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Morning Hot Reads: Poorly PlannedPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 03 / 02 / 15
MIAMI HERALD headline: " Bad Idea All Around To Hold 2022 World Cup In Qatar ." There "isn’t much good about the decision to keep the Cup in Qatar. Summer? Winter? Makes no difference. It’s a bad place to hold the Cup." The TAMPA BAY TIMES notes Rays President Brian Auld &...
The CFL and the CFLPA, whose CBA expired earlier this year, will meet in Edmonton on July 13 "to continue [their] bargaining process in attempts to pound out a new collective agreement," according to
Broncos LB Bill Romanowski and WRs Ed McCaffrey and Rod Smith "are pushing" a new line of young men''s clothing called FTS, which stands for "Flip the Switch," and Romanowski said that he''ll wear the
Red Sox officials released a poll yesterday amidst a push by preservationists to renovate Fenway Park that shows "strong support for a new ballpark," according to Meg Vaillancourt of the BOSTON GLOBE.
NBPA Exec Dir Billy Hunter, speaking at the union''s annual meeting which began yesterday in the Bahamas, said that the union doesn''t "want anyone shut out by an age limitation" set by the NBA or the
A Phillies'' new ballpark at Broad and Spring Garden streets was examined by Lowe & Stanley of the PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER, who asked if it will "bring an economic boom pushing up property values? Or wi
A three-person arbitration panel in Baltimore has "ordered" Fila USA to pay Kings F Chris Webber $2M "after dropping him from a multi-million dollar" endorsement deal last August. Fila terminated Webb
After a seat survey of the Rose Bowl yesterday, WWC organizers "discovered" between 3,000-5,000 more seats and put several thousand additional tickets on sale for Saturday''s U.S-China final, "raising
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MA-based Acushnet Company, maker of Titleist and Cobra golf equipment, filed a 20-page lawsuit in Boston federal court last week, claiming that Nike''s "decision to feature" Tiger Woods in a series of
Michael Jordan is "helping designer" Alexander Julian and Nike "update" the Univ. of NC (UNC) men''s basketball uniforms, and the Jordan Brand "Jump Man" logo will replace the Nike "swoosh" on the uni