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Prosecutors and attorneys for Bernie Ecclestone are "in talks about a possible deal to end" the F1 CEO's bribery trial in Germany. His defense team today called for "proceedings to be closed, citing a lack of evidence that Ecclestone was criminally responsible and asserting that the proc...
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Indians Owner Richard Jacobs confirmed yesterday that he has "filed an application with the NFL" for the expansion Browns, and "intends to take the next step in the process," according to Tony Grossi
Last week, Mark Brooks took "what is believed to be an unprecedented step," when he "parted with Callaway," in the middle of a "lucrative" contract signed in ''96, and went back to using Hogan clubs.
FIFA President Sepp Blatter said that the 2002 World Cup in Japan and South Korea "is likely to be up to a week shorter than the current tournament," according to a report in USA TODAY. Blatter said t
MLB Interim Commissioner Bud Selig "all but acknowledged yesterday that he will accept the role of permanent commissioner" at tomorrow''s owners'' meeting in Chicago, according to Peter Schmuck of the
The media continues to examine the state of baseball. In Miami, Dan LeBatard writes that the All-Star Game "proved" that "the sport has been reborn, friends -- or, more accurately, it clearly can''t b
On ESPN SportsZone, David Nielsen of Scripps Howard Service wrote that the "truth is WNBA games are fun. That''s it. Pure and simple. Nothing more, nothing less." Nielsen: "Yes, WNBA players miss more
The state of sports sponsorships is examined by Terry Lefton of BRANDWEEK, who writes that the "good news is that sports marketing is now as rote a part of the marketing mix as couponing or direct mai
Trying to "upgrade their public appeal by obliterating their decade-old image as a mediocre, stagnant organization," the Seahawks last night unveiled the TV component of their "glitzy" new marketing c
Writing under the sub-head, "The NBA''s Labor Squabbles Could Well Squander Fans'' Interest In The Game," SI''s Richard Hoffer asks, "Do either players or owners think public opinion is massing over a