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Daniel Kaplan

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

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Missouri Court Schedules Jury Trial For St. Louis' Suit Against NFL

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 04 / 27 / 17

A Missouri state court scheduled an Oct. 2 jury trial in St. Louis’ lawsuit against the NFL for the relocation process that led to the move of the Rams last year to L.A. The city of St. Louis, county of St. Louis, and the convention center filed suit earlier this month against the NFL, allegin...

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SportsBusiness Daily: WME-IMG No Longer Reps Bouchard

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04/13/16
SportsBusiness Daily: Smith Replaces Turner In Concussion Litigation

Former NFLer Steve Smith has been chosen by the counsel representing thousands of NFL retirees in the concussion litigation to replace the late Kevin Turner as class representative. The disclosure was made in a letter sent yesterday afternoon to the Third Circuit Court of Appeals by the counsel ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, NFL

04/11/16
SportsBusiness Journal: Financiers weigh in

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Tags: In-Depth, World Congress of Sports

04/11/16
SportsBusiness Journal: Big tennis events see their attendance decline

It hasn’t been the smoothest spring season on the U.S. tennis circuit. The Miami Open and BNP Paribas Open, the nation’s two largest tournaments outside of the U.S. Open, both suffered attendance declines this year and face major off-court issues as well. ...

Tags: Events and Attractions

04/11/16
SportsBusiness Journal: The challenge to win

As co-owner of the Minnesota Vikings, Mark Wilf and his family have seen their host of crises. There was the Adrian Peterson player misconduct scandal in 2014. The long, arduous path to winning public financing for the team’s soon-to-open stadium, a process that could have led to the team r ...

Tags: In-Depth, World Congress of Sports

04/07/16
SportsBusiness Daily: BNP Paribas Open Promotes Birdwell To COO

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SportsBusiness Daily: Pro Football HOF Plans Branded Cruise

The Pro Football HOF today plans to announce its first officially branded cruise with three HOFers confirmed: Dan Hampton , James Lofton and Randall McDaniel . In conjunction with QuintEvents, the Hall's official events provider, the cruise will travel to Cozumel, Mexico on March 2-6, 2017. ...

04/04/16
SportsBusiness Daily: League Execs On Benson Witness List

NFL CFO Joe Siclare and VP/Legal & Business Affairs Jay Bauman  were listed as potential witnesses in the lawsuit brought by Saints and Pelicans Owner Tom Benson against the two trustees overseeing his estate. The disclosure was made in court filings late Friday, which also liste ...

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SportsBusiness Journal: Forty Under 40: Bill Mulvihill

Many executives have circuitous routes into sports, and Bill Mulvihill is certainly one of them. He earned a mechanical engineering degree in college, and soon after securing an MBA, he worked in Washington, D.C., on the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Ways and ...

Tags: Forty Under 40

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SportsBusiness Journal: WTA confirms losses, sees break-even ’16

The WTA Tour operated at a financial loss the last two years but expects to break even this year, according to the circuit’s new CEO, Steve Simon. Steve Simon, the WTA Tour’s new CEO, sees a profitable outlook for 2017 ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies

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