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SI To Pay Tribute To Michael Phelps At Sportsperson Of The Year Event

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 12 / 07 / 16

SI today said it will include a special tribute to swimmer Michael Phelps during this Monday’s Sportsperson of the Year event at Barclays Center. The tribute will celebrate Phelps’ status as the most decorated Olympic athlete of all time with 23 Gold Medals, three Silver Medals and two...

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Twins Raise '03 Ticket Prices

Twins Raise Prices In Metrodome The Twins on Friday announced "an across-the-board ticket price increase" for next year in which the cheapest tickets will rise $1 and the more expensive ones will incr

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NFL's Business Model Examined

Last night''s edition of "The Newshour With Jim Lehrer" featured a case study on the Patriots to demonstrate how the "economically dazzling sport of football is again grabbing the spotlight." PBS'' Pa

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IMS See Decline For Grand Prix?

Indianapolis Motor Speedway (IMS) President Tony George "conceded Monday the crowd for the third annual Formula One [U.S. Grand Prix Sunday] likely will be significantly lower than the estimated 200,0

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Monday, September 23, 2002 In a special contribution to the SEATTLE TIMES, Sonics Owner Howard Schultz writes, "If there''s one thing I''ve learned in the world of business over the years, it''s the i

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St. Louis Unveils Ballpark Plan

St. Louis officials, "under intense pressure from competing stadium proposals in [IL], ... sketched out a plan Friday for financing a privately owned downtown ballpark" and are "banking on an out-of-t

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Sabres' Carriage Deals Approved

Under the Sabres'' new five-year broadcasting deal with Adelphia-owned Empire Sports Network, the net "will carry a minimum of 74 regular season" games and one preseason game, according to Alan Pergam

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Titans Shop Naming Rights

Titans General Counsel Steve Underwood told the Nashville Sports Authority on Friday that placing large neon "Nashville Coliseum" signs on the stadium formerly called Adelphia Coliseum "would cost tax

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Fox Crew Criticizes Lions

Fox'' NFL Pregame Show Visits Detroit The "Fox NFL Sunday" studio show, which attended yesterday''s Packers-Lions game — the inaugural regular-season game at Ford Field — "as a favor to Lion

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Marketplace Round-Up

In N.Y., Nat Ives reports a McDonald''s bobblehead promo "threatens to refresh" the rivalry between Yankees P Roger Clemens and Mets C Mike Piazza. The promotion "makes it appear that no bad blood exi

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Closing Bell, September 23, 2002

The Daily Insider Afternoon News & Headlines Monday, September 23, 2002 4:00pm ET Print The Closing Bell Past Issues Sept 20, 2002 Sept 19, 2002 Sept 18, 2002 Sept 17, 2002 Sept 16, 2002 • Ryder

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