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Dustin Johnson Serving Suspension After Positive Cocaine Test

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 01 / 14

Golfer  Dustin Johnson  is "serving a six-month suspension from the PGA Tour after testing positive for cocaine," according to a source. Johnson on Thursday announced that he was taking a leave of absence. Under the Tour's policies, it is not required to announce any disciplinary actions f...

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11/22/94
HOCKEY HELD HOSTAGE -- DAY 53: THINGS TO BE THANKFUL FOR?

"This could be D-Day in the NHL as make-or-break talks between the league and its players'' union move toward a climax in Boston," writes Dave Fuller in this morning''s TORONTO SUN. While the AP was r

Tags: Boston Bruins, ESPN, Leagues and Governing Bodies, New York Islanders, NFL, NHL, Pittsburgh Penguins, Time Warner, Walt Disney

11/22/94
BASEBALL HELD HOSTAGE -- DAY 103: SORRY TO IMPOSE, BUT ...

"Baseball''s owners have set a doomsday deadline for the sport to settle its labor problems" by scheduling a meeting in Chicago on December 5. The owners will likely use the date to declare an impasse

Tags: Boston Red Sox, ESPN, Leagues and Governing Bodies, MLB, Walt Disney

11/21/94
HOCKEY HELD HOSTAGE -- PART II: ONE MAN'S PLAN

In this morning''s BOSTON GLOBE, Kevin Paul Dupont offers his proposal to end the lockout: the players would receive profit- sharing based on league-wide total attendance and average ticket costs on t

Tags: Boston Bruins, Leagues and Governing Bodies, NBA, NHL, Washington Capitals

11/21/94
FINCHEM PUTS BITE ON WORLD TOUR DURING SHARK SHOOT-OUT

"Both sides in the golf war drew lines in the bunkers Saturday when the World Tour vowed to begin in 1995 and PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem said he doesn''t see how it''s possible." Finchem, who m

Tags: CBS, Leagues and Governing Bodies, News Corp./Fox, PGA Tour, Viacom

11/21/94
USTA RESISTS BID BY ATLANTA TO FLUSH THEM OUT OF QUEENS

USTA President J. Howard Frazer said, while his organization is grateful for Atlanta''s interest in hosting the U.S. Open, "we have a contract with the city of New York, and we believe it''s in the be

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, USTA

11/21/94
CBA READY TO BEGIN SOUTH OF THE BORDER

The Mexico Aztecas of the CBA will "begin play as the first U.S. pro sports franchise based in Mexico." The CBA envisions itself as building a fan base and an organization for the NBA. "The reality is

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, NBA

11/21/94
BASEBALL HELD HOSTAGE -- DAY 102: TIME TO TALK TURKEY?

After three days of meetings in Herdon, VA, MLB and MLBPA negotiators recessed until November 28th "to give the players'' union additional time to study the clubs'' revised proposal" (Noble & Heyman,

Tags: Boston Red Sox, ESPN, Leagues and Governing Bodies, MLB, Walt Disney

11/21/94
FRESH OFF MEMPHIS ENTREE, CFL LOOKS TO HARTFORD

CFL Commissioner Larry Smith said he has talked with prospective owners in Hartford, CT, and "hopes the city will be part of the league''s expansion plans." Sources indicate that two CT groups are int

Tags: CFL, Leagues and Governing Bodies

11/21/94
HOCKEY HELD HOSTAGE -- DAY 52: CAUTIOUS OPTIMISM SWEEPS LAND

"The next round of talks on the NHL labor front should give us a pretty clear picture of whether this season will be salvaged," writes Mike Weaver in Sunday''s SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS. "Continued progre

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, News Corp./Fox, NHL

11/18/94
HOCKEY HELD HOSTAGE -- DAY 49: BEANTOWN BREAKTHROUGH?

Negotiations between the NHL and the NHLPA resumed yesterday in Boston with plans for the two sides to meet again today. And, according to Joe Gordon in today''s BOSTON HERALD, the "lockout logjam mig

Tags: Canadian Broadcasting Corp., Leagues and Governing Bodies, NHL

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