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Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 02 / 23 / 17

"He’s got to go out there and show the Monster bag. He’s going to show the TaylorMade driver, he’s going to get on TV, he’s got the Nike clothes, he’s got to keep that stuff relevant. But the bottom line is he knows he can’t beat anybody” – Golfer Pat...

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Tags: Baltimore Ravens, Dallas Cowboys, ESPN, Football, HBO, Hockey, NHL, Sports Illustrated, Media, Walt Disney

WCHL Loses Team For '02-03

The IDAHO STATESMAN reports that the WCHL CO Gold Kings "have suspended operations for the 2002-03 season, but the financially struggling Anchorage Aces have been sold and will remain active."  Since

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Wild Names Wheelock CFO

MN State Finance Commissioner PAM WHEELOCK, the "linchpin of Gov. JESSE VENTURA''s administration and the woman some around the State Capitol call `Governor Wheelock,''" is leaving to become Wild Seni

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Is Gillette Close To Naming-Rights Deal With Super Bowl Champions? The Patriots are expected to announce today that longtime team partner Gillette will take over the name of their new stadium from CMG

Morning Buzz, August 5, 2002

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Chicago Rejects Cubs' Proposal

Cubs President Andy MacPhail "expressed disappointment" Saturday that Chicago Mayor Richard Daley and the city "have sided with community groups and rejected" the Cubs'' plans to add 1,980 seats to Wr

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Closing Bell, August 5, 2002

The Daily Insider Afternoon News & Headlines Monday, August 5, 2002 4:00pm ET Print The Closing Bell Past Issues   Aug 2, 2002   Aug 1, 2002 July 31, 2002 July 30, 2002 July 29, 20

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Details Of NBC's AFL Contract

The AFL''s TV deal with NBC, which begins next year, will place $43M over three years into the league, according to Lombardo & Kaplan of the SPORTSBUSINESS JOURNAL, who write that NBC "expects to reap

Tags: Basketball, Football, Leagues and Governing Bodies, NBA, NBC, NFL

49ers' Naming Rights Update

The S.F. Board of Supervisors "will consider [tonight] whether to grant the naming rights" of S.F. Stadium at Candlestick Point to the 49ers, according to Rachel Gordon of the S.F. CHRONICLE. Supervis

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Octagon Acquires Bober Group

Octagon announced Friday that it has reached an agreement with Bober Associates, Inc. (BAI) to bring the firm into Octagon. Founded by David Bober, BAI reps 25 female athletes and broadcasters, includ

Tags: Basketball, CBS, Interpublic Group of Cos., Octagon, Soccer, Viacom

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