Silver Wants All-Star Game In Charlotte Soccer, Boxing Stream On Social Channels NBA Raises Money For Sager Charity Harvard Forum Looks At Tech In Sports Minnesota Sports Facilities Leadership Getting Overhaul Minnesota United Unveils Inaugural Kits NBA All-Star Skills Challenge Underwhelms Front Row Motorsports Lands Two Sponsors Budapest May Withdraw City's '24 Games Bid Werner, Henry Have No Plans To Sell Red Sox
Silver Wants ASG In N.C., Warns States Of Legislation Similar To HB2Published in SportsBusiness Daily on
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver reiterated that he "wants to try" having the NBA All-Star Game in Charlotte, but he warned that legislation similar to North Carolina's HB2 law in other jurisdictions "could preclude an NBA city from hosting the event." Silver yesterday in his State of the League ...
Street & Smith''s SportsBusiness Journal Presents the Executive Forum: THE ECONOMICS OF VENUE SECURITY Risk Assessment, Management & Cost Control for Venue Safety & Security, August 13-14, 2002
TV & FILM: Pacers G REGGIE MILLER will make a cameo appearance on this Sunday''s episode of HBO''s "ARLI$$," entitled "IT''S ALL IN THE GAME." Other guests include Raiders LB BILL ROMANOWSKI and RB TY
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The NYRA completed ''01 with an operating loss of $11.3M, "the largest in its history," according to Mike Kane of the Schenectady DAILY GAZETTE, who added that the NYRA''s expenses grew from $153.7M i
Friday, August 2, 2002 The WALL STREET JOURNAL''s Sam Walker examines the business interests of the MLB owners and deduces that "judging from some of [their] track records, baseball''s economic proble
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The giant "CJ" on LPGA golfer Gloria Park''s hat stands for Chiel Jedang, one of South Korea''s largest companies, a "conglomerate dealing in food, multimedia (including MTV Korea), construction, logi
The WNBA "remains something of a niche sport, an unknown quantity even among many basketball fans," according to L. Jon Wertheim of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED, who spent a week with the Rockers "in search of
In Minneapolis, Judd Zulgad reports the Twins'' ratings on WCCO-AM during April, May and June posted a 10.2 share among persons 12-plus on weeknights from 6:00pm-10:30pm, helping the station reach No.
The Daily Insider Afternoon News & Headlines Friday, August 2, 2002 4:00pm ET Print The Closing Bell Past Issues Aug 1, 2002 July 31, 2002 July 30, 2002 July 29, 2002 July 26, 2002 • Canton Open
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NBA officials said yesterday that NC-based tobacco company Lorillard "has been dropped" as sponsor of the NBA''s Hoop-It-Up basketball tournament, which is in Denver this weekend, according to Carol K
Butt Out After complaints from health groups, NBA drops Lorillard tobacco as sponsor of its Hoop-It-Up tourney. Call Waiting Contraction decision delayed, as the union today begins series of conferenc