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Super Leaders: Are You More Like Manning or Wilson?

Each quarterback has a different presence on their team that can be applied to the business world.

Trevor Turnbull

In Football and in Entrepreneurship, Why Is It So Hard to Predict Success?

Like a quarterback, a startup entrepreneur needs to possess an extensive arsenal of tools, most of them intangible.

Laura Entis

Don't Panic: There Will Definitely Be Enough Chicken Wings for the Super Bowl

With the biggest weekend for wings consumption looming, the chicken industry and restaurants are ready.

Kate Taylor

Forget $4M Ads, Your Business Can Still Capitalize on the Super Bowl

Take advantage of one of the biggest events of the year without breaking the bank.

Jim Joseph

Seahawks Ban California Residents From Buying NFC Tickets

The Seattle Seahawks' policy limits ticket sales to six U.S. states; California, home of the San Francisco 49ers, didn't make the list.

Laura Entis

Fran Tarkenton on Winning as a Self-Taught Entrepreneur

The football-pro and serial entrepreneur will speak in Washington, D.C., at National Small Business Week. Here he reflects on what he learned along his entrepreneurial journey.

Former NFL Running Back Tiki Barber Creates Online Marketplace for Athletes

The ex-New York Giants star on his new venture and how his time as an athlete prepared him to become an entrepreneur.

Trevor Turnbull

What Entrepreneurs Can Learn From NFL Innovator Steve Sabol

Three lessons from the life of an entrepreneur who helped revolutionize sports broadcasting.

Trevor Turnbull

Sports Figures Invest in a Sweet Startup

As Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt franchisees, sports luminaries show their softer side.

David Port

The Kickoff: Three Startups Born from the NFL

After the Super Bowl and the end of the season, some football stars learn business skills and start their own companies.

Jason Fell

9 NFL Stars Turned Entrepreneurs

After a football fame, entrepreneurship beckons some gridiron vets. Here, a look at notable players now calling their own shots.

Jason Fell