Isiah Thomas Expected Backlash Over Hiring Babcock Prepared For Tough Maple Leafs Gig Mets See Another Revenue Dip At Home Maple Leafs Go For Broke With Babcock Hiring Bruins' Don Sweeney Promoted To GM Lightning Defend Tix, Apparel Ban Dolphins' Ross Finding His Groove CFL Commissioner Lauds Argonauts Sale Steinbrenner Addresses A-Rod Bonus NASL Adds Expansion Club In Miami
Upcoming Conferences and Events
Isiah Thomas Expected Backlash Over Role With Liberty, Insists He Is "Activist For Equality"Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 05 / 22 / 15
WNBA Liberty President and co-Owner Isiah Thomas said that he expected his hiring to be "met with furor because of the sexual harassment trial" in which MSG was ordered to pay more than $11M in damages, according to Marc Berman of the N.Y. POST. But Thomas has told friends for years that he "never f...
As "public grumbling" over the Raiders $200M deal to relocate to Oakland increases, an Alameda County grand jury "has secretly" obtained testimony from "key officials" involved in the deal, including
"The word out of Minnesota is that contrary to reports, Vikings President Roger Headrick will hire Lou Holtz, if that''s what Headrick''s nine fellow owners really want," according to Fox''s James Bro
A "loose deadline" of today for the sale by Interbrew SA of the Blue Jays has been "extended indefinitely," according to Dave Perkins of the TORONTO STAR. If a consortium led by Toronto realtor/dentis
The Raptors ownership "shotgun" went off last night and Allan Slaight, not team President John Bitove Jr. "is the one left standing," according to Craig Daniels of the TORONTO SUN. Despite a "final, l
Dick Evans, the new Huizenga Sports & Entertainment Group CEO, is profiled by Barry Jackson of the MIAMI HERALD under the header, "He Finds Green In The Fields of Dreams." Evans will oversee operation
Raptors President John Bitove Jr. must decide by midnight tonight whether he will buy out partner Allan Slaight''s 39.5% interest in the club or have his 39.5% stake in the team bought out by Slaight.
The Brewers are planning "modifications" in its uniforms for next season, according to Bob Wolfley of the MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL. The team''s jerseys are expected to have numbers on the front with
Bulls Owner Jerry Reinsdorf on rumors he plans to sell the team: "I get asked this once a week by the media. ... If I ever decide to sell the Bulls, I''ll be sure to make an announcement" (CHICAGO TRI
While Blue Jays Owner Interbrew SA has set a November 15 deadline to sell the club, Bob Elliott of the TORONTO SUN reports the deadline is expected to be "waived" largely due to MLB''s unresolved labo
The NHL Panthers officially become a publicly traded company as stock in the club began selling on the NASDAQ market yesterday under the symbol "PUCK," according to Cindy Krischer Goodman of the MIAMI