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Daniel Kaplan

Staff writer Daniel Kaplan covers the NFL, finance and tennis.

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Final Approval Of Concussion Settlement Claims Against NFL Not Likely Until Next Year

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 11 / 20 / 14

Final approval of the preliminary settlement of concussion claims against the NFL likely will not come until early next year, class co-lead counsel Chris Seeger told reporters yesterday after the nearly four-and-a-half-hour fairness hearing in federal district court in Philadelphia. That is pre...

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Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, NFL

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10/29/01
SportsBusiness Journal: YankeeNets to buy back debt

YankeeNets plans to buy back the $200 million of junk bonds that it sold last year, using the proceeds from the recent sale of a share in the company's regional sports network for the purchase. The bonds carried a 12.75 percent interest rate and cost the company $25.5 million in annual int ...

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10/29/01
SportsBusiness Journal: N.Y. marathon security

Like last year, runners will start at the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, but much will have changed. The New York City Marathon start is a spectacular sight. More than 30,000 runners gather on the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, which stretches for ne ...

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10/29/01
SportsBusiness Journal: CART suffers losses

Championship Auto Racing Teams said it lost $1.7 million in the third quarter because of costs tied to shuttering one of its minor league circuits and its settlement with Speedway Motorsports Inc. over a canceled race. In the 2000 third quarter, the company earned $7.8 million. Because of ...

Tags: Finance

10/22/01
SportsBusiness Journal: Raising sports money tougher

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10/22/01
SportsBusiness Journal: CART future unclear

Wall Street analysts are still puzzled with Championship Auto Racing Teams' progress, even after the open-wheel auto racing sanction body held an analysts' meeting on Oct. 13 that was supposed to answer their questions. The company provided no 2002 financial guidance to the analysts, and it ...

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10/15/01
SportsBusiness Journal: ISC's Q3 earnings beat expectations

Buoyed by new track openings and NASCAR's bulky media contract, International Speedway Corp. reported higher-than-expected earnings for the fiscal third quarter ended Aug. 31 and said earnings should meet expectations in the fourth quarter. With a bow to the uncertain economic environment, h ...

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10/15/01
SportsBusiness Journal: SFX signs Russian tennis player

SFX Sports signed promising Russian tennis player Dmitry Tursunov, who is in the process of applying for American citizenship. SFX said it provided no marketing guarantees to sign the 19-year-old. Tursunov moved to California from Russia when he was 14, and over the last several years has ...

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10/15/01
SportsBusiness Journal: Civil war to break out in CART?

Is civil war about to break out in Championship Auto Racing Teams, the beleaguered open-wheel racing sanctioning body? Could be, as the company's top shareholder and team owner, Gerald Forsythe, all but declared war on his company with a stinging declaration that called for changes to mana ...

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10/08/01
SportsBusiness Journal: Memphis ATP event to add women

The owner of the Sanex WTA event in Oklahoma City said she has an agreement to sell her tournament sanction to the ATP stop in Memphis. Sources say the sale price is around $500,000. Pending WTA approval, the Kroger St. Jude Classic in Memphis would become a men's and women's event, said ...

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10/08/01
SportsBusiness Journal: Man U profit up 25%

Manchester United enjoyed another blockbuster year financially in the period ended July 31, but storm clouds are appearing on the horizon in the form most U.S. team owners would understand: surging player wages. After being eliminated from the European Champions Cup in the quarterfinals earl ...

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