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The Daily Hits 20: Celebrating Two Decades Serving The Sports Business Industry12 / 10 / 13
THE DAILY this week presents our Anniversary Special that looks back at 20 years in sports business, as well as the stories surrounding the launch of both SportsBusiness Daily (launched in '94 and entering its 20th year of publishing) and SportsBusiness Journal (launched in '98 and published for...
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