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Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 11 / 26 / 14

The Greek Super League elected Asteras Tripolis President GIORGOS BOROVILOS as president on Monday "after he secured 13 votes out of the 16 teams in the league," with Panthrakikos President DIMITRIS TZELEPIS elected as his deputy ( REUTERS, 11/25 ). ... The NBA announced that JAN MENNEKEN h...

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Finance Notes

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Lewis Hamilton In For Windfall

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FFA, A-League Owners Remain At Odds

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EU Urged To Investigate F1 Finances

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Rapid Vienna Reports Small Profit

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Atlético Madrid Trims Debt To Authorities

La Liga side Atlético Madrid reduced its debt to the Spanish tax authorities by €45M ($56.5M), "cutting the total owed a year ago by 20%," according to José Marcos of EL PAIS. The club's debt to the authorities is now approximately €155M ($195M), of which €118.9M ($149. ...

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