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SportsBusiness Daily is seeking an entry-level Staff Writer at our Charlotte, N.C., headquarters. Qualified candidates will have excellent knowledge of sports and business issues, with equally strong writing and verbal skills. Must also have a solid work ethic and thrive in a team environment. Stron...
Islanders majority Owner John Pickett has agreed to sell the "beleaguered, underfinanced" team to 32-year-old TX billionaire John Spano, according to Brooks & Botte of the N.Y. POST. Terms of the sale
More than 4,000 tickets remain for NLCS Game One in Atlanta tonight. 4,000 seats also remain for Game 2 on Thursday (ATLANTA CONSTITUTION, 10/9)....4,500 tickets have been sold for Friday''s Rockets-S
The Senators, beginning their first regular season at the 18,500-seat Corel Centre, will likely be "well short" of a sellout for tonight''s home opener against the Islanders and Friday''s contest with
The efforts of 76ers President Pat Croce to alleviate the "apathetic atmosphere" of 76ers'' games are examined by Phil Jasner of the PHILADELPHIA DAILY NEWS. In an attempt to "catch up to the rest of
Houston-based oil and gas company Zapata Corp. has ended its efforts to complete a "controversial" merger with Houlihan''s Restaurant Group, according to Greg Hassell of the HOUSTON CHRONICLE. Bucs Ow
Pirates Managing Partner Kevin McClatchy named former Padres President Dick Freeman as the club''s new CEO & Exec VP, according to Halvonik & Meyer of the PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE. While Freeman will n
Oilers DB Cris Dishman has filed a grievance against the Oilers in conjunction with the NFLPA over the team''s method of paying its players. Dishman and the NFLPA want to force the Oilers to pay playe
Despite reaching the NLCS for the first time since ''87, the Cardinals will still lose money this year under the direction of its first year owners, according to Josh Gotthelf of the ST. LOUIS BUSINES
Noting the Maple Leafs are "facing real live competition in the [Toronto] sports marketplace" for the first time, Stephen Brunt of the Toronto GLOBE & MAIL writes the Raptors and Leafs are "jockeying"
In Atlanta, 5,000 tickets remain for Games 1 and 2 of the NL Championship Series. 6,500 and 7,000 seats are left for potential Games 6 and 7, respectively (ATLANTA CONSTITUTION, 10/7)....The expansion