Goodell Addresses Progress On Domestic Violence Wrigley World Series Ticket Prices Soar UFC's Future Under WME-IMG Still Unclear Backlash Continues To Heap On Giants, NFL Adam Silver Talks Jordan's CBA Involvement League Notes Rowdies, Fury Defect From NASL To USL PGA Tour Opens New Office In Tokyo NHL, Players Set Escrow Withholding Rate At 15% Goodell Addresses NFL's Domestic Violence Policy
SBD/Issue 236/Leagues & Governing Bodies
Published September 6, 2006
MONSTER GARAGE: CRAIN’S N.Y. BUSINESS’ Julie Satow reports NASCAR is leaving its 7,800-square-foot office at the Seagram Building for a 19,500-square-foot space at Park Avenue Tower. The former office was located on E. 55th St. between Park and Madison avenues, while the new $90-per-square-foot space is located at 375 Park Ave., between E. 52nd and E. 53rd (NEWYORKBUSINESS.com, 9/5).
UNIFICATION BELT: The WTA beginning next year will turn management of its anti-doping program over to the Int’l Tennis Federation through 2011. WTA Tour VP/Business Affairs Andrew Walker said that the move “should mean a significant increase in testing.” The ATP handed over management of its program earlier this year (N.Y. TIMES, 9/5).