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

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Cornwell Leaving Morgan Stanley To Join Former Boss' PJT Partners

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 11 / 23 / 14

Morgan Stanley Managing Dir Don Cornwell , who runs sports investment banking for the firm, is leaving his position to join PJT Partners. He will start there February 18. PJT is a firm started by Cornwell's former boss, Paul Taubman . Cornwell said he will continue to handle sports investmen...

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SportsBusiness Daily: Cowboys Ask Court For Attorney To Pay Suit Costs

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11/07/13
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Tags: Marketing and Sponsorship

11/06/13
SportsBusiness Daily: Murray Brings On Lagardère For Commercial Deals

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SportsBusiness Daily: Judge Orders SB Ticket Holders To Pay Cowboys

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