NASCAR Hires Brent Dewar As COO John Skipper Sits For Q&A CSN Chicago President Jim Corno Dies Minding My Business With Lon Rosen Executive Transactions Names In The News Marvin Miller Again Falls Short of HOF Vote USA Hockey Extends Ogrean's Contract Espinoza Excelling As Head Of Showtime Sports Executive Transactions
NAMES IN THE NEWS
Published July 10, 1995
RICHARD DELL has been named Senior VP/Tennis at ProServ (WASHINGTON POST, 7/10)....In Minneapolis, Sid Hartman reports that Vikings Ticket Manager HARRY RANDOLPH is leaving the organization after 21 years with the team over a disagreement (Minneapolis STAR-TRIBUNE, 7/9)....TOM COVE was promoted to VP/Government Relations for the Sporting Goods Manufactures Association....MICHAEL FASSETTE was named Senior VP/Sales and Marketing for Fila U.S.A. footwear division (TENNIS BUYER'S GUIDE, 7/95 issue)....Sportmart named MARK SCOTT Exec VP/Merchandising (Sportmart).... Collegiate Licensing Co. has named JENNIFER GOLDMAN as Licensing Coordinator. Goldman comes from Apex One (CLC). ...Penguins Owner HOWARD BALDWIN announced a two-year deal with Universal Pictures. Baldwin, his wife Karen, and partner RICHARD COHEN have moved their production company's offices to the Universal lot (Mult., 7/8)....DWIGHT GOODEN will host a feature on Tampa Sports Radio 820 AM called "Let's Make A House Call With Doc" (TAMPA TRIBUNE, 7/9).... FINANCIAL POST profiles MARK MCCORMACK, founder and head of IMG. Asked about retirement, McCormack responded, "Retire? Everybody retires to do what I do every day" (FINANCIAL POST, 7/8)....SITV profiled St. Paul Saints Owner MIKE VEECK and during "Wide World of Sports" Saturday. Veeck: "Would I like to get back [the the majors]? Yes, I would, if for no other reason that I would have to put up or shut up -- and obviously I can't shut up" (ABC, 7/8).