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As 2011 comes to a close, join us in reviewing the highs and lows that defined the year in sports business. The top stories, the people who made headlines, the deals that got struck, the most-watched programs, the facilities that opened — we’ll recap them all in this entertaining and informative look back. Just what will 2011 be remembered for and how has it set the stage for the year ahead?
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