Lindsey Vonn’s absence from next year’s Olympics would be a big blow for Comcast Corp.’s NBC unit -- and an opportunity.
Starting next year, the chances are that the next Porsche you see will be a sport-utility vehicle.
Maria Sharapova is joining NBC Sports as a correspondent reporting on the 2014 Winter Olympics in her hometown, Forbes magazine said.
One hundred days before the start of the most expensive Winter Olympics, President Vladimir Putin’s $48 billion vision of a newly empowered Russia rests in the hands and shovels of laborers working around the clock.
Former champion Maria Sharapova defeated German wild-card Sabine Lisicki to return to the Wimbledon final.
French Open champion Maria Sharapova is turning her sweet tooth into a profitable business.
Maria Sharapova defeated Sara Errani to win her first French Open title, completing the career Grand Slam four years after injuries almost forced her to quit tennis.
Maria Sharapova learned so much promoting other people’s products in her first 10 years on the WTA tour that she decided it was time to start selling her own.
Sachia Vickery was 5 1/2 when she declared she would be the next Serena Williams. Now 18, she credits the 17-time Grand Slam singles champion with much more than just tennis inspiration.
Maria Sharapova withdrew from the U.S. Open because of shoulder pain, robbing the last Grand Slam tennis tournament of the year of its 2006 champion, who was seeded third.
"It's not the right fit for this time in my career."
- Maria Sharapova on Aug 16, 2013
Bloomberg's Horrow Discusses U.S. Open Tennis