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President Obama's decision to "make his stand in the current fight for trade negotiating power" on Friday at Nike's Oregon HQ "came as a shock to labor activists, and a surprise even to some in his own administration," according to Baker & Hirschfield Davis of the N.Y. TIMES. While Nike was "onc...
The snowstorm that dumped more than a foot of snow along the East Coast in cities such as Raleigh and DC "has wiped clean the slate of events taking place throughout the region," according to Wyche &
The Univ. of MA''s Sport Management Program is "among the most highly regarded sports business programs in the country," according to Gregg Krupa of the BOSTON GLOBE, who reports that more than 700 Un
ESPN''s Jeremy Schaap profiled former St. John''s Univ. assistant men''s soccer coach Jim Keady, who has filed an $11M lawsuit against the school and Nike "alleging they violated his civil and religio
ESPN''s "Outside the Lines" examined the "Native American sports experience," with ESPN''s Greg Garber reporting on the controversial use of Native American references for sports teams, logos and masc
Democratic Presidential candidate Bill Bradley will hold a campaign fund raiser on Sunday at MSG called the "Afternoon of Champions and Legends." Tickets for the event cost up to $1,000 each, and atte
President Clinton "kicked off his second antipoverty tour" in Newark yesterday by challenging pro sports teams across the U.S. to "go beyond making appearances for good causes" and use some of the tea
President Clinton will visit Newark today to ask corporations and sports organizations across the U.S. to help "rejuvenate poor patches of America and spark opportunities for its youth," according to
The Women''s Sports Foundation (WSF) held its 20th annual awards dinner last night in N.Y. and awarded Mia Hamm the organization''s Team Sportswoman of the Year award and Juli Inkster the Individual S
Police are investigating a "possible link between" the bombing of a Lowe''s store in Asheboro, NC, and the May 1 crash during an IRL event that killed three spectators at Lowe''s Motor Speedway (LMS),
The city of Pittsburgh is "well short" of the $1M it hoped to "collect from a tax imposed on professional athletes," according to Christopher Keough of the Pittsburgh TRIBUNE-REVIEW. The city has coll