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Liz Mullen

Liz Mullen covers labor, agents and horse racing for the SportsBusiness Journal/Daily.

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CAA Launching New Event To Bring Artists, Leaders Together Across Various Fields

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 04 / 24 / 17

CAA has launched Amplify, an invitation-only event bringing together artists and leaders from the fields of entertainment, sports, media, corporate brand marketing and tech. The event will kick off June 20 in Laguna Beach, Calif., and invited guests will include Warner Bros. Chair & CEO Kev...

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SportsBusiness Journal: Labor & Agents: Ketroser departs agency

J osh Ketroser , agent to Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart , has left Wasserman . Ketroser confirmed he had left the agency but did not have any other comment. Ketroser is the latest agent to leave the basketball practice since Arn Tell ...

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SportsBusiness Daily: Several NFL Agents Call Union About Default Fee

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SportsBusiness Journal: Labor & Agents: Unionizing UFC fighters

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SportsBusiness Journal: Cindrich renounces NFL agent business

After a successful career as an NFL agent that spanned more than 30 years, Ralph Cindrich had been considering the idea of quitting the business. But it wasn’t until this year, after a contentious meeting between agents and union officials at the NFL combine, that Cindrich made his decision ...

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SportsBusiness Journal: Walters, Swartz's agency targets esports

Former Relativity Sports executives Happy Walters and Josh Swartz are launching a new venture, Catalyst Sports & Media, that will focus on the business of three global, growing sports: basketball, soccer and esports. Silicon Valley entrepreneur and Novo Construction CEO Jim Fowler is backing ...

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SportsBusiness Journal: Labor & Agents: UFC antitrust suit

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SportsBusiness Daily: Breeders' Cup Draws 118,484 Over Two Days

The Breeders' Cup posted a two-day attendance of 118,484 at Santa Anita Park, the highest in the event's history. A crowd of 72,811 was on hand at the L.A.-area track yesterday, the highest single-day attendance since the event went to a two-day format in '07. A crowd of 72,730 attended Saturday r ...

SportsBusiness Daily: NFL Agent Sues Former Protege, Roc Nation Sports

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SportsBusiness Daily Global: Breeders' Cup Ties Record For Int'l Entries

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SportsBusiness Daily: Former Financial Adviser Pleads Guilty To Charges

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