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Liz Mullen

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

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Doha GOALS Exec Producer Says Forum Will Explore Global Options After L.A. Success

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 29 / 15

The Doha GOALS Forum will most likely be held in Doha next year, but the advisory board will explore several possibilities for the global sport conference, including holding it in other countries and hosting regional conferences, said Richard Attias, executive producer of the forum. A decision on th...

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Tags: Events and Attractions, Middle East, North America

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SportsBusiness Daily: Roc Nation Sports Counts 11 Sponsors For Fight

Related stories : Jay-Z Launches Sports Management Firm, Signs Yankees' Cano Athletes See Roc Nation Sports As Way To Enhance Their Image Fast Company Ranks Roc Nation Among Sports Innovation Leaders Roc Nation Sports Continues To Shake Up Industry Roc Nati ...

Tags: Marketing and Sponsorship, Roc Nation Sports

SportsBusiness Journal: NBPA looks for fan assist on logo

After bringing in new leadership, the National Basketball Players Association is seeking a new look and reaching out to fans for help. The NBPA will announce this week the launch of an online contest in which fans will compete to design a new logo for the union and win a trip to the 2015 All-Star ...

Tags: Labor and Agents

SportsBusiness Journal: Labor & Agents: Stealth, All Pro team up

S tealth SME has formed a partnership with veteran NFL agent Lamont Smith and his agency, All Pro Sports & Entertainment , in which the two agencies will co-represent players. Smith, who was first certified by the NFL Players Associat ...

Tags: Labor and Agents

SportsBusiness Daily: Crafton Agrees To Settlement In Fraud Case

BILLY CRAFTON , a financial adviser to MLB, NBA, NFL and NHL players, has agreed to pay $1.7M as part of a settlement with the SEC. Fraud charges were filed against Crafton in federal court in San Diego, alleging that he “failed to disclose compensation and kickbacks he received for steering ...

Tags: People and Pop Culture

SportsBusiness Journal: Lattinville among CAA agents fired

NFL player and coaches agent Bob Lattinville and player marketing agent Mark Heligman were among the five CAA Sports employees let go last month in connection with the firing of former CAA Football co-head Ben Dogra. Also losing their jobs were NFLPA-certified agent Kyle Evans, marketing agent Jo ...

Tags: Labor and Agents

SportsBusiness Journal: Labor & Agents: WMG adds runner

Editor's note: This story is revised from the print edition. W asserman Media Group has signed Maggie Vessey , a middle distance runner who may be known as much for being a fashion icon as a track and field athlete. At Wasserman, she ...

Tags: Labor and Agents

SportsBusiness Journal: ‘Business as usual’ for agent Wolfe

A few days after he negotiated the largest deal for an athlete in North America, Giancarlo Stanton’s 13-year, $325 million contract with the Miami Marlins, agent Joel Wolfe was doing what he normally does: sitting in Los Angeles traffic. “I am just happy that the kid is happy,” ...

Tags: Labor and Agents

SportsBusiness Journal: Labor & Agents: Gretzky back at IMG

H ockey legend Wayne Gretzk y has returned to IMG as a client for exclusive representation in all areas. At IMG, Gretzky will be represented by a team of agents led by Ira Stahlberger , senior vice president of talent marketing in the U.S. ...

Tags: Labor and Agents

SportsBusiness Daily: CAA Cuts Employees Who Worked With Dogra

CAA Sports has terminated several employees who worked closely with former CAA Football co-head and NFL player agent Ben Dogra in the St. Louis office, Dogra’s attorney, Rusty Hardin, confirmed. The names of the employees could not be determined, but Hardin said they included anywhere fro ...

Tags: Labor and Agents, Creative Artists Agency

SportsBusiness Journal: MLB qualifying offers go oh-fer again

MLB Commissioner-elect Rob Manfred and MLB Players Association Executive Director Tony Clark had decidedly different takes on the decisions by all 12 players who were given qualifying offers to turn them down last week, extending a string in which no free agent has yet accepted such an offer. &ld ...

Tags: Labor and Agents

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