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Deteriorating Relationship With Bulls Management At Heart Of Tom Thibodeau FiringPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 05 / 29 / 15
The Bulls "fired coach Tom Thibodeau on Thursday" despite two years and roughly $9M remaining on his deal, with GM Gar Forman "citing a need for 'a culture of communication that builds a trust throughout this organization,'" according to Greenstein & Johnson of the CHICAGO TRIBUNE. Bulls Exec VP...
The MLS Mutiny''s difficulties in gaining support among the area''s youth market is examined by Brian Landman of the ST. PETERSBURG TIMES. While nearly 29,000 boys and girls in the area are registered
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The Nashville NHL expansion franchise named Jack Diller as its first President. Diller, who was introduced by the team''s Chair and majority investor, Craig Leipold, was most recently president of the
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At a meeting in San Diego of the Mayor''s Padres Task Force, team President Larry Lucchino released figures from a Price Waterhouse audit of the team''s finances "that paint a dire financial picture"
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Avalanche and Nuggets parent Ascent Entertainment Group said its spinoff from satellite company MD-based Comsat was completed. Ascent Entertainment shares rose $.875, to $9.125/share on NASDAQ. Comsat
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman has received a demand for arbitration from John Pickett stating that John Spano failed to make payments required for the purchase of the Islanders and other matters. Pend