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Boston Globe Examines Patriots QB Tom Brady's Relationship With Best Buddies CharityPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 04 / 24 / 17
Patriots QB Tom Brady's relationship with Best Buddies has "changed in recent years," as the nonprofit dedicated to helping intellectually and developmentally disabled people has "become a major source of funding for Brady's own charitable goals," according to a front-page piece by Bob Hohler o...
Title IX Changes Could Hit Women''s Scholarships Hard Under the "most controversial recommendation being considered" by the national commission studying reform of Title IX, colleges and universities "
The ten-member Augusta Richmond County Commission yesterday "failed to pass, by a 5-5 vote, a proposed ordinance that would have required demonstrators to give at least 30 days notice of their plans t
One day after the National Council of Women''s Organizations (NCWO) launched its "Hall of Hypocrisy" on www.augustadiscriminates.org accusing companies of "supporting discrimination because their exec
National Council of Women''s Organizations (NCWO) Chair Martha Burk, who is leading the effort to persuade Augusta National to admit its first female member, was featured on last night''s edition of H
The National Council of Women''s Organizations (NCWO) "plans to go live at www.augustadiscriminates.org early next week to turn up the heat on the CEOs and board members who belong" to Augusta Nationa
Harry Edwards a former professor at San Jose State Univ. and a consultant to MLB, the Warriors and 49ers on issues of racial diversity said that "part of him clearly wants" Tiger Woods t
Transportation and railroad conglomerate CSX Chair John Snow, who was nominated yesterday by President Bush to become U.S. Treasury Secretary, said that he is resigning from Augusta National Golf Club
The N.Y. Times reversed its decision and ran revised versions yesterday of sports columns written by Dave Anderson and Harvey Araton on the Augusta National controversy. In N.Y., Felicity Barringer ci
DC-based McCarthy Communications head Jim McCarthy, a crisis PR expert, "confirmed he''s working with" Augusta National Golf Club, according to Michael McCarthy of USA TODAY. Jim McCarthy said he has
After yesterday''s report that stories by N.Y. Times columnists Dave Anderson and Harvey Araton that disagreed with The Times'' editorial stance on Augusta National were killed by the paper''s editors