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Yahoo Sports Will Operate Under Own Brand Name For Time Being After Verizon DealPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 26 / 16
Yahoo Sports will continue to operate under its own brand name following Verizon’s $4.83B purchase of the company's core businesses. The name will continue at least until the acquisition is slated to close early next year. Verizon intends to integrate Yahoo with its existing AOL assets to...
ABC Sports will air Saturday''s No. 22 Notre Dame (ND) vs. unranked AZ State Univ. (ASU) game to 43% of the U.S, rather than the No. 3 UCLA vs. No. 10 Univ. of AZ (UA) game, which "has irked" UA suppo
USA Broadcasting Chair Barry Diller "has approached" Bulls/White Sox Chair Jerry Reinsdorf "about acquiring the two teams'' broadcasting rights" for USA''s Chicago outlet, WEHS-TV, according to source
"Homecourt Advantage," the new Avon Books novel written by Rita Ewing, who is separated from Knicks C Patrick Ewing, and Crystal McCrary, the wife of Sonics G Greg Anthony, is reviewed by Starr & Samu
Yankees SS Derek Jeter has reached a "mid-five figure" book deal with St. Martin''s Press for "Derek Jeter: Pride Of The Yankees," according to Celia McGee of the N.Y. DAILY NEWS. The book, which will
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WELCOME HOME, YOU''RE FIRED! USA TODAY''s Peter Jacobsen writes the "firings and downsizing that have been rumored for months at CBS finally began Wednesday, with 100 CBS News staffers getting -- or s
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KY-based cable TV net Military Channel has formed a new sports subsidiary called Heroic Sports, Inc. (HSI). HSI has named TV sports consultants Rex Lardner and Dave Tipton and producer George Finkel t
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Disney CEO Michael Eisner is profiled by USA TODAY''s David Lieberman in a business section "Cover Story" under the header, "Eisner''s Eye On The Prize: Disney'' Kingdom Counts On Bounty From Sports."