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Throwback Thursday: Brave New Wide WorldPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 03 / 30 / 17
We turn back the clock to 20 years ago this week, when Disney opened its Wide World of Sports complex in Orlando with a Reds-Braves Spring Training game. The "state-of-the-art playground" cost $100M to build and at launch included a 9,50...
Bucs & Raiders Prepare For Battle Besides the NFL''s marquee event, there are plenty of other newsworthy items around the sports business world today. New suitors emerge for both the Sabres and Senato
The Daily Insider Afternoon News & Headlines Friday, January 24, 2003 4:00pm ET Print The Closing Bell Past Issues Jan 23 , 2003 Jan 22 , 2003 Jan 21, 2003 Jan 20, 2003 Jan 17, 2003 • NFL Commissioner
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Nextel has been selected as the official wireless-communications provider of the American Airlines Center (AAC), Mavericks and Stars. The exclusive five-year agreement consists of premium exterior and
John Flynn whose Boston-based company New Media Marketing & Events handles PR and marketing for a "number of athletes and sports-related businesses," including former Red Sox GM Dan Duquette''s
Panthers Hit Is “Exaggerated” Panthers Hockey LLP, which owns the NHL Panthers, lost $64.7M last year, according to documents cited by Charles Elmore of the PALM BEACH POST. Broward County officials,
NHL: Red Wings RW Brett Hull, who is making $5.5M this season, said NHLPA Exec Dir Bob Goodenow "will kill me, but if we''re going to be realistic about things, probably 75% of the league is overpaid.
The FORT DODGE (IA) MESSENGER’s Eric Pratt reports that Midwest Basketball League (MBL) Frontier City River Dogz GM Mark Miller has resigned, “leaving the franchise’s future in serious doubt,” as the
While NASCAR on Tuesday announced plans for an overhaul of the ''04 Winston Cup schedule, allowing track operators to shift one of their race dates to another track, SMI Chair Bruton Smith "has dismis
An arbitrator has voided the NBA Kings'' contract with KMAX-UPN, agreeing with the team''s argument that the station "did not have the right to sell advertising" on pre-and post-game editions of its m
It''s a corporate ego buy. Deutsch, Inc. Chair & CEO Donny Deutsch, doubting the value of a Super Bowl ad buy ("Kudlow & Cramer," 1/22).