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IOC Announces Creation Of Panel On Cyber Security, Other Tech Issues

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 04 / 25 / 17

The IOC today announced the creation of a new 13-member panel on cyber security. The organization said the new commission will guide the "IOC's strategy for information security, including cyber-security." It also will make recommendations for an "appropriate strategy for the effective, secure and s...

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Closing Bell, August 8, 2002

The Daily Insider Afternoon News & Headlines Thursday, August 8, 2002 4:00pm ET Print The Closing Bell Past Issues Aug 7, 2002 Aug 6, 2002 Aug 5, 2002 Aug 2, 2002 Aug 1, 2002 • Source Claims MLB

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adidas Enjoys Good Q2

adidas Salomon yesterday reported a "higher-than-expected backlog in demand" for its branded sportswear, "with its progress in the U.S. market outshining" Nike, according to Bettina Wassener of the FI

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Facility Notes

In Philadelphia, Gorenstein & Sheridan report that companies controlled by racial minorities and women have received 56% of the contracts awarded for construction of the Eagles'' Lincoln Financial Fie

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'03 National Sports Forum

The National Sports Forum, which is heading to Pittsburgh, PA, January 20-22, 2003, has just announced its Steering Committee. The ''03 Committee includes: Mark Andrew Zwartynski, The Mark Andrew Grou

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NCSN Works On Ad Strategies

By Mark Simpson, Staff Writer, The Sports Business Daily The start-up National College Sports Network (NCSN), set to launch in ''03, has inked deals with the Big Ten and Big East to air several of the

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Morning Buzz, August 8, 2002

The Daily Insider Morning News & Headlines Thursday, August 8, 2002 9:00am ET Print The Morning Buzz Past Issues Aug 7, 2002 Aug 6, 2002 Aug 5, 2002 Aug 2, 2002 Aug 1, 2002 • MLBPA''s Steroid Te

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Thursday, August 8, 2002 A N.Y. TIMES editorial comments on the state of naming rights at sports facilities and speaks of an "erosion of tradition and continuity in professional sports" (N.Y. TIMES).

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Marketplace Round-Up

NASCAR: After NASCAR Winston Cup driver Tony Stewart punched an Indianapolis Star photographer following Sunday''s Brickyard 400, FSN''s Steve Byrnes reported that Stewart''s sponsor, The Home Depot,

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Partners Hope Less Is More With Reduced NHL Coverage The impact of ESPN''s new NBA TV deal was evident with yesterday''s announcement of its NHL TV schedule for the ''02-03 season. ESPN/ESPN2 have red

Free Flow Tour Corporate Deals

THE DAILY continues "Spons-o-Meter", a comprehensive list of corporate sponsors of various leagues, governing bodies and events. Today: The Mountain Dew Free Flow Tour, which makes 12 stops across the

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