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Sporting KC Proving To Be Model Club For Chiefs, Royals, Other MLS Franchises12 / 06 / 13
MLS Sporting KC has built what club CEO Robb Heineman "calls 'a tremendous benefit of the doubt' that borders on sycophancy from its fans and much of the local media," and this is a "fabulous credit to the organization, achieved through a meticulous brand-building strategy, and should be the envy of...
Bengals President Mike Brown was reportedly "encouraged" after Cincinnati-area business leaders and politicians met with OH Gov. George Voinovich on Tuesday. The state of OH reportedly has pledged a "
The Spirit of Manitoba agreed yesterday to purchase the majority shares of the Jets for $32M, according to today''s WINNIPEG FREE PRESS. The agreement is not final, however, until Spirit puts down a $
NJ Gov. Christine Todd Whitman said the NJSEA is willing to pay for improvements to Brendan Byrne Arena and would potentially join with a private-sector partner to build more "revenue- producing" luxu
ITT Corp. said yesterday that its board of directors approved a management plan to "spin-off" its businesses into three separate companies: ITT Corp. (including ITT Sheraton and ITT''s interests in Ca
The Tigers are leading MLB in the category entitled "highest percentage of ticket-sales increase," according to Lynn Henning in the DETROIT NEWS. The category is a comparison of ticket sales through t
A group of Winnipeg businessmen calling themselves Spirit of Manitoba Inc. made a formal offer to buy the Jets Friday. The offer reportedly "hinges" on a few points: The signature of the current owner
In an extensive interview in Sunday''s MIAMI HERALD, Wayne Huizenga, owner of the Marlins, Dolphins, Panthers and Joe Robbie Stadium, said he would like to have the Marlins play in a new park and that
Raiders Owner Al Davis and Hollywood Park officials "are finally ''on the verge of a final agreement'' that would result in the construction of a new stadium in Inglewood and a permanent home [in L.A.
"The relatively subdued response to the Devils'' threat to leave New Jersey is fitting since the response to their presence for many years was the equivalent of one fan clapping," writes Mathew Purdy
Bengals President Mike Brown visited Baltimore yesterday and said he was "very serious" about moving his team from Cincinnati, writes Jon Morgan in this morning''s BALTIMORE SUN. However, Morgan repor