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Runner's World Publisher Molly O'Keefe Talks About This Year's Boston Marathon

04 / 18 / 14

Rodale's Runner's World Publisher MOLLY O'KEEFE took up a challenge the magazine put to its readers last year to run on consecutive days for several months. She is still going, having built her count up to 309 straight days as of a recent conversation. As any runner knows, running can be compulsiv...

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06/10/96
NAMES IN THE NEWS

Hall of Famer WILLIE MCCOVEY was sentenced to two years probation and fined $5,000 on tax evasion charges stemming from unreported income for baseball memorabilia (N.Y. DAILY NEWS, 6/8)....SHAQUILLE O

Tags: ABC, People and Pop Culture, Walt Disney

06/10/96
EXECUTIVE TRANSACTIONS

MLB Properties has promoted MARLA MILLER to Group Licensing Dir of the Adult Wearables and Authentic Diamond Collection. CAROLANN DUNN was promoted to Group Licensing Dir of Children''s Products (NEWS

Tags: Callaway Golf, MLB, People and Pop Culture

06/07/96
EXECUTIVE TRANSACTIONS

H. PETER GOEHRIG has joined with Sports Data International. He will handle SDI''s research business in Europe, South America and Asia (SDI)....RICH KINCAIDE, host of the NHL Red Wings radio broadcasts

Tags: AEG, Colorado Rapids, Detroit Red Wings, NHL, People and Pop Culture

06/07/96
NAMES IN THE NEWS

Attorneys for DR. GILBERT MUDGE filed an answer to the lawsuit filed last month by DONNA HARRIS-LEWIS, widow of NBA star REGGIE LEWIS. Mudge''s response claims he urged Lewis to change his "personal h

Tags: NBA, New Orleans Pelicans, People and Pop Culture

06/06/96
EXECUTIVE TRANSACTION

ROSS LEVINSOHN, HBO''s Dir of Production and Marketing Enterprises since ''92, will join SportsLine USA as VP of Programming and Enterprises. Levinsohn will be responsible for creating and developing

Tags: HBO, People and Pop Culture, Time Warner

06/06/96
NAMES IN THE NEWS

FleetCenter President LARRY MOULTER resigned from Delaware North yesterday to become President of Bob Woolf Associates. Moulter signed with ED ESKANDARIAN, President of Arnold Communications, which bo

Tags: Boston Bruins, Cablevision, ESPN, Houston Rockets, Madison Square Garden, Orlando Magic, RDV Sports, People and Pop Culture, Walt Disney

06/05/96
'97 NATIONAL SPORTS FORUM SET FOR DENVER

The 1997 National Sports Forum, which will focus on team marketing and sponsorships, will be held at the Hyatt Regency in Denver, January 19-21. Steering Committee Members include: STEPHEN PHELPS, NFL

Tags: Colorado Rockies, New Jersey Devils, NFL, Philadelphia Phillies, People and Pop Culture, YankeeNets

06/05/96
UMASS TO INVESTIGATE CAMBY INCIDENT: SPEARS MAY GET SPEARED

UMass informed the NCAA Tuesday of possible violations involving MARCUS CAMBY, according to the BOSTON GLOBE. Even though Camby may have accepted illegal gifts as early as last summer, the NCAA is unl

Tags: Comcast-Spectacor, ESPN, NCAA, Philadelphia 76ers, People and Pop Culture, Walt Disney

06/05/96
EXECUTIVE TRANSACTIONS

Two of the people "most credited" with getting the FleetCenter built are reportedly leaving Delaware North. GAIL EDWARDS, who handled negotiations, has reportedly taken a job as CFO of GC Cos., which

Tags: People and Pop Culture

06/04/96
PROSERV SAYS CAMBY IS TARGET OF AGENT EXTORTION

Former UMass star MARCUS CAMBY told the HARTFORD COURANT that he accepted money and jewelry while playing last season, in violation of NCAA rules. Camby admitted he accepted cash from one agent. The j

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