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SportsBusiness Daily is seeking an entry-level Staff Writer at our Charlotte, N.C., headquarters. Qualified candidates will have excellent knowledge of sports and business issues, with equally strong writing and verbal skills. Must also have a solid work ethic and thrive in a team environment. Stron...
Ballots from the 74 delegates of the Canadian Olympic Association who voted Saturday on whether Calgary, Vancouver or Quebec City will bid for the 2010 Winter Games will be counted on December 1, so t
In Pittsburgh, a federal judge Friday "cleared the way" for the Penguins to apply for a loan "after being assured related costs would not be excessive." The decision allows the team to spend "roughly"
Representatives of the Mountain West Conference have "tentatively agreed" on a TV deal with ESPN worth "about" $48M over seven years, according to Michael Lewis of the SALT LAKE TRIBUNE. The deal, whi
Dan Dierdorf''s "run as an analyst on ABC''s Monday Night Football is coming to an end," according to a "highly placed source in the cable sports industry" cited by Jim Gintonio of the ARIZONA REPUBLI
The following lists preliminary overnight ratings from the weekend''s select network sporting events (THE DAILY). EVENT DATE NET TIME RAT/SHR NCAA Football: Michigan-OSU 11/21 ABC noon-3:30pm 6.6/18 N
Blue Jays Owner Interbrew, and its subsidiary, Labatt Brewing, has "decided to hang on" to the team, but the group has told its SkyDome partners that it wants to "own all of the stadium or none of it,
The NBA and the players union will "return to the bargaining table Friday in New York for the first time in three weeks," according to USA TODAY''s Roscoe Nance, who writes that the session, "in all l
Stamford, CT, office of Advantage Int''l, a leading global sports and event marketing agency, seeks candidates for three month paid internships on a variety of events and projects. Degree or courses i
U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge Bernard Markovitz "hedged at approving" the Penguins'' $20M loan from Societe Generale because he was "unhappy with loan provisions that left the team owing open-ended fees
While Patriots Owner Robert Kraft''s pact with CT does provide a $2M out if Kraft reaches another stadium deal, neither MA nor RI execs "voiced interest yesterday in making offers," according to Tina