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

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NFL looks for CMO after exec changes

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 09 / 01 / 14

The NFL is conducting a search for a new chief marketing officer after a series of high-level organizational changes that Commissioner Roger Goodell outlined in a memo sent last week to teams and league officials. Grubman ...

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07/29/13
SportsBusiness Journal: NFL negotiating renewal with DirecTV

The NFL has started renewal talks with satellite carrier DirecTV, sources said, the final major media deal the league has not redone in recent years but perhaps the most controversial and most complicated. DirecTV pays the NFL $1 billion annually for exclusive rights to out-of-market games throug ...

Tags: Media

07/25/13
SportsBusiness Daily: Judge Denies Effort To Prevent Goodell Deposition

A federal judge yesterday rejected the NFL’s effort to prevent the scheduled deposition of Commissioner Roger Goodell in the lawsuit brought by eight ticketholders from Super Bowl XLV who were affected by the seating fiasco at that game at Cowboys Stadium. The league argued that with the denia ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, NFL

07/24/13
SportsBusiness Daily: Timex Out As Sponsor Of Giants' Training Facility

Timex is out as sponsor of the NFL Giants’ training facility after a four-year run. The deal was announced in ‘09 as a four-year deal, which included branding on the Giants’ practice jersey and practice bubble. Industry sources have been buzzing about Timex wanting out of that deal ...

Tags: Marketing and Sponsorship, Timex, New York Giants

07/23/13
SportsBusiness Daily: Judge Declines To Dismiss USTA's Suit

A federal judge declined to dismiss the lawsuit brought by the USTA against the filmmakers of a documentary on Venus and Serena Williams for allegedly infringing on U.S. Open copyrighted materials. In a handwritten order filed today, Judge Nelson Roman of the New York Southern District Court s ...

07/22/13
SportsBusiness Daily: NFL Asks Court To Stay Ruling On Goodell

The NFL asked a Dallas Federal Court to stay its ruling that ticketholders suing the NFL over the Super Bowl XLV temporary seating fiasco can depose Commissioner Roger Goodell. The league also asked of the court that if it would not immediately stay the ruling, then to expedite a hearing on the matt ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, NFL

07/22/13
SportsBusiness Journal: Tseng will lead WTA’s global sales

Editor’s note: This story is revised from the print edition. The WTA has tabbed a longtime IMG executive to become its first head of global sponsorship sales, and charged him with finding a top sponsor for the international tour. Steve Tseng, a 20-year veteran of IMG, will take over ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies

07/19/13
SportsBusiness Daily: FSG To Be Subpoenaed For Liverpool Docs

A New York state judge ordered that Fenway Sports Group be subpoenaed for all records concerning the purchase of Liverpool, marking the first time FSG has been dragged into the legal controversy surrounding the '10 sale of the EPL club. Mill Financial, a lender to former Liverpool co-Owner Geo ...

07/17/13
SportsBusiness Daily: Cowboys Want SB Ticket Holders To Pay Fees

The Cowboys have asked a federal court to order ticketholders suing the NFL over the Super Bowl XLV seating fiasco to pay the club $196,584.44 in attorney fees. Those are the costs the Cowboys said the club incurred responding to “broad” subpoenas issued to club employees by the ticket h ...

Tags: Franchises, Dallas Cowboys

07/16/13
On The Ground: Green Bay Packers Record Profit Of $54.3 million, Up 26 Percent

Profit surged for the Green Bay Packers over the past year, according to the team’s annual financial results, which were released this afternoon. The information also shows how the now 2-year-old collective-bargaining agreement is delivering substantial returns to NFL ownership. The Pack ...

Tags: Green Bay Packers, NFL

07/15/13
SportsBusiness Daily: Rhyne Williams To Endorse ABN Amro

U.S. pro tennis player Rhyne Williams has signed an endorsement deal with Dutch bank ABN Amro. As part of the contract, Williams, the '11 NCAA singles finalist, will wear the bank’s logo on his sleeve during play and write a blog on the company’s website about life on the ATP Tour. The ...

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