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Dig into the business of sports with Forbes Executive Editor, Mike Ozanian, as he speaks with team owners, athletes and industry leaders about the money and enterprise born of supreme athletic competition.

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Greatest Olympian Michael Phelps Reflects On Career And Business

In this special episode, we broadcast an interview that took place...In this special episode, we broadcast an interview that took place at the 2016 Forbes 30 Under 30 summit in October between Randall Lane, editor of Forbes Magazine and Michael Phelps. Phelps takes questions from the audience and speaks candidly about it all: swimming, training, life post retirement, his business and his demons.   Show More

45:42 7/20/2017

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51:28 7/6/2017
The triathlon has grown from a niche sport into a worldwide competition. In this podcast, Andrew Messick delves into Ironman's strategy to dominate.
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Superstar athletes that are global brands have a huge advantage when it comes to off-the-field earnings. On this podcast, Kurt Badenhausen explains how he compiles his annual ranking of the world's 100 highest-earning athletes and why Tom Brady didn't even make the list.
48:51 6/22/2017
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Three-time NBA champion and movie star Rick Fox has joined forces with successful venture capitalist Stratton Sclavos to form private equity firm, Vision Venture Partner. The new group is making moves by investing in Esports, digital entertainment as well as lifestyle, food and beverages.
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Hall of Famer and all-time NBA leading scorer Kareem Abdul-Jabbar talks about his new book, "Coach Wooden and Me," as well as if college basketball players should get paid and what big changes he would like to see to improve the NCAA.
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Twitter, Amazon, Facebook and YouTube are all getting in on the action of new streaming technology for sports. Media expert Chris Bevilacqua explains why they want sports programming and what it means for athletes and teams.
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Ashlyn Harris is a sort of super saver. On this episode, the highly celebrated goalkeeper for the U.S. women's national team and Orlando Pride talks about what drives her to succeed and help others with serious problems.
44:50 5/18/2017

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In this special episode, we broadcast an interview that took place at the 2016 Forbes 30 Under 30 summit in October between Randall Lane, editor of Forbes Magazine and Michael Phelps. Phelps takes questions from the audience and speaks candidly about it all: swimming, training, life post retirement, his business and his demons.
45:42 7/20/2017
David Stern led professional basketball from the backwater to a global powerhouse. In this podcast Stern discusses his tenure as NBA commissioner, what he thinks of virtual reality, Esports, sports gambling and his investments in sports technology.
01:11:56 7/13/2017
Ted Leonsis is founder, chairman, and majority owner and CEO of Monumental Sports & Entertainment, which owns and operates the Washington Capitals (NHL), Washington Wizards (NBA), Washington Mystics (WNBA) and Verizon Center in downtown Washington, D.C A tech visionary, Leonsis is a former senior executive at AOL and a founding member and investor in the Revolution Growth Fund. In this podcast Leonsis discusses how technology is disrupting and transforming the business of sports.
51:28 7/6/2017
The triathlon has grown from a niche sport into a worldwide competition. In this podcast, Andrew Messick delves into Ironman's strategy to dominate.
51:28 6/29/2017
Superstar athletes that are global brands have a huge advantage when it comes to off-the-field earnings. On this podcast, Kurt Badenhausen explains how he compiles his annual ranking of the world's 100 highest-earning athletes and why Tom Brady didn't even make the list.
48:51 6/22/2017

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