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North Carolina Lawmakers Consider HB2 Revisions, Step Towards Keeping NBA ASGPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 06 / 29 / 16
North Carolina lawmakers are considering revisions to controversial House Bill 2, and an NBA source said the proposed changes are a "step in the right direction" toward avoiding having to move the All-Star Weekend out of Charlotte, according to a front-page piece by Morrill, Peralta, Bonnell & G...
New MLB President & COO Paul Beeston was part of a media conference call yesterday with Acting Commissioner Bud Selig. Excerpts from the call: Beeston, on his immediate agenda: "What I want to do is g
MLS Commissioner Doug Logan says that he "feels certain" Seattle will have a franchise by 2002 (USA TODAY, 7/24)....The newly formed, DC-based Women''s Players Association''s current members include t
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As the MLBPA works to help MLB players earn "handsome salaries" and "excellent" pension benefits, the 27 employees of the association -- "including lawyers, senior-policy advisors, executive assistant
Federal Judge Robert Doumar yesterday told NBA referee Jesse Kersey that he should "negotiate a guilty plea" in his trial for felony tax evasion "because a jury is not likely to be convinced by his de
MLB named Paul Beeston as its President & COO yesterday. Beeston, who resigned his position as President & CEO of the Blue Jays, will report to Acting Commissioner Bud Selig and be responsible for all
The newly created National Lacrosse League (NLL) announced yesterday that it will begin play in January ''98 with teams in Baltimore/Washington, DC; Buffalo; Hamilton, Ont.; New England; New York; Phi
The NHL has "quietly agreed" to pay former league and club employees more than C$20M in owed pension money, according to William Houston of the Toronto GLOBE & MAIL. The settlement, "reached three wee
Blue Jays President Paul Beeston will be named MLB President today, according to sources of Jim Byers of the TORONTO STAR. Beeston "is to announce at a Toronto press conference this afternoon that he
The ABL held a news conference in Philadelphia with Mayor Ed Rendell to formally announce that the Rage will play at UPenn''s Palestra beginning this October, according to Mel Greenberg of the PHILADE
In Toronto, 69,210 attended CART''s Molson Indy event on Sunday, topping the ''96 total of 68,183 and setting an event record. The three-day total for the event was 164,406, which exceeded last year''