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FL-based JumboSports, which closed its fourth quarter with "worse-than-expected earnings, predicted Monday its turnaround is at least three more months away," according to Jeff Harrington of the ST. P
FL-based International Speedway Corp. (ISC) and MI- based Penske Motorsports Inc. "are selling their stakes" in CA-based Grand Prix Association of Long Beach (GPA), which runs the country''s second-bi
Reebok Int''l President & CEO Paul Fireman''s pay "rose" 60% to $1.6M, including his first bonus since ''94, after the company "reached some, but not all, of its financial goals," according to BLOOMBE
The Marquee Group has agreed to acquire sports and music marketing company Alphabet City. Alphabet City Sports Records, one of Alphabet City''s two major divisions, has recorded compilation CDs and or
NJ-based Score Board Inc., "faced with weak sales in a sports-card industry that never fully recovered" from the MLB strike, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, according to Dean Starkman
University Netcasting said that it has closed a new round of private funding in excess of $5M, led by Brentwood Venture Capital and supported by its investor syndicate: Baccharis Capital, iXL Inc. and
adidas and company Chair Robert Louis-Dreyfus are profiled by John Tagliabue in the business section of the N.Y. TIMES, under the piece on Nike''s decreasing third quarter earnings. Tagliabue writes t
Nike yesterday reported revenues and earnings for the company''s third quarter ended February 28, 1998. Third quarter net income totaled $73.1M or $0.25 per share compared to $237.1M, or $0.80 per sha
The Marquee Group announced financial results for the year ended December 31, 1997, its first complete year as a public company. For the year, revenues were $21.3M versus $2.9M for the previous year.
FL-based Outback Sports Ltd. (OSL), a new limited partnership formed by Outback Steakhouses, announced that Scott Letellier and Ross Berlin have joined the company as President and CEO, respectively.