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$45M – The amount Rivers Casino has contributed, to date, to the Sports & Exhibition Authority of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County for Consol Energy Center construction expenses, following the latest payment of $4.6M. By the time its agreement with SEA concludes in '38,...
New CBA Owner Isiah Thomas appeared on "The NBA Today" and discussed possible NBPA resistance to the CBA becoming an NBA farm system. Thomas: "I think the affiliate system ... is the answer and that''
Falcons officials "are still trying to decide whether to go forward with plans to build" a two-story, 70,000- square-foot team facility in Stone Mountain Park, GA, according to Matt Winkeljohn of the
KY-based Lexmark has signed on as a World Series corporate sponsor and will use the sponsorship to "help launch a line of digital printers," according to Terry Lefton of BRANDWEEK. Lexmark receives th
The Walt Disney Co. "was silent Monday on reports that it might sell" the Angels, but "that didn''t stop business analysts and sports experts from speculating on whether dumping" the MLB team and even
TV MONITOR: Last night''s 11:00pm ET editions of ESPN''s "SportsCenter," CNN/SI''s "Sports Tonight," and FSN''s "Fox Sports News Primetime" (Fox Sports Net South) all led with Astros-Braves, followed
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MLB Commissioner Bud Selig''s office "was expected" to make a decision yesterday regarding the league''s "approval of the business plan that will allow the Expos to survive in Montreal," according to
IMG is "selling off" the Millrose Games to Advantage Int''l "in a deal in the low to mid six figures" which is "expected to be finalized by the end of August," according to Terry Lefton of BRANDWEEK.
EMap Petersen and NFLP introduced the new NFL Insider Magazine, which will debut this month with a guaranteed circulation of one million. The 180-page preview issue features Broncos RB Terrell Davis o
BRANDWEEK''s Terry Lefton reports that STEVE RYAN is leaving as President & CEO of Strike Ten Entertainment, the bowling industry''s marketing unit. Meanwhile, Strike Ten has been "folded into" Bowlin
NASCAR WINSTON CUP SCENE features a special report on corporate presence and influence in auto racing, titled "The Selling of NASCAR." The extensive report profiles various segments of the industry, i