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SI Details Allegations Against NFL Panthers Owner Jerry Richardson

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 12 / 17 / 17

The investigation into workplace misconduct by NFL Panthers Owner Jerry Richardson stems from “multiple occasions when Richardson’s conduct has triggered complaints -- for sexual harassment against female employees and for directing a racial slur at an African American employee.”...

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Chinese Court Rules Against Nike

Nike was ordered by a Beijing court last week to pay Chinese cartoonist Zhu Zhiqiang US$36,000 for using a stickman logo in a TV ad the company aired last year, according to the CHINA DAILY. Nike’s Zh

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MLB Reaches Deal With Umps

MLB labor negotiators have “quietly concluded a new five-year agreement with the World Umpires Association,” according to Murray Chass of the N.Y. TIMES. The agreement, which will run through the ’09

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Up To Speed Office Depot drops USOC sponsorship in favor of new NASCAR deal. (#1) Slowly But Surely? (#21) Tagliabue calls ’08 target date to move team to L.A. “a bit aggressive,” hints timetable may

Perez Joins Nike BOD

Nike President of New Business Ventures THOMAS CLARKE is resigning from the company’s BOD to “make room” for new Nike President & CEO WILLIAM PEREZ, according to Ted Sickinger of the Portland OPEGONIA

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Three MLB Teams To Pay Tax

The Yankees, Red Sox and Angels must pay MLB’s luxury tax after their ’04 payrolls exceeded the threshold of $120.5M, according to Ron Blum of the AP. The Yankees will pay $25,026,352, the Red Sox $3,

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Rob Ray Suing NHLPA

Free agent RW Rob Ray is suing the NHLPA in New York State Supreme Court, claiming that the union “wrongfully dropped him from its membership, a decision that denies him monthly lockout compensation a

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Arbitrator's O'Neal Ruling Upheld

Judge George Daniels last week ruled against the NBA in deciding arbitrator Roger Kaplan had the right to reduce Pacers F Jermaine O'Neal's 25-game suspension for his role in the November 19 brawl in

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Fox Charging $2.4M For SB Ads

Fox is charging a record average $2.4M for a 30-second spot during Super Bowl XXXIX — a 4.3% increase from the average price CBS got for last year’s game -– and “has already sold about 90%” of th

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Executive Transactions

N.Y.-based DornaUSA, part of the Van Wagner Sports Group, named TWI VP/Sales BILL VAUGHN VP/Sales (DornaUSA)....incredible ICE, the NHL Panthers’ official practice facility, promoted GM JEFF CAMPOL to

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Morning Buzz, January 3, 2005

The Daily Insider Morning News & Headlines Monday, January 3, 2005 9:00am ET Print The Morning Buzz ...

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