Curry Plans On Standing For Anthem Marlins Wearing Fernandez' No. 16 Disney Advised On Potential Twitter Bid Pendulum To Study Future Of McCoy Stadium 10 Years Since Superdome Return Report: Twins To Hire Indians' Falvey Oilers Unveil Team's First Mascot Tour Championship Rating Flat On NBC Sign Up For Intercollegiate Athletics Forum Palmer Leaves Unique Marketing Legacy
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Warriors G Stephen Curry said that he "plans on standing" for the National Anthem and that he can "make a social statement in other ways" ( TWITTER.com, 9/26 ). Meanwhile, the Lakers today will announce that former NBAer Derek Fisher is joining Spectrum SportsNet as an on-air analyst...
ESPN Exec VP/Programming & Production Mark Shapiro is profiled by BUSINESSWEEK''s Hyman & Lowry, who write Shapiro''s recent promotion "puts him in charge of just about everything sports fans watch, a
Glen Taylor Two investment partners of T''Wolves Owner Glen Taylor "cast doubt" on a report that Taylor may be close to buying the Vikings for $450M, according to Kennedy & Seifert of the Minneapolis
Winning the Stanley Cup last year increased the value of the Red Wings by an estimated 23%, according to Fred Girard of the DETROIT NEWS, who writes the victory was worth $25-50M to the team owner Mik
He''s All Ears Eisner says Disney still looking to sell Angels, but will listen to partner offers. Weill You''re At It... Will statement by Citigroup CEO spark additional support for changes at August
Sports agent Leigh Steinberg testified Friday in L.A. Federal Court that his firm was fired by QB Neil O''Donnell, and QB Troy Aikman took his marketing work to another firm, because of "dissatisfacti
TAG Gambles A TV-Less Deal With Tiger Will Be Worth $2M Per Year TAG Heuer has signed Tiger Woods to an endorsement deal which will pay him about $2M per year. Woods joins the sports-watch brand after
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CBS SPORTSLINE''s Jay Glazer noted that after Vikings WR Randy Moss'' recent legal troubles, one NFL team "used the MasterCard slogan to help its players. The theme was, ''Your reputation? Priceless.'
Finch Makes A Splash At The ESPYs In the coming months, Team USA softball P Jennie Finch "could strike a pose in the modeling arena, [appear] on NBC''s ''Fear Factor'' and report from the sidelines of
While NASCAR is "without a black superstar," the organization is "determined to do something about that because it makes sense as in dollars and cents." according to NBC''s Tom Brokaw. NBC''s F