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Finish Line Reports Dip In Q4 Earnings Despite Uptick In RevenuePublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 03 / 27 / 15
Finish Line reported a decline in Q4 earnings and "warned that profits in the current year may miss expectations," as the sports-apparel retailer has "struggled lately in a retail environment dogged by more promotions and lower mall traffic." The company's earnings fell 5% to $40.8M despite revenues...
Attorneys for Hillsborough County, FL, and former Tampa Mayor Bill Poe will get 20 minutes each on May 9 in front of the FL Supreme Court to "argue whether it is legal for taxpayers to build the Bucca
Ascent Entertainment "has resumed negotiations to acquire the land for its proposed Pepsi Center arena downtown," according to Ann Imse of the ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS. Ascent "let its contract to buy the
The WI Stadium Authority is "on the verge" of signing Japanese conglomerate Mitsubishi Int''l to build the retractable roof for Miller Park for "roughly" $60M (MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL, 4/2)....The
The IN Senate approved a financial bill for the Pacers yesterday, according to Barb Albert of the INDIANAPOLIS STAR- NEWS. With the approval, "the wheels will begin turning more quickly to pull togeth
Wayne Huizenga''s effort to gain a $60M sales tax rebate to "again" renovate Miami''s Pro Player Stadium "at public expense," is examined by Steve Bousquet of the MIAMI HERALD. Huizenga received a $60
Braves Owner Ted Turner spoke to the media before the first game at Turner Field, according to Tony Fabrizio in the FLORIDA TIMES-UNION. Turner, on the new ballpark: "It''s like a biblical story. You'
The opening of the "under-construction" Anaheim Stadium was examined by Barbara Kingsley in the ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER. As ushers wore "cute red hard hats," Kingsley wrote, "except for some complaints
The Charlotte City Council received two letters yesterday, which said that if the city plans to sell the Coliseum, "others besides [Hornets Owner George] Shinn are interested" (Mary Elizabeth Deangeli
A "key" WA State Senate committee passed WA Gov. Gary Locke''s "embattled" plan to build a new Seahawks stadium, and Locke said he has "finally clinched" the votes he needs to move the bill out of the
Hornets Owner George Shinn "abandoned his quest" for an uptown arena yesterday, saying that he wanted to buy the Charlotte Coliseum instead, according to Ames Alexander in the CHARLOTTE OBSERVER. Shin