Quote of the Day

"When you spend that amount of money on any business you wouldn't go without a voice."
-- Scottish businessman James Easdale, who, along with his brother Sandy, is buying a 14% share of the Rangers and expects to have a say in running the club. (BBC, 5/9)
Friday May 10, 2013 Vol. 1 — No. 234 Print This Issue

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  • BT Lands A Haymaker

    BT will show free Premier League football on TV for the first time.

    BT will offer its new sports channels, including live Premier League football, "free to customers who take its broadband service as the telecom operator ramps up its challenge to BSkyB's dominance of U.K. pay-TV," according to Mark Sweney of the London GUARDIAN. BT "is aiming to lure customers to its fledgling TV service BT Vision and protect and grow its broadband customer base.

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  • Going To Market

    Grocery chain Waitrose signs three-year sponsorship deal with England Cricket.

  • Family Ties

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  • Social Climbers

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  • Hitting The Lottery

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  • Major Development

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  • Dropping Out

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  • Ethics Policy

    IOC hints at possible change for stadium named after ousted Havelange.

  • Cleanup Crew

    Spanish football president vows to "eradicate" cheats, stabilize finances.

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