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Daniel Kaplan

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

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Renowned Labor Lawyer Jim Quinn Talks Raiders, Key Career Moments In New Podcast

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 06 / 23 / 17

Labor lawyer JIM QUINN has been hired by a lot of entities, from players to unions, but never by a fan group. Now he is working for such groups in Oakland to see what can be done to keep the Raiders in town. That, his new book and key moments in his legal career on this SBJ/SBD podcast.

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SportsBusiness Daily: Native Group Files On Redskins Case

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SportsBusiness Journal: PRP signs Eugenie Bouchard

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Tags: Labor and Agents

SportsBusiness Journal: Wimbledon bringing in VR

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Tags: Events and Attractions

SportsBusiness Daily: NFL Welcomes Sponsors To New N.Y. Venue

The NFL sent its sponsors a letter this morning notifying them of the new partnership to build a four-story entertainment center in Times Square with Cirque du Soleil, and inviting them to take part. NFL CMO Dawn Hudson said, “Now we are going to have a series of meetings. Many of our partne ...

SportsBusiness Daily: NFL, NFLPA Partner With Cirque Du Soleil

The NFL, NFLPA and Cirque du Soleil this morning are scheduled to announce a new attraction in Times Square that will combine entertainment, high-tech displays, retail and interactive elements allowing customers to test their football skills. It is scheduled to open in fall '17. A source s ...

SportsBusiness Journal: Wimbledon seeks big-event buzz

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Tags: Events and Attractions

SportsBusiness Journal: Plugged In: Alexandra Willis

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SportsBusiness Daily: NFL Committee Wants Congress To Fix Report

Top doctors on the NFL Head, Neck & Spine Committee wrote to U.S. House Energy & Commerce Committee Chair Fred Upton, asking him to correct a report issued last month that claimed the NFL had unduly interfered with grant making at the National Institutes of Health. They wrote Upton in l ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, NFL

SportsBusiness Daily: 49ers' Bowman Endorsing DonJoy Adhesive

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SportsBusiness Journal: Valuations show big gap in Benson suit

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