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SportsBusiness Daily is seeking an entry-level Staff Writer at our Charlotte, N.C., headquarters. Qualified candidates will have excellent knowledge of sports and business issues, with equally strong writing and verbal skills. Must also have a solid work ethic and thrive in a team environment. Stron...
In a "marked contrast to the garish commercial scene" in Atlanta, in Nagano, "other than the colorful assortment of Olympic flags dangling from light poles, there are virtually no advertisements on di
Six members of the L.A. City Council on Friday "joined in a motion calling for a legal review to ensure that" Council member Nate Holden''s "quixotic quest" to bring the Raiders back to L.A. doesn''t
The USOC and TWI formally announced that they have joined in a TV and marketing venture designed to create new events and programming centered around the Olympic movement in the U.S. The first project
LOS LOBOS: In Hartford, Jeff Goldberg criticized a new ESPN ad promoting its ESPY Awards which appears to make "a joke of sexual harassment in the workplace, an issue that is decidedly not funny." In
CBS Sports has hired Greg Gumbel and Phil Simms as its No. 1 NFL broadcast team, according to Stephen Battaglio of the HOLLYWOOD REPORTER. Gumbel''s final appearance on NBC will come this Sunday, when
Results of a new survey show that "more Canadians are becoming football fans," but don''t want the NFL in Canada "if it spells the end of" the CFL, according to Dan Ralph of the Toronto GLOBE & MAIL.
The use of Sudafed by NHL players is examined by Michael Farber of SI under the header "Hockey''s Little Helpers." Farber: "It''s the NHL''s dirty little secret, and with the Olympics imminent, it is
Warner Bros. Sports Licensing has signed John LeClair to an endorsement deal. LeClair is the first NHL player to join WB''s athlete endorsement roster, which includes NBA, NFL and MLB players. LeClair
The Blue Jays "lost an estimated" C$30M in ''97, and Larry Millson of the Toronto GLOBE & MAIL writes that "it had more to do with the falling Canadian dollar than their losing record and stagnant att
Dennis Crawford from Cleveland, TN, will compete in Hershey''s Million Dollar Kick at Sunday''s Pro Bowl. Crawford, 32, can win $1M if he connects on a 35-yard field goal (Hershey''s)....In L.A., Deni