Quote of the Day

"When I reflect on this week, I feel I failed miserably as CEO."
-- Modell's Sporting Goods CEO Mitchell Modell, after working in disguise at several store locations as part of CBS' "Undercover Boss." (CBS, 11/2)
Monday November 5, 2012 Vol. 19 — No. 39 Print This Issue

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  • Winter Chill

    The '13 Winter Classic was canceled on Friday, and NHL officials said that the Red Wings and Maple Leafs "will play in the next Classic -- presumably Jan. 1, 2014 -- in Ann Arbor," according to Ted Kulfan of the DETROIT NEWS. Univ. of Michigan AD Dave Brandon said, "Our relationship with the NHL has been terrific. ... We are glad they are committed to bring the next game to the Big House." Red Wings D Ian White: "We've already had some damage that won't be able to be undone to our sport. (The league) just continues to pile on. It actually embarrasses me as a player. You go out in public, people view us differently from this. The NHL just continues along this path" ( DETROIT NEWS, 11/4 ). In N.Y., Jeff Klein wrote the loss of t ...

  • False Start

    Wittenberg, NYRR left to deal with massive PR hit from Marathon cancellation.

  • Memphis Beat

    Grizzlies hire 76ers' Jason Levien as new team CEO.

  • An Elephant Never Forgets

    Alabama's late comeback win over LSU gives CBS the best overnight rating of any college football telecast this season.

  • Brooklyn Boys

    Delay takes some luster off Barclays Center's NBA debut, but Nets officially belong to Brooklyn.

  • Behind The Pace

    Breeders' Cup sees wagering and attendance down at Santa Anita compared to last year's event at Churchill Downs.

  • Quick Change

    Rory reportedly has already filmed first Nike commercial.

  • Caught In A Web

    MSG Network pulls ads taking shot at "Spider-Man" play.

  • Getting Into Character

    Modell's Sporting Goods CEO finds he has "a lot of work to do" after becoming the latest sports exec to appear on "Undercover Boss."

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