Quote of the Day

"They (IOC) gave us a yellow card, so we had to change. And we did."
-- FILA President Nenad Lalovic, on the organization making changes in a bid to get back into the Olympics. (REUTERS, 5/18)
Monday May 20, 2013 Vol. 1 — No. 240 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • F1 IPO Moving Forward

    Bernie Ecclestone's legal battle won't stop F1's planned flotation.

    A source close to private equity firm CVC Capital said that the company is targeting a $12B market capitalization for F1 "in its planned flotation on the Singapore stock exchange," according to Sylt & Reid of the London GUARDIAN. The initial public offering (IPO) of F1 "is on track to take place in the next 12 months" despite its CEO Bernie Ecclestone "being engulfed in a legal battle over payment of an alleged bribe."

  • Staying On Course

    Emirates, Paris St. Germain re-up with five-year shirt sponsorship deal.

  • Change Of Shirt

    Manchester City shopping for new shirt sponsor to replace Etihad.

  • Still A Draw

    Advertisers stick with IPL despite spot-fixing scandal, falling TV ratings.

  • Talking Points

    Beckham advisors already talking with MLS about possible franchise.

  • Not So Friendly

    England Manager Hodgson said English clubs' friendly schedules hurts national team.

  • Collateral Damage

    Thousands of families displaced as Brazil spruces up for athletic events.

  • Changing Position

    Wrestling makes "drastic changes" in bid to stay on Olympics schedule.

  • Cheaper Model

    Ecclestone suggests F1 teams share chassis to save money on R&D.

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