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The 10th annual SportsBusiness Journal/SportsBusiness Daily Reader Survey is currently underway, offering an opportunity for your voice and opinion to be heard. The survey features 100 questions across leagues, teams, facilities, sponsorship, media, and more. * What is your biggest gripe with a...
Anglo-French computer-services and defense-technology company Sema Group PLC is announcing today an eight-year agreement worth "roughly" $220M to succeed IBM as the new ranking global technology spons
The Minnesota WNBA expansion team will be called the Lynx, as the name and logo were unveiled Saturday at a ceremony presented by Lady Foot Locker (Lynx). In Minneapolis, Pam Schmid described the logo
Philadelphia Mayor Ed Rendell said Friday the source of the Veterans Stadium play clock malfunction during Thursday''s Eagles-Rams game was an electrical short, according to Peter Nicholas of the PHIL
Falcons season-ticket holder Alan Weiss, who has been hanging a "Dirty Birds" banner in the GA Dome since ''95, has "beaten" Falcons G Gene Williams and long snapper Adam Schreiber "in filing for trad
Keith Olbermann hosted his final edition of "The Big Show" Friday night, and said, "I''d love to be able to close with some words of wisdom. I believe, however, that we all ran out of those no more re
Financial analysts say that Nike "faces more tough times as leading retailers of athletic goods report lower sales and are expected to cut back on orders," according to Wes Conard of BLOOMBERG NEWS. T
The NFL Panthers have seen an average of 7,080 no-shows for the first five games at Ericsson Stadium this season -- a 317% increase over the first five games in ''96 (2,235) and 20% more than last sea
ABC President Robert Iger is profiled by Richard Siklos in BUSINESS WEEK, who writes that Iger "has been hammering away at costs, including imposing a hiring and salary freeze." Siklos: "One area wher
Cablevision Chair Charles Dolan "remains an enigma to the sports market he dominates," according to Richard Sandomir of the N.Y. TIMES, who profiled Dolan and his sports interests in Sunday''s TIMES.
EISNER SAYS NO FOREIGN TEAMS: In an exclusive interview with CALGARY SUN Editor-in-Chief Chris Nelson, Disney Chair Michael Eisner said that the company "won''t be swallowing up many more sports teams