Quote of the Day

"I could find somebody to buy the team. That's not my problem. I have to find someone that’s committed to here."
-- T'Wolves Owner Glen Taylor, on looking for his eventual successor with the team. (AP, 5/5)
Monday May 7, 2012 Vol. 18 — No. 168 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • World Of Influence

    Visa is not changing its playbook for the London Games, but the company, which today unveils its advertising plans, is adding a few twists to its sepia-toned “Go World” spots. The company will take the tagline, look and feel of the campaign, which was first used in the U.S. in '08, to more than 70 markets worldwide, making it the first time it has ever used a single theme globally for the Summer Olympics. But the biggest change to the campaign from prior Olympics will be the incorporation of social and digital elements. Visa is encouraging fans to cheer on its 60-sponsored athletes like U.S. swimmer Michael Phelps and gymnast Nastia Liukin by submitting digital “cheers” through clicks, posts, photos and video su ...

  • Big Move

    John Marinatto suddenly resigns as Big East Commissioner.

  • Anthony's Song

    Heat-Knicks Game Four sets local ratings records for ABC.

  • Paying The Big Bucks

    Herb Kohl says he will help cover cost of Bradley Center successor.

  • Place Your Bets

    Kentucky Derby sets new record at the windows with $133.1M bet; NBC ratings down from '11.

  • City High

    Manchester City signs a new deal with Nike to provide its kits starting in '13.

  • Musical Chairs

    Red Sox say sellout calculations based on "decades-old standard."

  • Going Too Far?

    N.Y. Post's Phil Mushnick under fire for comments about Nets rebrand.

  • Primetime Player

    Eli Manning's debut on "SNL" scores big, with many critics as he "may have even topped his brother."

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