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PGA, European Tour Leaders Have Different Views On Unifying Golf In The FuturePublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 06 / 30 / 16
PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem’s idea for the future of golf, a "unified global organization overseeing both the men’s and women’s pro game everywhere it exists," faces a growing impediment in the European Tour, which "wants no part of it," according to Brian Costa of the WALL S...
MLB''s radical realignment plan (RRA) "has lost momentum" and "strategies have turned to a series of less severe scenarios in an effort to forge a format that can win approval for next season," accord
A decision "is expected early next week" about whether the LPGA''s $550,000 Fieldcrest Cannon Classic event in Charlotte will be played as scheduled September 25-28 after DelWilber & Associates, the V
The Ontario Soccer Association yesterday unveiled plans for the Canadian Professional Soccer League (CPSL), which will be based in Ontario, according to Tony Maraschiello in the TORONTO SUN. The CPSL
The NHL and the NHL Officials'' Association Executive Committee have announced an agreement on the central terms of a new Collective Bargaining Agreement that runs through the 2000-01 season. As part
CART "needs to do more to sell its races and its race- car drivers to keep from losing ground in the high-stakes scramble for fan loyalty," according to Liz Clarke in USA TODAY. "It''s not that CART''
The CBA and New Line TV have entered into a multi-year partnership designed to build the CBA into a national brand through TV, licensing and sponsorship opportunities. The Time-Warner studio will work
Will McDonough tells USA TODAY''s Rudy Martzke that Cleveland will land an expansion team in ''99: "[N]o one''s moving. You''ll see Cleveland get an expansion team, and then, probably in 2001, Los Ang
MLB President & COO Paul Beeston is interviewed by Terry Lefton of BRANDWEEK. Asked if he saw the need for MLB organizational changes, Beeston said, "Absolutely. Right now there are too many people re
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ABL Commissioner Gary Cavalli "has seen the monster, and it doesn''t scare him," according to Ann Killion of the SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS. Cavalli: "[T]he two leagues are actually helping each other. ...
The Nuveen Tour was profiled in the CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR by Byron Bradley Davis, who wrote, "The big names are the bait, the overall presentation is the hook" (CSM, 8/18)....Mark Rypien has sold