Quote of the Day

"I am saying the emperor wears no clothes."
-- NBCUniversal’s Head of Research Alan Wurtzel, saying that a study of Sochi Games dispels notion that social media drives TV viewership. (FINANCIAL TIMES, 4/27)
Tuesday April 29, 2014 Vol. 2 — No. 224 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Let's Make A Deal

    Man City and Ligue 1 side Paris St. Germain "are among a number of clubs who have been offered settlements for breaching financial fair play rules," according to the PA. UEFA's club financial control board "has made offers to all the clubs deemed to have breached the rules in advance of its meeting on Thursday." The clubs -- understood to be fewer than 20 in total -- "can either accept the offer of the sanctions," which could range from a reprimand to a fine and up to restrictions on squads for European competition next season, or "try to negotiate a lesser punishment."

  • Open Season

    Trump reportedly ready to buy Scotland's Turnberry for $58M.

  • Anti-Social

    Olympic survey dispels notion that social media drives TV viewership.

  • Heading Home

    Del Piero to end run at Sydney FC, says he wants to go home to Italy.

  • Getting 'Real'

    Deutsche Telekom rolls out "Real Fan Weeks" World Cup campaign.

  • Plug Is Pulled

    Russia's R-Sport ends English news service after two years.

  • Call For Action

    Rangers' supporters call for CEO Graham Wallace to be suspended.

  • A Clean Bill

    Spanish Football League clears Barcelona over Neymar signing.

  • Stepping Up

    McLachlan expected to get league's CEO position "within a week."

  • Peel And Eat

    Barcelona's Alves' response to racist fan stirs social media.

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