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Daniel Kaplan

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

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NFL's Super Bowl Week Women's Summit Back For A Second Year

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 01 / 24 / 17

The NFL is again hosting a women’s summit during Super Bowl week, following the inaugural event last year in S.F. Like last year, Commissioner Roger Goodell  and his wife, Jane Skinner , are speakers. Goodell used his occasion in '16 to disclose the Rooney Rule would expand to encompass...

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SportsBusiness Journal: NFL hires Lagardère in Germany

The NFL has been staging regular-season games in London since 2007, has an office in London and regularly sends players and coaches to promote the league there. So which country in Europe has the most NFL fans? Germany. The country has 20 million, compared with 15 million fans in the United ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies

08/29/16
SportsBusiness Journal: Sinclair gets more Tennis Channel homes

As sports TV channels continue to bleed subscribers, Tennis Channel is growing its distribution by about 25 million homes in only two years. Service Break Tennis Channel's cable home distribution, shown since its launch year, is jumping significantly. Year ...

Tags: Media

08/29/16
SportsBusiness Journal: Project overview

Finished in 2014 Three new practice courts and three competition courts, with bleacher seating for 1,300 fans. Finished in 2016 The new Grandstand court. Photo by: J jennifer Pottheiser / USTA ...

Tags: In-Depth

08/29/16
SportsBusiness Journal: Tennis facility roundup

Wimbledon The rendering shows the roof planned for No. 1 Court, the venue on the left. Photo by: Wimbledon Detailed design work for a roof over No. 1 Court (shown to the left in the rendering ...

Tags: In-Depth

08/29/16
SportsBusiness Journal: Plugged In: Brad Gilbert

Brad Gilbert is a long-standing tennis commentator for ESPN, was a bronze medalist at the 1988 Olympics, and has had a storied coaching career with clients including Andre Agassi and Andy Roddick. He also wrote “Winning Ugly,” a 1993 testament to his grinder game. More recently, the Nor ...

Tags: People and Pop Culture

08/26/16
SportsBusiness Daily: Venus To Appear In AmEx Ads Around U.S. Open

American Express has tapped Venus Williams to star in four ads to appear on the company’s YouTube page during the U.S. Open, which starts Monday. Williams and AmEx also will push the ads out through their social media channels. The ads, dubbed “Open Like a Pro,” feature W ...

Tags: Marketing and Sponsorship, American Express

08/26/16
SportsBusiness Daily: USTA: Bouchard Focusing On Lawsuit

Days before the start of the U.S. Open, the USTA criticized player Eugenie Bouchard for focusing on her lawsuit against the group and not on “playing to her best ability,” describing it as “unfortunate.” The USTA statement on Bouchard came after her lawyer called out the ow ...

08/26/16
SportsBusiness Daily: WTA Personnel Could Be Deposed In Lawsuit

WTA Tour personnel may be deposed as part of the lawsuit brought against the USTA by Canadian player Eugenie Bouchard. The No. 40-ranked Bouchard is suing the USTA for a concussion she suffered during last year’s U.S. Open when she slipped in an allegedly dimly lit and unattended area of ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, USTA, WTA

08/25/16
SportsBusiness Daily: Venus Williams To Star In New Amex Ads

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08/24/16
SportsBusiness Daily: AmEx Using Holograms In U.S. Open Activation

American Express will allow fans at next week’s U.S. Open to feel as if they are players walking through the locker room and onto the court in the latest and most advanced activation the event has planned. The four-minute experience is called the “Pro Walk.” The credit card company ...

Tags: Marketing and Sponsorship, American Express, USTA

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