balances being a great actress with rapping, singing, and hosting in different capacities. She told CNBC Make It: “When my career first started as a rapper, I thought to myself ‘if I’m not the best rapper, period, there’s no way I’m gonna put all my eggs in one basket. I have to do some other things and have to explore other avenues."


Bernie Madoff:

His Life and Crimes

Kevin Bacon recently opened up about losing a large sum of money to Bernie Madoff. Here’s a look back on the life and crimes of Bernie Madoff in our CNBC special. 

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