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

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Tag Heuer Agrees To Sponsor TCS N.Y. Marathon, Replacing Timex

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 20 / 14

Tag Heuer is the new official timekeeper of the TCS N.Y. Marathon in a deal through '16. The Marathon and watchmaker are scheduled to announce the sponsorship later today. Tag Heuer replaces Timex, which sponsored the race from '08-13. As part of the deal, Tag will sponsor a promotion for the race&r...

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SportsBusiness Daily: NFL Claims CBAs Cover Disputes In Concussion Suit

The NFL’s lead attorney repeatedly argued this morning during oral arguments in the league’s effort to dismiss a lawsuit brought by more than 4,000 retirees for concussions suffered in their playing days that the NFLPA is also a party to the system that the players are now attacking. The ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, NFL

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People are getting in position in Philadelphia this morning for today’s hearing on the NFL concussions litigation. There are, in fact, sheets posted around the courthouse listing the people who can get into the actual courtroom on the 7th floor for today’s hearing. Because there are ...

Tags: NFL

SportsBusiness Daily: Judge Gives Preliminary Approval In NFL Films Case

A Minnesota District Court judge this morning gave preliminary approval to the $50M settlement of a lawsuit brought more than three years ago by retirees against NFL Films for allegedly using their images without permission. The judge also blasted the original six plaintiffs, including Fred Dryer an ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, NFL

SportsBusiness Journal: NFL seeks dismissal of antitrust suit

Editor's note: This story is revised from the print edition. The NFL asked a federal court last week to dismiss an antitrust lawsuit filed by cap maker American Needle, more than 12 years after the league signed a licensing contract with Reebok that sparked the claim and three years after a U ...

Tags: Law and Politics

SportsBusiness Journal: NBA eyes Kings financing plans

With the NBA considering two competing bids for the Sacramento Kings, league scrutiny is falling on the financing differences between the investor groups, one of which wants to keep the team in its current home, the other wishing to relocate the franchise to Seattle. The Sacramento group, which i ...

Tags: Franchises

SportsBusiness Journal: MLB will expand loan pool

MLB plans to increase the pool of money that the league lends to its clubs by about half a billion dollars, pushing the total amount to nearly $2 billion. The league expects to complete the financing by the summer, sources said. The move underscores how MLB financially is enjoying a plush pe ...

Tags: Finance

SportsBusiness Journal: Pats go long online

The New England Patriots have been pioneers on the media front. In 1995, they launched their own website and later added their own newspaper, Patriots Football Weekly. So it’s no coincidence that the team is at the forefront of the NFL in providing content on its team site. From video to radio ...

Tags: In-Depth, World Congress of Sports

SportsBusiness Journal: USTA eyes higher Open rights fees

The U.S. Tennis Association is in early talks to renew its broadcast agreement with CBS Sports for the U.S. Open and has communicated that the group expects a hefty increase from the current $20 million annually, sources said. The current deal runs through the 2014 event. The USTA also has indica ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies

SportsBusiness Journal: NFL changes venture capital fund

Six NFL teams last week voted against the league’s newly announced strategic investment partnership with Providence Equity Partners, multiple football sources said, a rare sign of discord in a league where most initiatives in recent years have passed with only an occasional nay. Washington ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies

SportsBusiness Journal: NFL to do power study for Super Bowl

The NFL next year, for the first time, will stage a simulation of the electrical power demand of an upcoming Super Bowl, said Frank Supovitz, the league’s senior vice president of events. After this year’s blackout, th ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies

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