Quote of the Day

"I could have spent $100 million in advertising and I don’t think I would get as much bang for the buck as I would in Formula One."
-- F1 Team Owner Gene Haas, saying he expects the connection to the circuit will boost revenue by $1B for his machine tools business. (FORBES, 6/17)
Wednesday June 18, 2014 Vol. 2 — No. 259 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Home Sweet Home

    The FA hopes changes to Wembley will begin before the start of Euro 2016.

    The FA "is to revamp" London's Wembley stadium, making it more of a ''home for England'' with banners "celebrating 1966, memorable matches and famous players akin to how Arsenal have transformed the Emirates Stadium," according to Henry Winter of the London TELEGRAPH. The FA "has ruled out a return to spectators standing at Wembley but there will be a new 'home' end, a family area and groups of fans will be invited to meet England legends before kick-off at Wembley."

  • Life Support

    Andy Murray signs three-year deal with Standard Life.

  • Setting Up Camp

    Bayern Munich opens N.Y. office as first outpost in U.S.

  • Walking Away

    Belkin pulls out of cycling, ends sponsorship of Dutch team.

  • Waving The Flag

    Portugal Telecom continues sponsorship of national football team through '18.

  • Hoop It Up

    Deutsche Telekom picks up rights to Basketball Bundesliga through '17-18.

  • Doubling Down

    Haas hopes entry into F1 will increase sales by $1B.

  • Foreign Affairs

    Spanish execs helped Qatar win World Cup bid, French magazine reports.

  • All Cleared Up

    Spanish prosecutor says Messi should be cleared of tax charges.

  • Still Onboard

    Emirates says it's "keen" to renew sponsorship of Kiwi America's Cup team.

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