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Prosecutors and attorneys for Bernie Ecclestone are "in talks about a possible deal to end" the F1 CEO's bribery trial in Germany. His defense team today called for "proceedings to be closed, citing a lack of evidence that Ecclestone was criminally responsible and asserting that the proc...
In the wake of adidas'' $1.3B purchase of Salomon, adidas and Nike "are squaring off to see which will dominate the sporting-goods market in the next century," according to Woodruff & Trinephi of BUSI
Marv Albert''s trial on sexual assault charges begins today with jury selection, according to Howard Manly of the BOSTON GLOBE. An NBC exec said the network "will cover the trial as news." The exec: "
In USA TODAY''s "Ad Track," the Nike Tiger Woods spot, "I am Lucky," scored "big" among 18-29-year-olds, as 46% of respondents liked it "a lot" (USA TODAY, 9/22)....Reebok has "commissioned" a 150-by-
The "appeal" of Venus Williams is profiled by Brad Wolverton in BUSINESS WEEK. At the U.S. Open, some "declared Williams the Tiger Woods of tennis, other players on the tour took potshots at her, and
Clark Griffith, the son of the Twins'' former owner, Calvin Griffith, said Friday that he''ll make an $80M offer to buy the team from Carl Pohlad and keep it in MN, according to Jay Weiner of the Minn
Patriots Owner Robert Kraft was "noncommittal" when asked yesterday about the team''s chances of moving to RI, according to Tom Mooney of the Providence JOURNAL-BULLETIN. Kraft: "It isn''t about Massa
Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones downplayed a N.Y. Times report that he was considering becoming head coach of the Cowboys, according to Jean-Jacques Taylor of the DALLAS MORNING NEWS. On Sunday, Jones said,
NBA Commissioner David Stern, on finding ways to address conduct-related problems among NBA personnel: "There is nothing special we are going to do. We are going to continue our programs that we have
With seven sponsors paying a total of nearly $9M, and USA Network paying "more than" $1M for the rights to first- round coverage, NBC will take in "nearly" $3M after production costs for its telecast
MLS'' "pending" TV deal will see the ABC/ESPN "combo paying a rights fee for around 60 games, 12 of which will be on ABC next year," network sources told Terry Lefton of BRANDWEEK. The league''s first