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Throwback Thursday: Brave New Wide WorldPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 03 / 30 / 17
We turn back the clock to 20 years ago this week, when Disney opened its Wide World of Sports complex in Orlando with a Reds-Braves Spring Training game. The "state-of-the-art playground" cost $100M to build and at launch included a 9,50...
Shares of News Corp. and Fox Entertainment Group "were hammered Thursday as analysts and investors voiced concerns about the financial impact of the planned acquisition of Hughes Electronics," accordi
AXA has renewed its sponsorship of the Liberty Bowl. AXA is the only title sponsor the event has had in its 44-year history. This year''s game will be played December 31 in Memphis (COMMERCIAL APPEAL,
NBA Commissioner David Stern on a conference call yesterday said that the league and cable operators "have narrowed their differences over carriage issues and that [NBA TV] will likely end up on sport
The Daily Insider Afternoon News & Headlines Friday, April 11, 2003 4:00pm ET Print The Closing Bell Past Issues Apr 10, 2003 Apr 9, 2003 Apr 8, 2003 Apr 7, 2003 Apr 4, 2003 • USOC BOD To Meet I
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Louisville Slugger Batting Away The Competition As there were 48 bat suppliers approved by MLB last season, KY-based Hillerich & Bradsby (H&B), makers of Louisville Slugger, "has resorted to various m
The Red Sox announced a three-year agreement with Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) to become the team''s official hospital and healthcare provider. Under the deal, Red Sox front office per
CABLE: AOL Time Warner "vehemently denied" a N.Y. Post report that it was in "talks to merge its cable systems with those of Cablevision Systems ahead of a planned IPO of its Time Warner Cable busines
Lamar Hunt said Wednesday that "his group''s long-awaited absorption of the Burn is now complete and that Hunt Sports Group (HSG) is now the owner-operator" of the MLS team, according to Steve Davis o
The Daily Insider Morning News & Headlines Friday, April 11, 2003 9:00am ET Print The Morning Buzz Past Issues Apr 10, 2003 Apr 9, 2003 Apr 8, 2003 Apr 7, 2003 Apr 4, 2003 Apr 3, 2003 • Murdoch To Mak
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I wouldn''t relieve myself on their brains even if they were on fire. CART President & CEO Chris Pook, on CART teams that defected to the IRL this year (L.B. PRESS TELEGRAM, 4/11).