CNBC To Scroll NCAA March Madness Scores


‘Tourney Honey’?

With the Dow lately about as easy to predict as a #5-#12 game, it seems fitting that, beginning Thursday, CNBC says it will run updated scores of NCAA tournament games across its scroll at the bottom of the screen. (Because, of course, that’s where traders will be getting their NCAA scores.)

The network says it is doing its part to combat what consulting firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas says will be a roughly $1.2 billion loss of productivity by American workers during the tournament.

Speaking of which, can anyone give FishbowlNY a good read on Tennessee-Long Beach State?


  • The Madness Has Begun