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Roush Fenway Racing Announces Carl Edwards Will Leave Team In '15Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 27 / 14
Roush Fenway Racing this morning issued a statement announcing driver Carl Edwards will not return to the team in ’15. Edwards has driven the No. 99 Ford for RFR since ’05. Team Owner Jack Roush said that he has “known for more than a month that Edwards would be leaving the tea...
Pittsburgh city officials and Allegheny County execs said it is "too late to revise" Plan B and build a new arena for the Penguins, according to Tom Barnes of the PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE. Mayor Tom Mu
CBS will work in tandem with Host Communications "to incorporate media opportunities (and commitments) into the NCAA corporate sponsorships Host brokers," according to BRANDWEEK''s Terry Lefton. CBS S
Showtime has exclusive rights to the Evander Holyfield- Vaughn Bean fight, scheduled for September 19 at the Georgia Dome, at a price "estimated" at $5M, according to John Dempsey of DAILY VARIETY. Th
The "Babies First" proposal in Denver, which suggests that use of the sales tax targeted for a new Broncos stadium be used for educating infants, "failed" on a 6-6 vote Monday. But City Councilmember
The NFL "objects" to a plan by local K.C. organizers to rent a Jumbotron and show the Raiders-Chiefs game for the "World''s Largest Raider Hater Party" at the city''s Spirit Festival on September 6, a
BRANDWEEK''s Rod Taylor previews next year''s inaugural Women''s World Cup under the header "The Girls Of Next Summer," and writes that "history ... dictates" that the event "will be astonishingly pop
The ABL promoted league VP/Team Operations Jim Weyermann to COO, where he will oversee the league''s day-to- day business operations. In making the announcement, ABL CEO Gary Cavalli said that Steve H
Sears "is out" after two years as serving as the sponsor and distribution point of the NHL''s All-Star balloting program, according to Terry Lefton of BRANDWEEK. The league "is trying to convince fast
An unscheduled meeting of the IOC Executive Board will convene August 20 in Lausanne, Switzerland, the "single subject: fighting doping in sports," according to Mike Gorrell of the SALT LAKE TRIBUNE.
There are "nine franchises which are primarily driving the NBA lockout," according to two sources with ties to the NBPA cited by Frank Hughes on ESPN SportsZone. The sources said the lockout "is mostl
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