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USA Swimming Exec Dir Chuck Wielgus Dies From CancerPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 04 / 23 / 17
USA Swimming Exec Dir Chuck Wielgus today "died of complications from colon cancer" at 67. He had also served as USA Swimming Foundation CEO since '04, and earlier this year, he " announced his retirement ," effective August. USA Swimming Assistant Exec Dir Mike Unger is now the i...
NBC Sports & Olympics Chair Dick Ebersol yesterday made his first visit to Vancouver and Whistler since the IOC awarded the 2010 Winter Games to the area and "praised Vancouver for putting together" i
"We have no second thoughts about the name, whatsoever. Sports is loaded with battlefield terminology." Converse marketing exec David Maddocks on "Loaded Weapon," the controversial moniker for
In a letter to the Justice Department and FCC concerning News Corp.'s planned acquisition of Hughes Electronics, U.S. Sens. Mike DeWine (R-OH) and Herb Kohl (D-WI) asked federal regulators to require
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CA-based Vans yesterday said that its Q1 earnings rose to $13.8M from $5.6M a year ago an increase of 145.1%, according Andrew Blazier of the SAN GABRIEL VALLEY TRIBUNE. Net sales for the quart
MLB execs, including Senior VP/Baseball Operations Jimmie Lee Solomon and VP/Strategic Planning, Recruitment and Diversity Wendy Lewis, appeared at the 33rd Annual Congressional Black Caucus Foundatio
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MLB IN RUSSIA: The World Series will be televised in Russia for the first time ever this year. The games will be televised by SPORT, an over-the-air net that began broadcasts in June (Mult., 9/26). ML
With NFL Network set to launch November 4, talks have "stalled over the league's insistence that [cable] operators offer the network on digital basic tiers," according to Andrew Grossman of the HOLLYW
CANWEST NEWS SERVICE reported that Canucks execs "deny there is any truth to the rumor (see THE DAILY, 9/25) that Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich has plans to buy" the Canucks and GM Place. Russi