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Bucks All-Star To Miss EuroBasket; Greek Federation Alleges Conspiracy

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 20 / 17

Bucks F Giannis Antetokounmpo yesterday posted a message on social media in which he "expressed his regret that he would not be able to play for the Greek national team in the upcoming EuroBasket 2017, which begins on Aug. 31, due to a knee injury." However, the post "elicited an accusation from t...

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Executive Transactions

SET FOR TAKEOFF: The Jets, who "had hit something of a dead end in the development of their proposed stadium on Manhattan's West side," have hired Lower Manhattan Development Corp. COO MATT HIGGINS to

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League Notes

In Cleveland, Roger Brown reports, "Speculation is rising the big reason [Browns President & CEO Carmen Policy] sold his Browns stake ... is because he's quietly clearing the deck to pursue the NFL co

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MLB Selling Up To $1.5B In Debt

MLB has hired FleetBoston and Bank of America to "manage the sale of as much as $1.5[B] of notes, the organization's first publicly rated debt sale, to refinance debt," according to Jennifer Itzenson

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Canucks PPV Games A Big Hit

Airing Canucks PPV games on movie screens "seems to have found a market" in British Columbia, according to Terry Bell of the Vancouver PROVINCE, who wrote Landmark Cinemas' digital projector "provides

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Closing Bell, November 19, 2003

The Daily Insider Afternoon News & Headlines Wednesday, November 19, 2003 4:00pm ET Print The Closing Bell ...

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Morning Buzz, November 19, 2003

The Daily Insider Morning News & Headlines Wednesday, November 19, 2003 9:00am ET Print The Morning Buzz ...

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Marketplace Round-Up

Churchill Downs has teamed with Applied Optical Technologies to create a holographic authentication mark for all officially licensed Churchill Downs and Kentucky Derby merchandise (THOROUGHBRED TIMES,

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Franchise Notes

METS: The Mets yesterday terminated Special Assistant to the GM Bill Singer, in the wake of an incident between Singer and Dodgers VP & Assistant GM Kim Ng at last week's GM meetings (Mets). In N.Y.,

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Media Notes

SPORTS ON THE WEB: In St. Petersburg, Greg Auman reports that an "unprecedented number" of fans went to Buccaneers.com yesterday to discuss WR Keyshawn Johnson being deactivated. The traffic shut the

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SBJ's RSN/TV Special Report

More teams are giving serious consideration to starting their own regional sports networks. This special report will examine the forces at work that are encouraging teams to explore this area, and the

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