Daytona 500 Sells Out For Second Straight Year Heinz Field Hosts Stadium Series Game Drivers: Format Didn't Cause Wrecks In Xfinity Race Orlando City SC Draws 10,473 For Stadium Open House Swofford Hopeful Of ACC's Future In N.C. Sources: Warriors Contact Turner About Shaq Feud Could Ballmer Move Clippers To Inglewood? Cuban Calls Out Bleacher Report For Tweet Sources: Turner Gets UEFA Rights Foot Locker's Q4 Beats Expectations
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Central Michigan AD Dave Heeke "has accepted" the VP/Athletics job at the Univ. of Arizona. Heeke, who has held the AD job at CMU since January '06, "will replace" Greg Byrne in Tucson after Byrne left for the AD position at Alabama ( DETROIT FREE PRESS, 2/26 ). Hooters will air ...
Low advertising costs and foreign exchange benefits "propelled Callaway Golf Co. to a plum first quarter," but execs "were cautious on the outlook for the rest of the year," according to Conor Dougher
Road America Reaches Agreement With CART After announcing in March that the August 3 Champ Car World Series event at Road America would not be run due to a dispute over sanction fees, CART and Road Am
Jack-of-all-trades does not begin to describe Brewers President & CEO ULICE PAYNE. Before assuming those titles last September, Payne was the Managing Partner at Milwaukee-based law firm Foley & Lardn
Lions New Uniforms A Marketer’s Delight? The Lions unveiled new home and road uniforms at a press conference yesterday at Ford Field. The uniforms, which were modeled by FB Cory Schlesinger and DE Kal
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In N.Y., Lena Williams writes that NYC Marathon officials "are looking for another major sponsor to take the place" of JP Morgan Chase. A source said that JP Morgan Chase "may withdraw as a principal
Corporate Citizens Boston gossip column reports Citizens Bank poised to sign $100M naming rights deal at Phillies'' new ballpark. Punt, Pass & Kick NFL shutters publication unit. Meanwhile, league spo
The U.S. Supreme Court yesterday heard oral arguments in the "much-anticipated" First Amendment case of Nike v. Kasky, according to Charles Lane of the WASHINGTON POST, who notes the case "could redef
He''s a kid. If you make a lot of money, it automatically makes you smart. FleetCenter Chair Harry Sinden, on 41-year-old Celtics co-Owner Wyc Grousbeck, who is unhappy with his tea
Visa Int''l named JOHN ELKINS as Head of Global Brand & Marketing. Elkins said that his "first priority is to oversee sponsorships and partnerships," including Visa''s ties to the Olympics and Disney.