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Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 06 / 30 / 15

NWSL club FC Kansas City, nonprofit WIN for KC and Sporting KC will host a watch party for the U.S.-Germany FIFA Women's World Cup match in K.C.'s Power & Light District.

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VA BUSINESS EXECS, JOHN HENRY WILLIAMS LATEST SOX SUITORS

Red Sox CEO John Harrington said that he will "continue to seek financing for a new ballpark in an attempt to bind future owners to assume what could amount to more than" $250M in debt to build a ball

Tags: Boston Red Sox, Franchises, MLB, New Jersey Devils, YankeeNets

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SPORTS MEDIA & TECHNOLOGY 2000 CONFERENCE IN NOVEMBER

World Research Group is proud to present the annual Sports Media & Technology 2000 conference, November 2-3, 2000 at the Crowne Plaza Manhattan in New York City. This new, expanded program offers uniq

Tags: ATP, Classified Advertisements, ESPN, MLS, NHL, Walt Disney

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WEB FIRMS SHARE DIFFERENCES WHEN TALLYING INTERNET TRAFFIC

Lacking a "standard traffic measure equivalent to runs in baseball," Web sites "hail whatever numbers make them look the best," according to David Sweet of the WALL STREET JOURNAL INTERACTIVE, who won

Tags: ESPN, NFL, Nielsen, Media, SportsLine.com, Walt Disney

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ADIDAS' NEW FASHION CENTS: COMPANY'S RESTRUCTURING EXAMINED

While adidas-Salomon''s move to reorganize its core brand into a three division structure puts the company "squarely in competition with some of the brands, such as The Gap and Abercrombie & Fitch, th

Tags: Nike, Washington Nationals

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FRANCHISE NOTES

In DC, Steven Goff cites sources as saying that MLS "might take over" DC United''s operations in the "wake of the collapse" of the team''s "long-awaited" sale to N.Y. investment firm Warburg Pincus. W

Tags: AEG, DC United, Franchises, MLS, Pittsburgh Pirates, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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FACILITY NOTES

LAMBEAU CONSULTANTS: In Milwaukee, Don Walker writes that the Green Bay/Brown County Professional Football Stadium District agreed yesterday to hire a consultant to "review the plans" for renovating L

Tags: Chicago Bears, Facilities, Green Bay Packers, NASCAR, NFL, San Diego Padres

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CAPACITY CROWD GATHERS FOR PRESEASON GAME IN THE BIG EASY

FORESHADOWING? The Hornets defeated the Lakers 103-90 last night before a capacity crowd of 16,994 at New Orleans Arena (L.A. TIMES, 10/12). In Charlotte, Leonard Laye writes that Hornets co-Owners Ge

Tags: Boston Celtics, Franchises, Los Angeles Lakers, Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, Milwaukee Bucks, NBA, New Orleans Pelicans, Toronto Raptors

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SLOC EXPERIENCES HUGE SURGE IN TIX SALES FOR 2002 GAMES

A "resounding response" Tuesday to the "launch of ticket sales put to rest any doubts about whether the Olympic bribery scandal soured public enthusiasm" for the 2002 Games, according to Mike Gorrell

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2003 PAN AM GAMES NOT EXPECTED TO BE MOVED TO SAN ANTONIO

USOC Dir of PR Mike Moran said that the 2003 Pan American Games would "absolutely not be moved to San Antonio due to financial difficulties in the Dominican Republic," according to Jennifer Bellis of

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TALKING HEADS SAY WILD, WILD NIGHTS ARE AHEAD FOR NEW TEAM

The inaugural home game for the Wild last night was played before a sellout crowd of 18,827 at Xcel Energy Center, which saw a 3-3 OT game against the Flyers, according to Greg Johnson of the ST. PAUL

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