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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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SportsBusiness Journal: USTA seeks to borrow to renovate complex

The U.S. Tennis Association is seeking to borrow up to half a billion dollars to fund the $550 million renovation of the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, a project the group formally disclosed last week and that ultimately calls for roofs over the facility’s two main stadiums. Earli ...

Tags: Facilities

SportsBusiness Journal: Dryer leads charge against settling suit

NFL retirees face an Aug. 30 deadline to opt out of a $50 million image lawsuit settlement with the NFL, a deal the league, high-powered class-action law firms, and high-profile ex-players like Jim Brown support. Even the federal judge overseeing the case blessed the settlement and belittled the opp ...

Tags: Law and Politics

SportsBusiness Journal: How much value in images of non-stars?

Is there a market for retired NFL players? Certainly there’s one for individual stars like Joe Montana or Roger Staubach, but what about for those not considered legends of the game? The answer could go a long way to deciding whether the pending legal settlement in the Dryer v. NFL case is ...

Tags: Law and Politics

SportsBusiness Daily: USTA Talks Options Amid CBS-TWC Dispute

The USTA has begun discussions on alternative broadcast plans for the U.S. Open in the event CBS remains off the air in the N.Y. area because of the network’s dispute with Time Warner Cable. CBS has been off the air since early this month on TWC systems in several major media markets nationwid ...

Tags: Media, CBS, USTA

SportsBusiness Daily: IMG To Run Licensing Agency For Former NFLers

IMG has been hired to run the nascent licensing agency for NFL retirees created by the preliminary settlement of a four-year-old lawsuit brought by former players against NFL Films. An announcement is expected soon. IMG will have a dedicated staff for the new agency, but anticipates heavily using ot ...

Tags: Marketing and Sponsorship, IMG, NFL

SportsBusiness Daily: WTA Signs Multiyear Deal With SAP

The WTA Tour is adding software maker SAP to its stable of sponsors in a new multiyear deal set to be announced today. SAP will initially provide data analysis for the WTA's players, with future plans to broaden to fans and media. “Currently, tennis stats are incredible basic,” WTA VP/Co ...

Tags: Marketing and Sponsorship, WTA

SportsBusiness Daily: SAP Agrees To Sponsor WTA Tour

The WTA Tour is adding software maker SAP to its stable of sponsors in a new multiyear deal set to be announced today. SAP will initially provide data analysis for the WTA’s players, with future plans to broaden to fans and media. SAP will be adaptive and take on-board feedback from players, c ...

SportsBusiness Journal: Stephens signs with AmEx, J&J brand

Sloane Stephens has agreed to endorsement deals with American Express and with Johnson & Johnson brand Listerine, underscoring her emergence as possibly the next star of American tennis. The two deals mark the 20-year-old’s first major off-court deals, and they soon could be joined by t ...

Tags: Marketing and Sponsorship

SportsBusiness Daily: Dryer To Opt Out Of Settlement

Former NFLer Fred Dryer plans to opt out of the settlement bearing his name between NFL Films and retirees. He says the settlement would give the NFL so many rights over the commercial use of former players that it could stretch to cover even his acting career. He added his agents at GVA recommend ...

SportsBusiness Journal: Haslam, NFL develop Plan B

If Jimmy Haslam were to step down from owning the Cleveland Browns because of an adverse turn in the continuing federal investigation into his truck stop company, his father would take over the club, sources said. The NFL and the junior Haslam developed a contingency plan in the aftermath of the Ap ...

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