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MWR's Kauffman Close To Purchasing Sabates' Stake In GanassiPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 29 / 15
Michael Waltrip Racing principal Owner Rob Kauffman is close to purchasing Felix Sabates ’ stake in Chip Ganassi Racing, according to multiple industry sources, which would cause Kauffman to drop his affiliation with MWR if the sale is completed. Kauffman, who has been with MWR for eight ye...
A "headless point guard has been seen all over" billboards and newspaper ads throughout Northeast OH, according to Chris Tomasson of the AKRON BEACON JOURNAL, who wrote that while the "''decapitated''
MILLER PARK: In Milwaukee, Crocker Stephenson wrote that thousands of people "came out" to Miller Park on Saturday where they "were given felt-tip markers and invited to sign their names to a huge pie
The ATP Tour has changed its logo and will shorten its name to ATP, effective January 1, 2001. The updated mark was developed by the ATP in conjunction with Interbrand (ATP Tour). The SPORTSBUSINESS J
Hornets co-Owner George Shinn told Charlotte developer Johnny Harris during a meeting late last week that he has "no interest" in selling his majority share of the team, according to Bonnell & Markoe
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A "police crackdown on counterfeit World Series wear hit a grand slam" Saturday with a "raid on a high-tech Brooklyn factory jammed with about" $1M worth of "illicit merchandise," according to NYPD of
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Saying it had "nothing to do" with the November 7 referendum for a new $175M arena, the Rockets expanded their annual public practice into a first-ever, downtown basketball festival on Saturday, accor