Four Big Tech Companies Bidding For NFL's "TNF" Goodell Follows Up On Changes To NFL Games Disney Chair & CEO Bob Iger Extends Contract Coca-Cola's Marcos De Quintos Leaving Company ESPN Films Promotes Geist, Inks Edelman Deal College Hockey Struggling To Grow Despite Talent Glut NCAA Issues Final Warning To N.C. Over HB2 NHL Players Won't Compromise For Olympics WBC Tourney Finishes With Strong Attendance Rays' Ballpark Site Search Still Complicated
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Brewers Planning Overhaul, Upgrades To Miller
Park Suites, Retail Store And Meeting Rooms
Penguins Set To Introduce Yinzcam Service
At Mellon Arena To Improve Fan Experience
Cardinals President Says Team Still Moving
Forward With Ballpark Village Development
GIDDY UP: CNET Founder Halsey Minor last week made public a proposal he submitted to the BOD of MI Developments (MID), the parent company of Magna Entertainment Corp., which owns Laurel Park and Pimlico Race Course. Minor is seeking to "acquire the more than $220[M] in loans Magna owes MID, relieving the parent company of 'the balance sheet risk of continually extending loans to a faltering business'" (Baltimore SUN, 10/22).
MOUNTAIN MEN: The Mountain West Conference announced the five finalist venues to host the MWC Basketball Championships from 2011-2013: the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas, The Pit in Albuquerque, Pepsi Center in Denver, Cox Arena in San Diego and Energy Solutions Arena in Salt Lake City. A final decision is expected in June (LASVEGASSUN.com, 10/22).