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SportsBusiness Daily is seeking an entry-level Staff Writer at our Charlotte, N.C., headquarters. Qualified candidates will have excellent knowledge of sports and business issues, with equally strong writing and verbal skills. Must also have a solid work ethic and thrive in a team environment. Stron...
On "SportsCenter," ESPN''s Peter Gammons reported that once Bud Selig is named permanent MLB Commissioner, "he will begin a sweeping reorganization of the New York office. The league and commissioner'
Daytona Int''l Speedway (DIS) officials announced today that NASCAR''s Pepsi 400 race, scheduled for Saturday night, has been postponed until Saturday, October 17, due to brush fires in central FL. DI
On this week''s episode of HBO''s "Arli$$," on Sunday night at 9:30pm, Arliss battles a "young turk" for the clients of a recently deceased agent. When Leo Maroni passes away, Jeremy Brenner gives Arl
The ATP Tour announced a series of format changes yesterday and a new four-year agreement with ISL and Octagon to develop, package and sell the Tour''s TV, sponsorship and World Championship right, as
NHLPA Exec Dir Bob Goodenow said that "some" of his players "told him that they don''t want to play" in the 2002 Olympics "after the disastrous experience" in Nagano. Goodenow: "There was a wide react
Fila USA has picked Leo Burnett Co. for its $20M ad account, according to George Lazarus of the CHICAGO TRIBUNE. Burnett is a former agency of Reebok Int''l. Joe McCarthy, who was Nike''s Global Ad Di
Nike "may be going hard at soccer" by spending more than $40M around the World Cup -- more than "it has spent on any single event" -- but it is also "going soft ... trying to play it straight in the s
MARK MCCORMACK''s efforts with IMG MUSIC are profiled in ATTACHE magazine and Michael Cannell writes, "Nobody has done more than McCormack to turn sports into big business. Now he is trying to do the
The first full day of the lockout "was predictably uneventful," according to David Moore of the DALLAS MORNING NEWS. The NBPA has filed a grievance with arbiter, and Fordham Law School Dean, John Feer
Nets President Michael Rowe said that David Gerstein became the first of the Nets'' seven current co-owners to announce he would stay with the team in the group led by NJ business execs Stan Gale and