Quote of the Day

"What we would like to get and what is achievable are totally different things."
-- Rugby Union Players Association CEO Greg Harris, calling for "reasonable" wage demands from players for the National Rugby Championship. (THE AUSTRALIAN, 12/13)
Friday December 13, 2013 Vol. 2 — No. 131 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Inside Information

    Intel has announced a partnership with FC Barcelona that will see the technology firm place its logo on the inside of Barcelona's jersey. Intel CMO Deborah Conrad said, "This is more than a sponsorship to Intel. The technology we are deploying and the programs we are working on together are designed to elevate FC Barcelona into one of the most technologically advanced soccer clubs in the world and to launch an ambitious slate of educational initiatives."

  • Short People

    Hedge funds shorting ManU shares after club's slow start in Premier League.

  • Throwing A Kit

    Sports Direct "spat" with adidas over Chelsea kit bites bottom line.

  • More Of The Same

    ZDF extends deal for Champions League matches through '18.

  • The A Team

    Infront Sports, Serie A agree on media rights partnership, Italian press reports.

  • Join The Club

    FIA sends out open invitation for new teams to join F1 in '15-16.

  • Sticker Shock

    New stadium could cost Barcelona up to $1.65B.

  • Lucky Number

    Auckland Nines on track to be "biggest box-office smash" in NRL history.

  • Cut The Cash

    AFL CEO cuts Essendon funding until club stops paying suspended coach.

  • The Tiger Rag

    Hull City submits name change to FA despite supporters' protests.

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