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Finish Line Reports Dip In Q4 Earnings Despite Uptick In RevenuePublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 03 / 27 / 15
Finish Line reported a decline in Q4 earnings and "warned that profits in the current year may miss expectations," as the sports-apparel retailer has "struggled lately in a retail environment dogged by more promotions and lower mall traffic." The company's earnings fell 5% to $40.8M despite revenues...
The Orioles Roberto Alomar dropped his appeal of a five-game suspension for spitting in the face of AL umpire John Hirschbeck and the move "perhaps sets the stage for another confrontation" between ML
NBC opened its coverage of the Rangers-Yankees game with the Alomar-umpire controversy. NBC''s Joe Morgan called it the "worst thing I''ve ever seen ... I''m very upset ... and it bothers me because I
Roberto Alomar spitting on John Hirschbeck, and the subsequent effect on MLB as it starts its postseason, has been the focus of many in the media. A SAMPLING: In Akron, Terry Pluto calls Gene Budig an
MLB "narrowly averted" a postseason strike by its umpires yesterday when a federal judge in Philadelphia helped reach a "last-minute agreement that will keep the umpires working playoff games at least
NFLPA Exec Dir Gene Upshaw predicted the NFL will expand next to Cleveland and L.A. Upshaw: "It will be part of the new TV deal. We owe Cleveland. The league owes Cleveland. And I can''t see a new TV
Final MLB attendance rose 6.4% but remained 15% below its level before the ''94-95 strike. A ranking management official who remained anonymous said the 28 teams will have an operating loss of $150M i
Umpires are "outraged" that Alomar has remained active for the playoff series against Cleveland scheduled to start today, according to Tom Haudricourt of the MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL. The umpires wa
MLB and the MLBUA are in court this morning in Philadelphia, after umpires voted last night not to work MLB''s postseason unless the Orioles'' Roberto Alomar is suspended immediately for five games fo
The prospect of a World Golf Tour was examined by SI''s Jaime Diaz on CNN''s "Pro Golf Weekly." Diaz: "There will someday be a World Golf Tour. ... It''s inevitable, because for too long golf has fail
The Memorial Day "demolition derby" in auto racing may be over, according to Bill Koenig in BUSINESS WEEK. Last year''s Indy 500 and CART''s U.S. 500 ran on the same holiday-weekend Sunday, but CART "