Quote of the Day

"He isn't a salesman anymore, he is a statesman."
-- Kwan Entertainment and Marketing Solutions COO Indranil Das Blah, suggesting Sachin Tendulkar drop his commercial sponsorships after he received India's highest civilian award. (BUSINESS STANDARD, 2/14)
Monday February 17, 2014 Vol. 2 — No. 173 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Strong First Half

    Arsenal announced half-year turnover of £136M from football activities on Friday, making its "lack of transfer business in January all the more difficult to understand," according to Tom Hayward of REUTERS. The figures covered the six months to Nov. 30 "and represent a 28 percent rise." The results showed a group loss of £2.2M before tax "but that was mainly caused by the investment" Manager Arsene Wenger made in his squad in the close season.

  • Exalted Position

    Tendulkar's role as spokesperson questioned after he receives national honor.

  • Serving An Ace

    Wimbledon debenture holders making huge profit on tickets.

  • Turned Off

    IOC nixes projection of sponsors' logos on outside of Sochi venues.

  • High Speed

    BMW links marketing campaign to design work on USA Bobsled.

  • A Death Trap

    Report to claim 400 Nepalese workers have died on Qatar building sites.

  • Holding Power

    BCCI President Srinivasan makes plan to ensure re-election.

  • Peace Talks

    Sky, BT trying to broker deal to save European rugby.

  • Getting Gassed

    La Liga match stopped after tear gas canister is thrown on pitch.

  • Hidden Damage

    Report claims World Cup stadium suffered structural damage in fire.

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