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NHL's Bill Daly: No Progress In Talks On '18 Games ParticipationPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 09 / 27 / 16
NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly today indicated that "there's been no progress in talks" on NHL participation in the '18 PyeongChang Games, and that he is "more down on possibility 'than I was two weeks ago,'" according to Sportsnet's Chris Johnston. Daly added that it is "possible NHL skip...
Falcons Hope To Turn GA Dome Into True NFL Venue As the Falcons kick off their preseason schedule tonight against the Jaguars, the GA Dome "is expected to seem less like an antiseptic barn
Spurs F TIM DUNCAN''s planned Caribbean restaurant, called ISLAND SPORTS CAFE, will lease 7,000 square feet in an office building in Winston-Salem, NC. The restaurant, estimated to cost $1.3M, will in
KS State Univ. (KSU) is suing GA-based Morris Communications, which owns Topeka-based WIBW-AM, as KSU claims that WIBW is "continuing to use the school''s official trademarks most notably the P
NAMES & FACES: Vikings QB Daunte Culpepper''s reps "have had several discussions with Nike about a settlement but haven''t reached an agreement, which means the lawsuit brought by the company will pro
Your attendance is about as good as the Chargers are getting. San Diego Libertarian Party Chair Edward Teyssier, at the sparsely-attended Citizens'' Task Force on Chargers Issues in
Friday, August 9, 2002 LAW.com’s William Smith profiles agent and attorney R. David Ware, who “represented nine players drafted by NFL franchises” in this year’s draft, including six of the top 100 pi
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CBS picked up a drama script from writer Judith McCreary around Lakers C Shaquille O''Neal "and a fictional teammate who suffers a career-ending injury and winds up securing a job at Shaq''s old high
Thursday, August 8, 2002 A N.Y. TIMES editorial comments on the state of naming rights at sports facilities and speaks of an "erosion of tradition and continuity in professional sports" (N.Y. TIMES).
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The Daily Insider Afternoon News & Headlines Thursday, August 8, 2002 4:00pm ET Print The Closing Bell Past Issues Aug 7, 2002 Aug 6, 2002 Aug 5, 2002 Aug 2, 2002 Aug 1, 2002 • Source Claims MLB
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AMF Bowling Worldwide, which emerged from bankruptcy protection in March, "is looking to put bowling back on the family weekend circuit as it begins its first national [TV] commercials in four years,"