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Morning Hot Reads: Twin StudiesPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 06 / 15
The MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL goes with the header, " Twin Cities Stadium Sets a Development Precedent For Bucks Arena ." The new Vikings stadium is "helping draw nearby office towers, upscale housing and other developments." That is a "big contrast from the former home of the Vikings." ...
Total Sports is "burning cash," according to Keith Kelly of the N.Y. POST, who reported that the company lost $11.2M in ''98 and lost $6.9M in the first half of ''99 on revenues of only $4.7M. One wri
Yesterday''s Winston Cup race at NH Int''l Speedway was title sponsored by thatlook.com, a Web site that assists individuals in "obtain[ing] elective cosmetic surgery," according to a report in the La
Interleague play over the weekend brought some record crowds in major MLB markets. Among the noteworthy: SUBWAY SERIES'': The four-game Mets-Yankees series, which included one make-up game at Yankee S
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In Boston, Fee & Raposa report that Bucks G RAY ALLEN will join actors ERIC STOLTZ, SARAH MICHELLE GELLAR and JOEY LAUREN ADAMS in the film "HARVARD MAN." Directed by JAMES TOBACK, the film tells the
TNT is "revamping" its schedule in the fall, with the "biggest change" involving the shift of NBA games from Friday nights to Wednesday and Thursday nights, according to Steven Stark of the HOLLYWOOD
af2 announced last week that it will expand to three new markets, as the league''s BOD approved applications for franchises in Southaven, MS (near Memphis), Cedar Rapids, IA, and Omaha, NE. The MS fra
In Buffalo, Sharon Linstedt reported that Flutie Flakes will "hit supermarket shelves in early August in a new red, white and blue box." Melissa Heher, VP of PLB Sports, the marketer of the product, s
The issue of athletes endorsing medical procedures, in particular LASIK eye surgery, was examined by CNN/SI''s Sonja Steptoe on "Page One." LASIK surgeon Dr. Alan Kozarski feels "to have [athletes] en
After raising ticket prices before their inaugural year in Staples Center, the Lakers announced another ticket increase on Friday, according to Jerry Crowe of the L.A. TIMES. Other than floor seats, t
The Rose Bowl, which will host its first national championship game in the Bowl Championship Series (BCS) in 2002, "has extended its agreement" with the BCS and will again host the title game in 2006,