Quote of the Day

"I know we have a broadcaster that pays us a lot of money but the network would also prefer to have a product with full stadiums."
-- NRL Canterbury CEO Raelene Castle on Channel Nine moving four games to Thursday night. (Sydney DAILY TELEGRAPH, 7/3)
Thursday July 3, 2014 Vol. 3 — No. 6 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Out The Door

    Tony Fernandes cut ties with the Formula One team he founded on Wednesday.

    Tony Fernandes "has left the Caterham Formula One team he founded after it was sold to a consortium of investors," according to Kevin Eason of the LONDON TIMES. Uncertainty over the team’s future "has been building" ever since Fernandes, also the owner of League Championship side Queens Park Rangers, admitted that "he was fed up with Formula One and his under-performing squad at the start of the year."

  • Gaining Acceptance

    FIFA's Valcke hints at possible 2026 U.S. World Cup.

  • Emerging Market

    Borussia Dortmund is making the move east with Singapore office.

  • Northern Exposure

    U.S.-based The North Face becomes sponsor of 2018 PyeongChang Olympics.

  • Burden Of Proof

    FIFA asks German magazine for proof of Cameroon match-fixing.

  • Social Connection

    Novak Djokovic relaunches on Chinese social media network Weibo.

  • Construction Zone

    Tottenham may be forced out of White Hart Lane for '16-17 season.

  • Night Moves

    NRL 'reluctantly' gives Channel Nine four Thursday night games.

  • Drug Free

    IOC allocates $1M for Spanish anti-doping project.

  • Facing A Backlash

    Stewards' Cup bucks 174-year tradition, sells naming rights.

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