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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...
Reaction continues on the Mets-Padres series in Monterrey, Mexico, with the HOUSTON CHRONICLE reporting that MLB "took a historic first step toward the possibility of eventually expanding to Mexico."
MLBPA officials "remained in baseball''s version of a waiting room Monday," according to Tom Haudricourt in this morning''s MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL, "as owners continued to try to get their act tog
Cowboys QB Troy Aikman said he could be fined again by the NFL for shoes he wore in Saturday''s exhibition game against Denver. He has already been fined $40,000 this preseason for not correctly cover
Attendance at New Hampshire International Speedway for Sunday''s True Value 200, the IRL''s season opener, was announced at 24,000. But, the BOSTON GLOBE''s Vega & Lessels note "not even the appearanc
The three-game Mets-Padres series in Monterrey, Mexico, drew 67,382 and the event was "deemed a success for how smoothly things went during the weekend and for how enthusiastically is was received by
MLS will expand to 12 teams in ''98 and hopes to increase to 16 by 2004, Commissioner Doug Logan reported on Friday. Logan: "The plan is to establish marketing offices in cities in January 1997 and gi
MLB''s owners and players still are without final agreement on a new collective bargaining agreement. In New York, Murray Chass outlines the two obvious courses of action in the wake of acting Commiss
In Boston, Will McDonough looks toward the NFL''s next TV package. Raiders Owner Al Davis: "We will double our money, and you can quote me on that." McDonough notes if NFL TV rights do double, the sal
The TORONTO STAR reports NHL players and owners will announce a joint agreement on drug and alcohol abuse by month''s end. According to the STAR''s Damien Cox, the program will include: "An emphasis o
By a 36-0 vote, the CA Senate sent a resolution to the state Assembly that urged MLB to provide pensions for more than 70 former players who played before pensions were instituted in ''47 (S.F. CHRONI