Quote of the Day

"I do think that's a lot, but it's not a ridiculous amount of money. Obviously, they've done the math and think they can pull it off."
-- CNBC's Bob Pisani, on Nike reportedly agreeing to spend $1B over the next 10 years to outfit EPL club Manchester United. ("Power Lunch," CNBC, 3/10)
Tuesday March 11, 2014 Vol. 20 — No. 124 Print This Issue

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  • Let's Make A Deal

    Ross thinks the upgrades will aid South Florida's effort to land a Super Bowl

    The Dolphins "want to stop paying property taxes for Sun Life Stadium in exchange for privately funding" a $350M renovation, a deal that would "put South Florida in the running again for Super Bowls," according to sources cited in a front-page piece by Douglas Hanks of the MIAMI HERALD. Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez said that Dolphins Owner Stephen Ross "agreed to complete the renovations, then turn over the stadium to county ownership and start reaping the tax savings once the project was completed." Hanks notes the talks mark the "first concrete sign that the Dolphins have not let up in their push for a renovated Sun Life after a bitter defeat last year in Tallahassee." Under the proposal, Sun Life Stadium would "revert to county owners ...

  • Ice Breakers

    NHL GMs seem reluctant to make significant changes to things like shootouts and video reviews.

  • Light Up The Night

    Stroumboulopoulos hopes to bring new energy, personality to "HNIC."

  • Say Cheese

    New equipment and extensive construction drive costs for Lambeau renovation $25M higher than expected.

  • Return Engagement

    The USGA decides to return to Torrey Pines for the '21 U.S. Open.

  • For Safe Keeping

    Mass. to double police presence along Boston Marathon route.

  • Along For The Ride

    CBS, Turner promoting March Madness in N.Y. subway.

  • It's Good To Be Bad

    ESPN plans to debut its "30 for 30" look at the Pistons' "Bad Boys" championship teams on April 17.

  • Laying The Smackdown

    WWE Network offers seamless viewing experience with impressive programming roster.

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