Green Sports' Hershkowitz Resigns As President Nike Drops Suit Against Boris Berian Nike Forced To Recall Dresses Made For Wimbledon ESPN Public Editor Examines Use Of Virtual 3 NESN Hosting Baseball Tourney For Kids Greg Norman Seeking $55M For Colorado Ranch Weekend Plans: Turnkey Sports' Len Perna Executive Transactions Names In The News Execs Reveal Expectations For Rio Games
NAMES IN THE NEWS
Published July 17, 1995
STEFFI GRAF may leave Germany so she can "concentrate totally" on tennis. She is under investigation by German tax authorities (Mult., 7/17). Graf is dubbed a "loser" in this week's TIME "Chronicles" (TIME, 7/24 issue)....Former Nuggets President TIM LEIWEKE is a finalist to take over as new President of Colorado Ski Country U.S.A., the state's association of ski areas (DENVER POST, 7/15)....MIKE TYSON told Sunday's N.Y. DAILY NEWS that although he and DON KING have a good business relationship, the two are not friends (N.Y. DAILY NEWS, 7/16)....BILL GOODSTEIN, agent for DARRYL STRAWBERRY and DWIGHT GOODEN, was profiled in Sunday's N.Y. DAILY NEWS: "The Ragin' Agent, Savior or Scoundrel" (N.Y. DAILY NEWS, 7/16)....HIDEO NOMO, GREG NORMAN and TROY AIKMAN were featured on ESPN's "Up Close." Roy Firestone reported that Nomo has been signed by Nike as well as a Japanese insurance company (ESPN, 7/14).