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Americans Snatching Up Tickets On Secondary Market For Women's World Cup FinalPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 02 / 15
The U.S. "will have an overwhelming crowd advantage" at the Women's World Cup Final on Sunday at BC Place, as within minutes of the team defeating Germany in Tuesday's semifinal, tickets on the secondary market "skyrocketed in price, with the vast majority of purchasers" from the U.S., according to ...
The Hawks'' average ticket price for seats at Philips Arena next season -- not including VIP seats -- will be $41, "equal to the NBA average," according to Jeffrey Denberg of the ATLANTA CONSTITUTION.
Knicks G Latrell Sprewell "has been approached by Calvin Klein for a possible endorsement deal," according to Richard Wilner of the N.Y. POST, who wrote that such a move would be a "gutsy gamble" for
Puma is "close to finalizing a new four-year deal that will get its ''jumping cat'' logo onto" NBA courts starting next season and "into this year''s NBA championship locker rooms with apparel and cap
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NBC Sports Chair Dick Ebersol lashed out at John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance President David D''Alessandro yesterday in Lausanne, Switzerland, for damaging fund raising for U.S. athletes through "cy
Longtime Chicago Tribune MLB writer JEROME HOLTZMAN wrote his final column on Sunday. He will join MLB''s Commissioner''s Office in a newly created position as MLB''s Official Historian (CHICAGO TRIBU
The NBA named JEFFREY POLLACK to the newly created position of VP/Marketing & Corporate Communications. Pollack, who founded THE SPORTS BUSINESS DAILY in ''94, has been a communications consultant to
Former Fila Apparel Division Product Manager KEITH ASKENAS has been named IBL Dir of Merchandising and Licensing, to be based in Baltimore, according to Heather Skale of the WASHINGTON TIMES. Askenas
Se Ri Pak has signed a multi-year deal with Maxfli to play the Maxfli Revolution golf ball and place a Maxfli logo on her headwear (Maxfli). In St. Pete., Bob Harig cites one exec who said that the th
Rawlings Sporting Goods hired investment banking firm BancBoston Robertson Stephens to evaluate "strategic financial alternatives," including a "possible sale of the company," according to Joseph Cahi
ABC''s broadcast of Sunday''s Indy 500 earned a 5.0/15 preliminary overnight Nielsen rating, down 11% from last year''s 5.6/16 overnight. Saturday''s broadcast of the CART Motorola 300 earned a 1.7/5
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