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Charlotte’s Plan For New Arena The Charlotte City Council last night voted 8-3 for a "tentative agreement that commits the public to building" a $200M arena, in return for an NBA expansion team that "
Street & Smith''s SportsBusiness Journal is proud to present SHOWTIME! TURNING SPORTING EVENTS INTO ENTERTAINMENT EXPERIENCES, December 5-6, 2002, New Orleans. Showtime! is an event for sports franchi
The Daily Insider Morning News & Headlines Tuesday, November 12, 2002 9:00am ET Print The Morning Buzz Past Issues Nov 11, 2002 Nov 8, 2002 Nov 7, 2002 Nov 6, 2002 Nov 5, 2002 Nov 4, 2002 • Charlotte
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Former Bruins D Ray Bourque "officially became a FleetCenter employee yesterday," as FleetCenter President Rich Krezwick announced that Bourque "will handle a variety of duties to the Premium Club," a
Augusta National Chair Hootie Johnson spoke to reporters from the AP, N.Y. Times, L.A. Times, Augusta Chronicle and SI November 4 on the topic of the club''s membership practices on the condition that
NATIONAL TV MONITOR: Last night''s 12:00am ET 60-minute edition of ESPN''s "SportsCenter" led with T''Wolves-Spurs, followed by Trail Blazers-Mavericks and Jazz-Celtics. The first non-NBA report, at 4
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Steelers President Dan Rooney, the Chair of the NFL''s newly-formed five-person committee on minority hiring, said that any proposal that would "link awarding or taking away of draft choices as reward
Ms. Burk has nothing to do with this club. Her threats mean nothing to me. Augusta National Chair Hootie Johnson, on NCWO Chair Martha Burk (N.Y. TIMES, 11/12).
Tuesday, November 12, 2002 Augusta National Chair Hootie Johnson spoke with various media outlets on the topic of the club’s membership practices. A transcript of the interview with the N.Y. TIMES. A
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Yankees GM Brian Cashman and President Randy Levine will visit Japan this week to formally announce a working agreement between the team and the Tokyo Yomiuri Giants, according to David Waldstein of t