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Dustin Johnson Serving Suspension After Positive Cocaine TestPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 01 / 14
Golfer Dustin Johnson is "serving a six-month suspension from the PGA Tour after testing positive for cocaine," according to a source. Johnson on Thursday announced that he was taking a leave of absence. Under the Tour's policies, it is not required to announce any disciplinary actions f...
The ''02 and ''03 Winter X Games "are likely to land in Aspen," according to Brent Gardner-Smith of the ASPEN TIMES. Aspen Skiing Company (Skico) is "hoping to land a two-year contract" to host the ev
A recent study of the Economic Impact of the ''00 U.S. Open on the N.Y. Metropolitan region conducted by FL-based Sport Management Research Institute (SMRI) found the event generated just under $420M
Sporting events generate almost $2B in annual revenue in the Greater L.A. area, according to a study released yesterday by the Anderson School of management at UCLA and cited by Brent Hopkins of the L
After a report yesterday stated that fewer than half of the tickets have been sold for the ''01 World Championships in Athletics (WCIA) in Edmonton, organizers "rushed Wednesday to trumpet" the additi
With the "well-publicized cost-cutting" at AOL Time Warner and the "decreased influence" of company Vice Chair Ted Turner, the Goodwill Games "look to be an easy target," according to SI''s "Scorecard
TN-based NASCAR Cafe is "expected to open" a restaurant in Greensboro, NC, by the end of ''01, according to Stella Hopkins of the CHARLOTTE OBSERVER. NASCAR Cafe President Ted Moats said that the comp
Booth Creek Holdings Chair George Gillett announced plans yesterday for a ''02 CART Denver Grand Prix race, to take place Labor Day weekend, "over a 1.68-mile track twisting around the Pepsi Center an
Aspen Skiing Co. (SkiCo) "has quietly switched back to calling its flagship" ski area Aspen Mountain rather than Ajax, according to Scott Condon of the ASPEN TIMES. The name Ajax was "quietly started"
The L.A. Track & Field Organizing Committee (LATFOC) announced yesterday that the Powerade Indoor Track & Field Championships scheduled for February 11 at Staples Center "has been canceled because of
The L.A. Track & Field Organizing Committee (LATFOC) is considering canceling the February 11 Powerade Indoor Track & Field Championships at Staples Center because "cash-flow problems and poor ticket