The economic downturn means a short supply of sponsors for London's Summer Olympic games in 2012. Those sponsors that are sticking it out are making sure they're getting as much bang for their buck as possible. Christopher Werth reports.
NBA draft rules dictate basketball players can't go pro until they're at least 19. Business of sports commentator Diana Nyad talks to Stacey Vanek-Smith about how this limits talented players who come directly out of high school.
Long-time cycling commentator Phil Liggett talks with Renita Jablonski about what to expect from the upcoming Tour de France, and how an increased interest in cycling might be affecting the sport's marketing.
Today's Confederations Cup soccer tournament is a priority for South Africa, which will have to deal with the chaos of next year's World Cup. The trial's success brings with it a chance for a new face for the continent. Gretchen Wilson reports.
Wimbledon, the premier tennis event of the season, is beginning. But compared to other major sports tournaments, you don't hear very much about its sponsors. Commentator Jon Wertheim says there's a good reason for that.
Angelenos were thrilled the Lakers took home the NBA title, but weren't so ecstatic to hear the city wanted to foot the bill. So the city found a group of private investors to pay for it. Rico Gagliano reports.
Playboy Magazine editor and author A.J. Baime talks with Kai Ryssdal about the great racing rivalry between Ford and Ferrari in the 60s and lessons the U.S. auto industry can learn from racing's golden age.