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Daniel Kaplan

Daniel Kaplan covers the NFL, finance and tennis for SportsBusiness Journal/Daily.

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Barclays Center rep: Seeking ‘strategic partner’

Published in On The Ground on 10 / 20 / 14

SportsBusiness Journal reported this morning that Barclays Center is for sale . This afternoon, arena representatives provided the following statement, attributable to spokesman Barry Baum. “Our goal is to identify a strategic partner as we continue to capitalize on the great performance o...

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02/24/14
SportsBusiness Journal: Boutiques break service of big agencies

As the overall money at stake in the top echelon of men’s tennis has gotten bigger, a striking reverse trend has followed: The agencies that represent the elite players are getting smaller. Only three of the top-10 ranked male players on the ATP World Tour are fully represented by a t ...

Tags: Labor and Agents

02/24/14
SportsBusiness Journal: NFL expands staff by 20 percent

The NFL aggressively added to its staff in the 12-month period ended March 31, 2013, with the league’s employment level jumping by 20 percent, to 1,858 employees, according to a review of the NFL’s two most recent tax returns. That employment figure includes staff for the league offic ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies

02/19/14
SportsBusiness Daily Global: Tennis HOF Names Todd Martin Next CEO

The Int’l Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, RI, named former ATP player TODD MARTIN CEO designate. He will take over full-time as CEO for the outgoing MARK STENNING on Sept. 5. Martin will oversee the museum, a $16M renovation and the ATP Tour stop that launches the American summer tennis se ...

Tags: People and Pop Culture, North America

02/18/14
SportsBusiness Daily: Int'l Tennis HOF Names Todd Martin CEO

The Int’l Tennis HOF in Newport, RI, today named former ATP player Todd Martin CEO designate. He will take over full-time as CEO for the outgoing Mark Stenning on Sept. 5. Martin will oversee the museum, a $16M renovation and the ATP Tour stop that launches the American summer tennis seaso ...

02/17/14
SportsBusiness Journal: Clubs worry over NFL Now

NFL teams are expressing concern that the league’s recently announced broadband network, NFL Now, could compete with the clubs’ own efforts by cannibalizing content and siphoning viewers. NFL Now, which was announced Super Bowl week in a rare appearance by Commissioner Roger Goodell a ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies

02/14/14
SportsBusiness Daily: NFL Paid Goodell $44.2M Over 12 Months

The NFL paid Commissioner Roger Goodell $44.2M in the 12-month period that ended March 31, 2013, the league told SportsBusiness Journal earlier Friday. That figure includes $9.1M of deferred pension and bonus earned the previous year. The league expects to file its tax return, which will include t ...

02/13/14
SportsBusiness Daily: Scheiner: Browns' Business As Usual In Wake Of Front-Office Shake ...

Browns President Alec Scheiner said little has changed for the business side of the club following the surprising front-office changes unveiled this week. Scheiner was hired 16 months ago by team CEO Joe Banner , who Owner Jimmy Haslam retained when he purchased the club in '11. Banner and his ...

02/03/14
SportsBusiness Journal: Expenses drop for NFLPA

The NFL Players Association significantly cut expenses in its fiscal year 2013 compared with the prior 12-month period, but it also recorded a sharp decline in revenue for that time, according to an analysis of the union’s recently filed tax return. The period covered in the return is the 1 ...

Tags: Labor and Agents

01/30/14
SportsBusiness Daily: NFL Concussions In Decline

Concussions were down 13% in the NFL during the '13 regular season and preseason, according to data the NFL showed media today. The NFL documented 228 concussions in '13, down from 261 in '12. There were 252 recorded in '11. NFL VP & Chief Security Officer  Jeff Miller ascribed the decline ...

01/29/14
SportsBusiness Daily: No Known Threat Of Super Bowl Terrorism

There are no known terrorist threats directed against Super Bowl XLVIII on Sunday, NYPD Commissioner William Bratton told the media at a security briefing today. Flanked by other security professionals involved in protecting the game and the festivities leading up to it, Bratton also projected 1 m ...

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