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Manchester United Lands Richest Kit Deal Ever With $1B Nike Pact03 / 09 / 14
EPL club Manchester United is "set to announce a world-record kit deal" with Nike that is worth more than $1B (all figures U.S.) over 10 years. The club "will make a major statement that proves" it is "still the biggest name in world football." The $1B figure is "almost double the current best kit m...
Riverfront Stadium will be renamed Cinergy Field in an agreement between Cinergy Corp. and Hamilton County. The name change takes effect immediately. IN-based Cinergy Corp. is the 13th largest electri
With the Bengals and Bucs getting public support for new facilities, there are "about ten teams to go" for Cleveland to get an expansion team in ''99 rather than an existing one, according to Tony Gro
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For the second year in a row, Pete Sampras and Steffi Graf won singles titles at the U.S. Open with Wilson racquets, according to George Lazarus of the CHICAGO TRIBUNE. Wilson, however, is still "mull
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"There''s no chance in hell of us taking pay cuts in any shape or manner." -- CFLPA''s Dan Ferrone, on the CFL asking players to take pay cuts to help troubled teams (GLOBE & MAIL, 9/10).
49ers President Carmen Policy said the team would like San Francisco tax payers to pay half the cost of a new stadium, according to Edward Epstein of the S.F. CHRONICLE. Policy told investment bankers
Noting both the poor sales of Cardinals merchandise in the Phoenix area and that Sun Devil Stadium was "awash in aqua" Sunday for the team''s home opener against the Dolphins, columnist David Cassteve
DSN and THE SPORTS BUSINESS DAILY are soliciting resumes for Marketing Assistants. Responsibilities include in-house phone sales, subscription renewals, collegiate marketing, and database management.
ACOG Security Manager Bill Rathburn told the AP that the Atlanta Games were plagued by behind the scenes management problems because the Games were too big to handle. Rathburn: "Certainly, the work fo
TX-based FootAction USA will be spun off by parent Melville Corp. this month into a new public company called FootStar Inc., according to Leigh Strope of the FT. WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM. Soon after, "rapi
Chase Securities Inc., a subsidiary of the Chase Manhattan Corp., was chosen to arrange $140M in financing for a new S.F. Giants ballpark, in what Chase calls "the largest project financing ever" for