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NFL Keeping Vikings-Panthers In Charlotte After Non-Violent Night Of ProtestsPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 09 / 23 / 16
The NFL has seen "no reason" to change its stance that Sunday's Vikings-Panthers game will take place at Bank of America Stadium as scheduled after protests in Charlotte on Thursday night were "largely peaceful," according to USA Today's Jarrett Bell. That was a change from Wednesday night, when one...
The ABL has learned that "some of its players are paying too much for representation -- as much as 10% of their contracts," according to USA TODAY''s Valerie Lister. By comparison, the "highest percen
The state of the NHL was examined by USA TODAY''s Sharon Raboin under the header, "NHL Fights Growing Pains. Tradition, New Ideas Collide In Critical Olympic Season." Raboin: "As the NHL strives to be
The Molson Indy races in Toronto and Vancouver are "not threatened" after Imperial Tobacco announced that it was dropping its sports sponsorships. Imperial''s Player brand had a C$1.5M involvement in
Latrell Sprewell will hold a press conference today "to press his grievance against" the Warriors and the NBA, according to David Steele of the S.F. CHRONICLE. The public appearance will come amid rep
Arbitrator J.H. Jordan has ruled in a dispute between the MLB Umpires Association (MLBUA) and the AL and NL over the length of time between innings, according to Bob Raissman of the N.Y. DAILY NEWS. L
Application for a first-division women''s pro league "is being dropped by the National Soccer Alliance [NSA] after withdrawal of its primary investor," Discover Channel CEO John Hendricks, according t
Latrell Sprewell''s contract termination by the Warriors and his one-year suspension by the NBA dominated much of the weekend media. It was the subject of both NBC''s "Meet The Press" and ABC''s "This
The plan to streamline the ATP Tour in the year 2000 (see THE DAILY, 11/25) was examined by John Barrett of the FINANCIAL TIMES who wrote that while it "may not have gone far enough," it would still "
Wizards Owner Abe Pollin "became the first" NBA owner to say that he would consider signing Latrell Sprewell, according to Ric Bucher of the WASHINGTON POST. Pollin: "I would never close the door on s
The NBA played its first regular-season game in Mexico on Saturday night as a sold-out crowd of 20,635 watched the Mavericks-Rockets at the Palacio de los Deportes (DALLAS MORNING NEWS, 12/7). In Ft.