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President Clinton attended the Phillies-Orioles game at Camden Yards yesterday to kick off a PSA campaign "on the importance of parents becoming involved in their children''s education," according to
Stars and Mavericks execs "are less than satisfied" with the city of Dallas'' first financing proposal for a downtown arena, according to Witherspoon & Markiewicz of the FT. WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM. Dalla
"A week after Wayne Huizenga put the Marlins up for sale, there''s nothing to suggest a deal is close," according to Barry Jackson of the MIAMI HERALD. Tripp, Scott, the firm fielding offers for Huize
The following is an NSGA breakdown of the $3.03B in sales of the sport clothing logo market in ''96. Sales were up 13% from the previous year. Major Licenses = clothes carrying the logos of the NBA, N
NC-based sports marketing firm Dickinson-Doyle is negotiating with "several" TV networks and sponsors for a $1M awards show "focusing on upbeat sports stories," according to Erik Spanberg of the CHARL
Yankees Owner George Steinbrenner "apparently has decided it would be easier to get fans safely out of the Bronx than move his Yankees into a billion-dollar baseball mecca on Manhattan''s West Side,"
NOLAN RYAN said he will not run for the post of TX Agriculture Commissioner next year "because of concerns stemming from his lucrative endorsement contracts" and his sports broadcasting commitments to
The MLS Mutiny''s difficulties in gaining support among the area''s youth market is examined by Brian Landman of the ST. PETERSBURG TIMES. While nearly 29,000 boys and girls in the area are registered
In Part III of FORTUNE''s "Sports Inc.," Edward Robinson writes that the "new economic realities of stadiums, or more precisely, all the revenue streams generated by stadiums and arenas, have become a
The current FORTUNE features "Sports Inc.," a three- part examination of the business of sports. In Part I, Roy Johnson profiles corporate ownership of pro teams; Part II looks at the increasing inter