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By Terry Lefton, Editor-at-Large, The Sports Business Daily While Falcons QB Mike Vick has not played a down since breaking his right leg in a preseason game against the Ravens, the mercurial QB tops
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During his 32-year career, ANDY DOLICH has held a variety of executive positions within professional sports including the NBA, NHL, Major League Baseball, pro soccer and even sailing. Dolich was forme
The CFL Toronto Argonauts "had a tentative deal last spring with mayor Mel Lastman to build a 22,000-seat stadium" at Exhibition Place, according to a source of Waldie & Harding of the Toronto GLOBE &
The season finale of ESPN's "Playmakers" Tuesday night earned a 2.2/ (1,969,000 HHs) Nielsen cable rating, the show's highest rating since a 2.4 for the August 26 series premiere. The 11-episode serie
Contract talks between the Marlins and 3B Mike Lowell "have centered on a one-year deal," with an additional three years "contingent on the club getting a new stadium," according to Mike Berardino of
Today: NHL Western Conference attendance through Monday, November 10, compared with last season through the same date (SportsBusiness Journal research). '03-04 NHL WESTERN CONFERENCE ATTENDANCE THROUG
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"The Seligs just scammed the living dickens out of the people of this state." Wisconsin State Sen. Mike Ellis, on the Brewers' plan to cut payroll by 25% next season despite playing in a public
FL-based railroad company CSX Corp., which announced Monday plans to cut 800-1,000 of its non-union workforce, "recently agreed to spend about $1[M] to buy tickets to the 2005 Super Bowl in Jacksonvil