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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...
A survey of 500 San Jose residents found just 33% in support of a proposal by the city to lure the Warriors from Oakland. The poll was conducted by the SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS. Nearly 51% oppose Mayor S
One of the issues facing NFL owners during their November 7 meeting in Dallas will be the status of Baltimore as a future home to an NFL franchise. Unless NFL owners pass a resolution by the end of De
MLB Acting-Commissioner Bud Selig said yesterday that Astros Owner Drayton McLane "has not asked permission to move the team," according to the HOUSTON CHRONICLE. Alan Truex reports, however, that NL
"Marking a profound shift in talks," Oakland and Warriors negotiators discussed gutting and renovating the Coliseum Arena instead of building a new facility, according to Li and Salladay of the OAKLAN
Interbrew SA says it plans to "replace" the 11-member Board of Directors for the Blue Jays with a "new committee of its own making," according to today''s Toronto GLOBE & MAIL. Interbrew will replace
Blade Communications Inc, the parent company of the Pittsburgh Post Gazette, is the latest investor to join a group headed by Kevin McClatchy trying to buy the Pirates, according to the POST GAZETTE.
One day after Anheuser-Busch''s announcement that they will sell the Cardinals as part of a company restructuring, "rumors" were flying in St. Louis as to the future of the team, according to Tim O''N
The Nuggets reported revenues of $46M last season -- double what the team generated three years ago. The club reported $13.7M of the revenue came from ticket sales and radio/TV, while $18.3M came from
The Hornets are "considering" moving to SC, or Gaston Cabarrus or Mecklenburg Counties in NC, according to this morning''s CHARLOTTE OBSERVER. But Dan Chapman reports that Hornets President Spencer St
Raiders marketing officials admitted yesterday what "ticket holders have known for weeks: the sales effort had fallen far short of the team''s commitment to excellence" (Robert Salladay, OAKLAND TRIBU