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Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 12 / 29 / 14

Under the header, "The Science Of The NFL's 'Black Monday,'" the WALL STREET JOURNAL's Kevin Clark writes the NFL's Career Development Advisory Panel is "trying to change the way owners hear about candidates." The league is "trying to save teams from their next hiring fiasco" ( WALL STREET JOURNAL...

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MARKETPLACE ROUND-UP

The National Ski Areas Association has named S.F.-based Leagas Delaney as lead agency for a $20M account designed to "increase skiing and snowboarding by 12%" by the 2001 winter season (AD AGE, 11/9).

Tags: CBS, New England Revolution, NFL, Viacom, Washington Nationals

11/09/98
RED SOX TICKET BUMP TO BRING IN $6M, IT IS MO THAN ENOUGH?

The Red Sox will increase their average ticket price by 15% for the ''99 season, citing the need to "keep pace with the competition for the best talent," according to Gregg Krupa of the BOSTON GLOBE.

Tags: Boston Red Sox, Franchises, News Corp./Fox

11/09/98
NAMES IN THE NEWS

Blazers F RASHEED WALLACE "plans to open a themed restaurant called Hoops" next spring near Temple University in North Philadelphia (PHILADELPHIA DAILY NEWS, 11/7). ...STEFFI GRAF passed MARTINA NAVRA

Tags: NFL, People and Pop Culture

11/09/98
NBA TALKS REMAIN AT STANDSTILL; NO NEGOTIATIONS PLANNED

No future bargaining sessions were planned during a 90 minute meeting between the NBA and NBPA on Friday, according to USA TODAY''s Roscoe Nance. Due to personal commitments of NBA Deputy Commissioner

Tags: ESPN, Leagues and Governing Bodies, Minnesota Timberwolves, NBA, Walt Disney

11/06/98
WNBA OK'S NBPA AS BARGAINING REP BY 55-24 VOTE

WNBA players voted to have the NBPA act "as their representative in collective bargaining" with the league, according to Athelia Knight of the WASHINGTON POST. NLRB Regional Dir Daniel Silverman said

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, WNBA

11/06/98
BASKETBALL HALL OF FAME SEEKS DIR/MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS

The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame seeks a Director of Marketing Communications. This person will be responsible for the development and placement of feature stories on the Hall of Fame and

Tags: Classified Advertisements

11/06/98
LEAGUE NOTES

ABL: The ABL opened its third season last night in Hartford as a crowd of 8,351 watched the Blizzard defeat the Rage. Billie Jean King was in attendance (BOSTON GLOBE, 11/6). In Hartford, Jeff Jacobs

Tags: Champ Car World Series, Leagues and Governing Bodies, NBA, Speedway Motorsports Inc., WNBA

11/06/98
NBA, PART II: STERN AND FALK CONTINUE TO TRADE BARBS

NBPA Exec Dir Billy Hunter and President Patrick Ewing "met for four hours" in N.Y. yesterday with agents David Falk, Arn Tellem, Keith Glass and Mark Bartelstein, according to Phil Jasner of the PHIL

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, NBA, San Antonio Spurs

11/06/98
HOK SPORTS MERGES WITH INTERNATIONAL DESIGN GROUP

K.C.-based HOK Sports Facilities Group is merging with LOBB Sports Architects, a London and Brisbane, Australia firm, "creating what is thought to be the first international sports architecture practi

Tags: Facilities, HOK Sports

11/06/98
FAST TIMES AT RAVENNA HIGH: SCHOOL TO SELL PSLS

Ravenna High School in OH is selling PSLs to raise $1M for the construction of an 8,000-seat football/soccer stadium, according to Colette Jenkins of the AKRON BEACON JOURNAL. OH High School Athletic

Tags: Facilities

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