Quote of the Day

"We pay for a product, we've got contracts in place, we are looking at those very, very seriously because we reckon there has probably been some breaches."
-- Australian GP Corp. CEO Andrew Westacott, on possible legal action over F1's new, quieter cars. (SKY SPORTS, 3/17)
Tuesday March 18, 2014 Vol. 2 — No. 194 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • The Good Life

    Bundesliga club FC Schalke "has released its financial results for the ’13 fiscal year in which it generated the second-highest revenue in club history," according to the SID. The club reported revenue of €206.8M for the year ending Dec. 31. In comparison to last year, Schalke was able to increase its revenue by €16.1M. The increase "is largely due to higher income from transfers, sponsorships and media rights."

  • Climbing Onboard

    Rio organizers sign four sponsors, in talks with 10 more.

  • Tiger Tale

    FA to reject Hull City owners' request to change name of club.

  • Conflict Management

    Ukraine-Crimea conflict has sponsorship repercussions in football world.

  • Tee It Up

    Sky renews broadcast deal for the Masters in Germany.

  • Electric Avenue

    Formula E lines up free-to-air deal in U.K. with ITV.

  • New Driver

    Nissan set to take over as Champions League title sponsor, report claims.

  • The Final Chapter

    Deal for European Cup expected to be finalized this week.

  • Noise Reduction

    Aussie GP organizers say quieter F1 engines could breach contract.

  • That's A Wrap

    Sochi Paralympics finish with "uplifting and colorful" Closing Ceremony.

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