Bauer Hockey Extends Lundqvist Deal Silver Praises Golden 1 Center Pac-12's Scott Defends Football Schedule SI, Fox Put World Series Show On Facebook Churchill Downs Posts Strong Q3 ESPN Eyes Supber Bowl LI Studio Site New Lawsuit Targets USA Gymnastics Acushnet Set For IPO On NYSE Mayor Pitching Oldsmar For Rays Ballpark
THE DAILY continues "Spons-o-Meter", a comprehensive list of corporate sponsors of various leagues, governing bodies and events. Today: The Championships at Wimbledon, held by the All England Lawn Ten
Street & Smith''s SportsBusiness Journal Presents the Executive Forum: THE ECONOMICS OF VENUE SECURITY Risk Assessment, Management & Cost Control for Venue Safety & Security, August 13-14, 2002
Today: MLS announced home attendance through June 22, compared to the same number of games for each team last season (THE DAILY). ''02
TITANS: In Nashville, Brad Schrade reports Metro Law Dir Karl Dean yesterday "asked the [Titans] to agree to legal mediation to solve a 17-month dispute that has led to a lawsuit in which the team say
TV MONITOR: Last night''s 11:00pm ET 60-minute edition of ESPN''s "SportsCenter" led with the NBA Draft, followed by Rockies-Dodgers and Braves-Mets (THE DAILY). ON THE AIR: John Elway, Landon Donovan
After selecting Chinese 7-foot-5 C Yao Ming with the first overall pick in last night''s NBA Draft, the Rockets hope to make Ming "a force to attract Asian-American fans and endorsements from companie
Representatives for MLB and the MLBPA met for about three hours in N.Y. yesterday and "spent virtually their entire meeting" discussing "revenue sharing in relation to the use of additional money from
On its sports pages today, the Denver Post announced that it would now refer to the Broncos'' stadium as Invesco Field at Mile High, according to the AP. Last summer, the newspaper "sparked a debate b
NYRA: On Long Island, Robert Kessler writes that responding to "revelations on Tuesday that 16 employees had pleaded guilty to tax fraud," New York Racing Association (NYRA) officials said that they "
In the July issue of D magazine, an illustration of Stars/Rangers Owner Tom Hicks appears next to a headline, "Is Tom Hicks Going Broke?" In Dallas, Richard Alm writes Hicks is depicted in a "pauper''