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NFL To Let Cardinals Fans Preview Super Bowl XLIX Stadium AppPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 12 / 21 / 14
The NFL at today’s Seahawks-Cardinals game will allow fans to preview the Super Bowl Stadium App in advance of the Feb. 1 game at Univ. of Phoenix Stadium. The mobile app, which is available for both iOS and Android devices, allows users to access three types of video content – in-game h...
The labor agreement between the NBA and its players, which is now before the union membership for ratification, would bring the players $80M in "additional money" over the term of the five- year deal,
MLB''s owners "plan to intensify their negotiations" with the MLBPA starting today in an attempt to complete a labor deal "within a week," according to Mark Maske in this morning''s WASHINGTON POST. S
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The NBA and NBPA announced on Friday that they had "reached an agreement in principle on all material terms of their collective bargaining agreement." In order to get the deal in writing and obtain ra
In Orlando, Brian Schmitz writes, "July 9 is now Independence Day for NBA free agents seeking salaries alien to us all." For Shaquille O''Neal''s camp, late resolution of the labor deal gives them eig
In L.A., Ross Newhan offers a "semi-promising update on the labor situation." He notes a "degree of progress," a "more respectful approach" from each side, and an eye toward a deal by the All-Star bre
In a teleconference yesterday, NBA Commissioner David Stern, NBA VP/Business Affairs Val Ackerman and NBC Sports President Dick Ebersol announced a five-year TV rights agreement between the new Women'
Negotiators for the NBA and its players "were working overtime last night" to resolve the remaining issues regarding the to-be-signed collective bargaining agreement in hopes of averting the second lo
Acting MLB Commissioner Bud Selig denied a story that MLB is investigating whether exiled Reds Owner Marge Schott is "meddling" in the day-to-day affairs of the franchise. Selig did say NL President L