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Liz Mullen

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

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Jenn Sterger: 'NFL Needs Education And Counseling'

Published in On The Ground on 09 / 15 / 14

Jenn Sterger, who cooperated with an NFL investigation into whether former quarterback Brett Favre sent her unwanted, sexually explicit texts while she was a New York Jets employee, said the NFL needs to change its procedures for investigating alleged misconduct against women. ...

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04/07/14
SportsBusiness Journal: MLBPA takes hit in licensing revenue

The Major League Baseball Players Association last year generated its lowest amount of licensing revenue in nearly a decade, primarily the result of the loss of a lucrative video game contract with Take-Two Interactive. The 2013 annual report for the union, filed last week with the U.S. Departmen ...

Tags: Labor and Agents

04/07/14
SportsBusiness Journal: Octagon reboots golf rep business

Octagon has re-entered the golf representation business as it looks to dive back into athlete management and golf course development. The company has hired four veteran executives, including Stuart Cage, formerly the lead agent for Chubby Chandler’s ISM where he managed Rory McIlroy. It has ...

Tags: Labor and Agents

03/31/14
SportsBusiness Journal: An agency is born, suddenly

Editor’s note: This story is revised from the print edition. A group of investors has acquired five sports talent representation firms, as well as brand activation agency Cenergy, to create Stealth SME, a new sports and entertainment company representing players in the four major North ...

Tags: Labor and Agents

03/24/14
SportsBusiness Journal: Sandoval launches consulting company

Sandy Sandoval, a longtime EA Sports executive who left the company last year, has launched a new consulting company, Sandoval Ventures, and signed three companies as clients, including Microsoft. His other two clients are Monster Headphones and ifonly.com, a website that sells experiences with ...

Tags: Labor and Agents

03/20/14
On The Ground: Panel: Despite problems, opportunities abound in Brazil

Sponsorship executives from Adidas, Visa, McDonald’s and The Coca Cola Co. said they view both the this summer’s World Cup and the 2016 Olympics in Brazil as a huge marketing opportunity and are not overly concerned about the prospect of protests surrounding the events. “Fo ...

03/17/14
SportsBusiness Journal: Strahan’s new projects include game show

Michael Strahan’s SMAC Entertainment has sold a game show that he will host in prime time to a major, over-the-air network, one of several entertainment projects the hall-of-famer turned sports broadcaster/morning show host is working on. Strahan is also the producer of an untitled major m ...

Tags: Media

03/13/14
SportsBusiness Daily: Nickelodeon Launching "Kids Choice Sports" Show

Nickelodeon today announced that it is launching a new sports award program voted on by kids, “Kids Choice Sports 2014,” which will be hosted and executive produced by Michael Strahan. The “Kids Choice Sports 2014” will air live from UCLA’s Pauley Pavilion on July ...

Tags: Media

03/10/14
SportsBusiness Journal: Yormark readies ideas for Roc Nation

For more than a year, Roc Nation has been quiet about its plans to grow its business through sports. But last week, the company made one of the biggest additions to its executive ranks, naming longtime sports executive Michael Yormark its new president and chief of branding and strategy. Yormark ...

Tags: Labor and Agents

03/07/14
SportsBusiness Daily: Suh Signs With CAA Sports' Sexton

CAA Sports has signed Lions DT Ndamukong Suh for representation, and CAA NFL player agent Jimmy Sexton will represent him. Suh had been represented by Relativity Sports, but left that agency in January. There have been reports that Suh would be represented by Roc Nation Sports, which has a partn ...

03/05/14
SportsBusiness Daily: Talks Between Wasserman, Athletes First End

Wasserman Media Group’s talks to acquire NFL player representation firm Athletes First have ended with no agreement, sources said yesterday. A Wasserman spokesperson and Athletes First both declined comment. As first reported by SportsBusiness Journal in December, Wasserman was in  advanc ...

Tags: Labor and Agents, Wasserman Media Group

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