Quote of the Day

"The first one is always the biggest hurdle to overcome."
-- European Tour Sales Dir Tim Shaw, on the Ryder Cup signing Standard Life Investments as its first global sponsor. (SPORTSBUSINESS JOURNEL, 2/25 issue)
Tuesday February 26, 2013 Vol. 1 — No. 181 Print This Issue

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  • Dortmund On A Roll

    Bundesliga champion Borussia Dortmund has announced new record revenue and profit for the first half of the '12-13 season.

    Bundesliga club Borussia Dortmund "has released its financial numbers for the first half of the '12-13 season and announced a new revenue record," according to BILD. The defending Bundesliga champion "has increased its revenue" by 22.4% to €124.1M ($165M) from July 1-Dec. 31 in comparison to €101.4M at the same time last year. Dortmund "also increased its profit before taxes" from €16.7M to €17.5M ($23.3M).

  • Growing The Business

    BT delivers another blow to competition with buy of ESPN's U.K., Irish channels.

  • Trans-Atlantic Deal

    Scottish finance firm Standard Life Investments is Ryder Cup's first global sponsor.

  • The Right Time

    Watchmaker Rolex tapped top consumer brand in U.K.

  • Changing Horses

    McLaren Technical Dir Paddy Lowe is jumping to Mercedes at end of F1 season.

  • A Capital Idea

    F1 CEO Bernie Ecclestone in talks to put race in Mexico City in '14.

  • A Sharp Eye

    Former Barcelona coach Guardiola had private eyes watching players.

  • Player Trafficking

    Arsenal has $27M profit, but club depends on player sales for survival.

  • Making Ends Meet

    U.K. Paralympians say loss of living allowance would crush training ability.

  • Color Of His Money

    Sheikh given deadline to put up money for AS Roma investment.

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