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U.S. District Judge Richard Berman asked that Patriots QB Tom Brady and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell appear in court twice in mid-August. Berman has scheduled conferences Aug. 12 and 19 and told both the league and the NFLPA they should be attended by "your principles (including, without lim...
Hornets co-Owner Ray Wooldridge, who was "chastised" by Charlotte City Council members for not attending Tuesday''s city committee meeting on a new arena, "plans to show up for subsequent gatherings o
Attend The International Quality & Productivity Center''s case-study driven conference: "Sports Online." The conference will be held in Chicago, IL, July 31st and August 1st, 2000. Hear case studies,
Vail Resorts reported increased earnings this ski season due "in part" to an insurance policy that "protected the company''s four resorts against severe drops in skier visits," according to Erika Gonz
Although the WNBA Lynx "have drawn far fewer" fans this year than during their inaugural season last year, team officials aren''t "panicking," according to Pam Schmid of the Minneapolis STAR TRIBUNE.
An economic study released Wednesday by Houston-area Olympics boosters indicated that hosting the 2012 Summer Games "would reap a financial windfall of more than" $4.3B for the Houston area, according
Lakers C Shaquille O''Neal gave ESPN''s Shelley Smith a tour of his L.A. home and discussed some of his commercial endeavors with her. O''Neal, on filming commercials: "[I] was always involved in the
The Taxpayers League of MN filed an ethics complaint with the MN News Council yesterday against the Minneapolis Star Tribune, "accusing the newspaper of a conflict of interest in lobbying for a new Tw
Sports sites "are tossing cash at visitors the way investment banks once hurled money at dot-coms," according to David Sweet of the WALL STREET JOURNAL INTERACTIVE, who wrote that "hundreds of thousan
The Colts named TOM ZUPANCIC as VP/Business Development (USA TODAY, 6/8)....Team Lambeau named Green Bay native DAVID STEFFEN as Exec Dir, replacing TOM CIONDI. Steffen was with American Medical Secur
FROM THE PITS: In Charlotte, David Scott examined FamilyClick.com''s "one of [a] kind" primary sponsorship deal with Roush Racing and driver Kevin Lepage, in which "no money changed hands," as Roush i