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

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NFL looks for CMO after exec changes

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 09 / 01 / 14

The NFL is conducting a search for a new chief marketing officer after a series of high-level organizational changes that Commissioner Roger Goodell outlined in a memo sent last week to teams and league officials. Grubman ...

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07/14/14
SportsBusiness Journal: NFL looks beyond Wembley

The NFL has begun meeting with potential alternative venues in London to Wembley Stadium, its host since the league began playing regular-season games there in 2007. The NFL is contracted to play at Wembley through 2016, and the talks with other parties, which sources said include English Premier ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies

07/14/14
SportsBusiness Journal: ATP sides far apart on prize money

ATP players are seeking to roughly double by 2018 the prize money paid out by the circuit’s top nine tournaments, but owners of those events have responded with a far lower proposed increase, according to sources familiar with the discussions. The tournaments, known as the Masters 1000 even ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies

07/14/14
SportsBusiness Journal: Future bodes well for Packers’ income

Signing bonuses boosted the team’s player costs. Photo by: GETTY IMAGES The Green Bay Packers last week reported $25.3 million of net income for the fiscal year ended March 31, ...

Tags: Finance

07/11/14
SportsBusiness Daily: Redskins Cited In Bounty-Related Lawsuit

A Maryland federal judge this week gave the go ahead to a former NFL player’s lawsuit against the Redskins and one of its former players for an alleged bounty system. The player, Barrett Green, suffered a career-ending injury an ‘04 game against the Redskins after a tackle by Robert Roya ...

Tags: Franchises, Washington Redskins, NFL

07/10/14
On The Ground: Packers' Net Income Down $17.8M, Player Costs Up $35M

The Green Bay Packers this afternoon reported net income of $25.3 million for the fiscal year ended March 31, down from $43.1 million the previous year. The drop is largely tied to the timing of four free agent contracts across the 2013 and 2014 seasons that all dropped into the most recent fisca ...

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07/10/14
SportsBusiness Daily: Redskins Bounty Lawsuit To Proceed

A Maryland federal judge this week gave the go-ahead to a former NFL player’s lawsuit against the Redskins and one of its former players for an alleged bounty system. The player, Barrett Green , suffered a career-ending injury in '04 in a game against the Redskins after a tackle by Robert Ro ...

07/03/14
SportsBusiness Daily: Seven Former NFLers Object To Concussion Deal

Seven former NFL players objected to the revised class-action concussion settlement, arguing in a federal court motion yesterday that the new deal could actually result in less money paid to players than the old one. The NFL and class counsel for thousands of former players last month re-filed the p ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, NFL

07/01/14
SportsBusiness Daily: Sony Drops Miami ATP/WTA Event

Learn more about Sony Corp. of America Sony is out after eight years as the title sponsor of Miami's joint ATP/WTA tournament, the third largest tennis event in the U.S. Tournament Senior VP/Marketing & TV Wendy Elkin in an e-mail wrote, “Sony has opted out of their title r ...

Tags: Marketing and Sponsorship, Sony, ATP, WTA, Fila

06/30/14
SportsBusiness Journal: Talk in Buffalo centers on staying home

Read the press in Buffalo, and one theme comes across clearly in the coverage of the sales process for the city’s NFL franchise: Can a local owner emerge to buy the Bills? The team, which is being sold from the estate of Ralph Wilson following the death of the Bills’ founding owner in ...

Tags: Finance

06/30/14
SportsBusiness Journal: Franchise values: Which price is right?

When a team unexpectedly reels off a long winning streak, fans can be tempted to start thinking even bigger: championships, parades — the good times going on and on. So when the news hit last month that the Los Angeles Clippers were selling for the staggering sum of $2 billion, sports team ...

Tags: Finance

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