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"Concussion" Trailer Still Has People Talking, Wondering How NFL Will RespondPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on
The upcoming release of Columbia Pictures' "Concussion," which focuses on brain trauma in football, has the "potential to do what a Hall of Famer's suicide, protracted lawsuits and reams of scientific data could not: present the horrors of football's concussion crisis in such simple and compelling ...
The narrowing of MLB''s antitrust exemption, which included a tentative deal reached this month by players and owners, is examined by Paula Dwyer of BUSINESS WEEK, who writes that while the end of the
"By a 2-1 margin, an NBA arbitration appeals panel upheld an earlier ruling that excludes stadium naming rights revenues from the players salary cap pool even if the naming rights payment goes directl
MLB has confirmed that its Player Relations Committee Chief Labor Negotiator Randy Levine will join the administration of New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani. However, Levine will continue in his rol
NBA Commissioner David Stern formally announced that Philadelphia has been chosen to host the ''99 NBA All-Star Game at the CoreStates Center yesterday, according to Mike Jensen of the PHILADELPHIA IN
Memorial Day weekend will feature three major auto races centered around the 81st running of the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday. CART will hold its inaugural Motorola 300 on Saturday with the NASCAR Coca-
In Hartford, lawmakers voted 36-0 to require sports agents for student athletes to register with CT''s Department of Consumer Protection. Also, athletes would be able to back out of contracts with age
David Boies, who is representing Yankees Owner George Steinbrenner in his suit with adidas against MLB, said that defendants were being served in the antitrust lawsuit, according to a report in the L.
"Tired of being sued by members of its ownership group," the NFL is "expected to soon adopt a rule that makes any owner who sues the league responsible for all legal fees should that owner lose the la
MLB named Alan Sobba as its new Dir of Government Relations. Sobba is a DC lawyer and businessperson who had spent 12 years at the National Cattlemen''s Beef Association. His areas of policy expertise
SportsCar has opened an office in Paris to help serve the FIA governing body and European-based manufacturers and teams (SportsCar)....Tickets for the ''97 U.S. Open Tennis Championships in New York w