Quote of the Day

"Sport may have grabbed the headlines recently, but the opportunity is far broader."
-- New BT TV & Sport Managing Dir Delia Bushell, on plans for the broadcaster to explore non-sports programming. (FINANCIAL TIMES, 4/7)
Tuesday April 8, 2014 Vol. 2 — No. 209 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Tipping The Cap

    FIA President Jean Todt said F1 cost cutting will be achieved via rule changes.

    F1 "has dropped its plans for a cost cap" in '15 after leading teams said that "they were opposed to the idea," according to Andrew Benson of the BBC. FIA President Jean Todt said that cost-cutting "will instead be achieved through rule changes." The six teams in the sport's rule-defining strategy group "rejected plans for a cap agreed earlier this year."

  • Wide World

    New BT boss plans to look beyond sports for programming.

  • Halfway Home

    Hearts get OK from one creditor, still waiting for bankers to sign off.

  • Tiger Talk

    Fans of Hull City narrowly back club rebranding as Tigers.

  • Great Scott

    Aussie Adam Scott is golf's most effective endorser in U.S., research finds.

  • Getting The Keys

    Champions League signs four-year sponsorship deal with Nissan.

  • Facing Fallout

    Usha pulls sponsorship of troubled Chennai Super Kings.

  • Answering The Call

    Singapore billionaire Lim makes offer for stake in AC Milan.

  • Second Thoughts

    Arab consortium withdraws offer to buy La Liga club Valencia.

  • Slow Traffic

    Ferrari trying to push Ecclestone "into the computer age."

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