Quote of the Day

"We will put our future plans in Aberdeen on hold, as will many others, until this ridiculous proposal is defeated."
-- Donald Trump, shutting down his $1.1B Scottish golf resort after the government approved a wind farm offshore from the site. (SCOTSMAN, 3/26)
Wednesday March 27, 2013 Vol. 1 — No. 203 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Li Ning Losses Deepen

    Chinese sportswear company Li Ning reported “a deeper-than-expected annual loss, its first in nearly a decade as a listed company," according to Chu & Burkitt of the WALL STREET JOURNAL. Li Ning added that its bottom line "should improve this year as it scales back inventory and overhauls its image." Exec Chair Li Ning said, "In the next two to three years, the industry will still see a lot of restructuring, but I think we can say we've survived the most difficult time."

  • Street Smarts

    Coca-Cola extends partnership with sports charity Street Games.

  • Leading The Charge

    NBC taps ESPN's Rebecca Lowe to host Premier League coverage.

  • Pulling The Plug

    Donald Trump halts Scottish golf course plan after offshore wind farm gets OK.

  • The Tax Man

    Players in '15 Rugby World Cup will have to pay British taxes.

  • Bouncing Back

    Chinese national team's return to primetime signals resurgence for football.

  • Best Option

    Scottish club Dunfermline opts for voluntary administration to settle tax debt.

  • Pitching In

    WBC gives baseball, softball Olympic campaigns a shot in the arm.

  • Earning A Paycheck

    New Emirates Cricket Board CEO wants top players to be put on contract.

  • Persona Non Grata

    IPL pulls Sri Lankan players out of matches in Chennai.

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