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HBO's "Ballers" Season 3 Concludes, With Stage Set For More Focus On Agency Biz

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Sunday night was the Season 3 finale of HBO’s " BALLERS ," with several storylines coming to a close and new ones beginning ahead of Season 4. The season's primary plot line -- bringing the Raiders to Las Vegas -- came to a head at a fictional NFL owners meeting in S.F. One bid group, led by f...

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MONEY TALKS: Shares of MAMMA.COM jumped 24% to $9.78 on the NASDAQ yesterday after an SEC filing showed that Mavericks Owner MARK CUBAN now holds a 6.3% stake in the company. Cuban indicated that he b

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Weir Not Signing Pics w/ Tiger

Mike Weir indicated that IMG has told him not to sign pictures of Tiger Woods putting the green jacket on him after winning The Masters last year, according to Dave Perkins of the TORONTO STAR, who no

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CBS Eyeing Packer-Martelli

After the rift between CBS analyst Billy Packer and Saint Joe's coach Phil Martelli about the school's No. 1 seed in the NCAA men's basketball tournament, CBS Sports President Sean McManus said on a c

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Facility Notes

In Toronto, Bertrand Marotte reports Magna Entertainment Corp. is proposing to take over four racetracks in Quebec and "transform them into 'entertainment centres' fully integrated into the company's

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Media Notes

The Triple-A PCL Colorado Springs Sky Sox and Kroenke Sports Enterprises' Altitude Sports & Entertainment "have agreed in principal to a deal to broadcast up to 25 regular-season games per season." Sk

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Executive Transactions

WERNER CZERNOHORSKY has resigned as President & Deputy Chair of Magna Entertainment parent MI Developments, three months after being appointed to the position. The move "comes on the heels of BRIAN TO

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"We have to wear shorts that are up to here. Thanks Janet Jackson." — Coors Light twin Elaine Klimaszewski, pointing to her abdomen, on the brand's new NFL-themed ad ("ET," 3/15).

Jamie McCourt Talks Transition

Dodgers Vice Chair Jamie McCourt, speaking on behalf of her husband, Frank, yesterday said that they are "not concerned about the high-level defections that have occurred in their first month in charg

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Less Is More Best For Royals?

K.C.-based architectural firm Heinlein Schrock Stearns (HSS) believes that for "about the same price being kicked around" for renovating Kauffman Stadium, the city "can build a 25,000- to 28,000-seat

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