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Appeals Panel Upholds Ban On Sports Betting In N.J.; Supporters To Continue FightPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 26 / 15
A federal appeals panel yesterday "upheld an earlier decision blocking New Jersey’s latest bid to allow Las Vegas-style sports betting at the state’s racetracks and Atlantic City’s casinos, effectively scuttling the plan for the rest of the year," according to a front-page piece by...
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Rigoberto Betancourt Herrera, a 54-year-old Cuban baseball coach who spent Monday night "wandering downtown streets" in Baltimore, asked for political asylum yesterday, hours after his team left the U
The final two installments of the BOSTON HERALD''s five- part series, "Bad Vibes," on sports'' impact on society, ran Saturday and Sunday. In the final feature, Karen Guregian examined the relationshi
The Avalanche and Sharks agreed to postpone Games One and Two of their Stanley Cup Playoffs due to the tragedy at Columbine High School in Littleton, CO. The games scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday
The Rockies and Nuggets both postponed their scheduled games last night after yesterday''s tragedy at suburban Denver''s Columbine High School. Earlier in the day, the Nuggets were planning to go ahea
For the third year in a row, "soccer retained its position as the most popular participation sport" in Canada, according to Norman Da Costa of the TORONTO STAR. Hockey, which was "displaced" from the
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Jaguars Owner Wayne Weaver and his wife Delores "are putting their hearts and their imagination -- as well as their money -- into their giving," according to Kerry Dolan of FORBES. The Weavers are wor
On ESPN''s "Outside the Lines: The World of the Gay Athlete," Greg Garber examined the impact on an athlete''s marketability if they go public with their homosexuality. Garber said that according to a
The Giving Back Fund, a non-profit group that manages independent funds and foundations for celebrity athletes, was profiled by Brian Meyer of the BUFFALO NEWS. Bills QB Doug Flutie works with the MA-
A joint poll conducted by the WALL STREET JOURNAL and NBC News shows that "half of Americans believe that going to sporting events is ''becoming too expensive to be worth it'' for the average family."
"At a time when society is extremely critical of words and images that are disrespectful to women, why is the sports business so far behind?," wonders Women''s Sports Foundation Exec Dir Donna Lopiano