Quote of the Day

"No crimes will be investigated today."
-- Brasilia Civil Police Union Head Rodrigo Franco, after police joined other strikers taking advantage of the World Cup spotlight. (BLOOMBERG, 5/21)
Thursday May 22, 2014 Vol. 2 — No. 241 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Production Expenses

    BT Sport could receive $421,000 for broadcasting Rangers games.

    BT Sport "can receive a contractual payment" of up to £250,000 ($421,000) per season for broadcasting games of Scottish League 1 Rangers, according to Chris Jack of the GLASGOW EVENING TIMES. The deal "was struck in the summer of 2012" when the Ibrox club dropped down into the Third Division, with a clause "inserted into the broadcast agreement to cover the additional costs of having to set up at lower league grounds."

  • No Decision

    Barclays says reports it will drop EPL sponsorship are "premature."

  • Blanket Coverage

    BBC to air 1,300 hours of live coverage from Glasgow 2014.

  • Getting The Ax

    Four I-League franchises dropped for failing to meet AIFF licensing criteria.

  • Loose Lips

    ICC to explore leaks of confidential match-fixing testimony.

  • Getting Backup

    Real Madrid's Alonso backs campaign to ensure Eibar promotion.

  • On The Block

    Liquidated Spanish club Salamanca's stadium to be auctioned off.

  • Another Look

    Bayern Munich renews call for goal-line tech in Bundesliga.

  • Up And Running

    Commonwealth Games relaunches ticket sales after delay due to glitches.

  • Join The Crowd

    São Paulo bus drivers join police, teachers in striking ahead of World Cup.

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