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CSM Sports & Entertainment CEO Zak Brown Leaving Company; Could F1 Be Next?

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 09 / 27 / 16

CSM Sports & Entertainment CEO Zak Brown is "leaving his post" at the end of the year, according to sources cited by Michael Smith of SPORTSBUSINESS JOURNAL. Brown’s resignation could "clear the path for him to take a leadership position" in F1, a move that has "been long-rumored in racing...

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