Featured Story

Giants Release Josh Brown Amid Domestic Violence Investigation

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on

The Giants this afternoon "cut ties" with embattled K Josh Brown about an hour after he "apologized to the team in a statement." Brown "landed on the commissioner’s exempt list Friday in the wake of the league re-opening its investigation" into his domestic violence arrests. Brown's rel...

Read More

More Stories

Senior VP Huyghue Leaving Jags

Jaguars Senior VP MICHAEL HUYGHUE "will depart the team within the next two months" to join ATHLETES FIRST, "a fledgling sports representation firm" founded by longtime player agent DAVID DUNN, accord

Tags: ESPN, Football, IMG, Jacksonville Jaguars, People and Pop Culture, Walt Disney

MLB-MLBPA Meet On Contraction

At a meeting in N.Y. yesterday between MLB and MLBPA reps, MLB attorneys "presented the union with their ideas for distribution of players" from the two teams that will be contracted, but the union is

Tags: Baseball, Chicago White Sox, ESPN, Miami Marlins, Houston Astros, Kansas City Royals, Leagues and Governing Bodies, MLB, New York Mets, San Diego Padres, Toronto Blue Jays, Walt Disney

Will Contraction Be A Trend?

The following is national media reaction to MLB''s announcement this week of its plan to contract two teams. PRECEDENT? CNNSI.com''s Leigh Montville wrote the "golden era of American sports is done."

Tags: Baseball, Basketball, Dallas Mavericks, ESPN, Leagues and Governing Bodies, MLB, NBA, Walt Disney, WNBA

SBJ Examines Int'l Facilities

SportsBusiness Journal''s special report on Dec. 3 will examine the development of international facilities in the sports landscape. Learn about their growing impact, which is increasingly being felt

Tags: Classified Advertisements

Names & Faces

JERRY THE GIANT: The Southfield Town Center, a 32-floor office complex in suburban Detroit, will display a 118-foot high, 33-foot wide action shot of Pistons G Jerry Stackhouse on the top 12 stories o

Tags: Basketball, Detroit Pistons, Golf

No Headline

“If fans aren''t going to come, what can we do? It''s going to be like this for the rest of the season. I don''t see it getting any better.” — Hornets G David Wesley, on declining atten

N.Y. Mayor Won't Push Ballparks

N.Y. Mayor-elect Michael Bloomberg "won''t champion publicly funded ballparks the way" current N.Y. Mayor Rudy Giuliani did, "but he''s not likely to kill the idea, either," according to O''Keeffe & C

Tags: Baseball, Facilities, Football, New York Jets, New York Yankees

Closing Bell, November 9, 2001

The Daily Insider Afternoon News & Headlines Friday, November 9, 2001 4:00pm ET Print The Closing Bell • PVI Posts 26% Increase In Revenue For Latest Quarter • That’s It? World Serie

Tags: Closing Bell

Executive Transactions

The SPORTS BUSINESS DAILY has named SEAN O''CONNELL as a Staff Writer. O''Connell, who had been working for Street & Smith''s Sports Group, was previously Associate National Movies Editor for Citysear

Tags: Baseball, Basketball, Cleveland Cavaliers, Colleges, ESPN, Golf, Horse Racing, Houston Astros, People and Pop Culture, Walt Disney

No Headline

Taking Whatever They Can Get USA TODAY reports Turner likely to pay "modest increase" in $1B NBA cable TV deal; NBC facing "no apparent broadcast network competition." Meet The New Boss N.Y. Mayor-ele

Video Powered By - Castfire CMS Powered By - Sitecore

Report a Bug