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Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 05 / 05 / 16

The Coyotes today named John Chayka their new GM, as expected , making the 26-year-old the "youngest general manager in NHL history" ( AZCENTRAL.com, 5/5 ). Indianapolis-based Herff Jones is now selling a "commemorative ring for the 100th running" of the Indianapolis 500. This marks the firs...

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The WALL STREET JOURNAL''s Stefan Fatsis profiles the Angie Harmon NATIONAL WHEELCHAIR BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION and writes, "You won''t hear these guys complaining about their sneaker deals." Fatsis not

Tags: Basketball, Comcast-Spectacor, Motorsports, NBA, Philadelphia 76ers, People and Pop Culture

Vikings Sign Preseason Deal

The Vikings and KSTP-ABC finalized a five-year contract yesterday for the station to continue to serve "as the team''s home for preseason games" and also carry a one-hour Vikings-related show on Sunda

Tags: ABC, Football, Minnesota Vikings, Media, Walt Disney

Executive Transactions

Fila Holding announced that MICHELE SCANNAVINI has resigned as Managing Dir and CEO. Scannavini will be replaced by MARCO ISAIA, Fila''s Group COO since ''98 (Fila). Debbie Yow YOW''S EXTENSION: Univ.

Tags: Baseball, Cleveland Browns, Colleges, ECHL, Football, Hockey, IndyCar, Motorsports, New Jersey Devils, NFL, NHL, People and Pop Culture, St. Louis Cardinals

Inside Pitch: Jean Racine

THE DAILY continues "Inside Pitch," which profiles athletes and their endorsements. Today we feature U.S. women''s bobsledder Jean Racine, who has garnered numerous endorsements leading up to the ''02

Tags: ATT, General Motors, Olympics, Verizon, Visa, Washington Nationals, Xerox

Franchise Notes

The Nets enter the All-Star Break with the best record (32-15) in the Eastern Conference, but the fourth-worst home attendance in the NBA. Hawks President Stan Kasten said that it "takes more than 50

Tags: Atlanta Hawks, Basketball, Franchises, Hockey, Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, NBA, Brooklyn Nets, Toronto Maple Leafs, Washington Capitals, Washington Wizards

Facility Notes

FOOTBALL: In AZ, Shaun McKinnon reports that the Fiesta Bowl "settled its differences" with the NFL Cardinals and the AZ Tourism & Sports Authority "and will sign a new contract to play in a new $331[

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NASCAR.com's Relaunch

NASCAR.com relaunched yesterday with a new format, which is an effort to keep the new NASCAR.com site appealing to fans on a daily basis. NASCAR.com GM Drew Reifenberger told THE DAILY, "The home page

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Names In The News

NIKE IN THE NEWS: The AP''s David Kravets reported that the "battle over conditions" at NIKE''s overseas factories moved to the CA SUPREME COURT yesterday, with the justices considering a lawsuit accu

Tags: Baltimore Ravens, Boxing, Football, Motorsports, Nike, People and Pop Culture

Closing Bell, February 7, 2002

  The Daily Insider Afternoon News & Headlines Thursday, February 7, 2002 4:00pm ET Print The Closing Bell • Reebok Inks Jason Richardson In Time For NBA All-Star Events • Rogers AT&a

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Marketplace Round-Up

NAMES & FACES: Bulls F Ron Artest, before last night''s game against the Lakers, bought a pair of adidas KobeTwos and painted them with tributes to N.Y., including the World Trade Center and Empire St

Tags: Anheuser Busch, Basketball, Boxing, Chicago Bulls, Los Angeles Lakers, Russell Athletic, Washington Nationals

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