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Venue Managers Hosting Free Webinar On Ebola IncidentPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 31 / 14
The Int’l Association of Venue Managers will host a free webinar today taking an in-depth look at how venues in the Dallas-Fort Worth area have handled the recent Ebola incident in that market. The discussion will include AT&T Stadium, the Texas Motorplex and the Cotton Bowl at Fair Park, ...
With MLB having officially kicked off its ''96 season on ESPN last night, the rest of the league holds Opening Day today. Several writers used the occasion to offer thoughts on the state of the game.
Raiders Owner Al Davis tells the Akron BEACON JOURNAL that Cleveland will get a new NFL team "sooner than you think," which the BEACON JOURNAL''s Bart Hubbuch writes could mean a team playing at OSU''
In Atlanta, Thomas Stinson notes the "subdued state" of the ongoing MLB labor talks "palpitated" last week as the league neared its opening day. Chief management negotiator Randy Levine took on a "mor
The state of Major League Baseball is a hot topic this morning, with the season opening on ESPN Sunday night and in full on Monday. USA TODAY''s Chuck Johnson calls this "the year of the comeback" --
In Minneapolis, columnist Patrick Reusse comes to the defense of Cubs President & CEO Andy MacPhail, a former Twins exec, who said that the owners would not relent on the issue of granting the players
The IBF has been ordered by a NJ federal court to strip its Heavyweight Champ, Francois Botha, of his title because he was not disqualified after admitting steroid use. The ruling could lead to a Mich
Statements made by Cubs President & CEO Andy MacPhail that MLB players should not be credited for service time lost during the strike elicited negative reactions from negotiators on both sides, as wel
As a way to "better communicate" with league sponsors, the CISL has relocated its National Marketing Department office from Encino, CA, to New York. In conjunction with the move, Bill Tronolone, forme
The CBA, in conjunction with Advantage Int''l, announced that a team consisting of three CBA players and seven retired NBA players will stage a five-game exhibition series against the Australian Olymp
Cubs President & CEO Andy MacPhail has become the unofficial spokesperson on the issue of granting the players service time for the ''94-95 strike, and his message is: "The game will be shut down agai