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

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Former NFLers Appeal Judge's Preliminary Approval Of Settlement

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 22 / 14

Seven former NFL players yesterday appealed a lower federal court judge’s decision to preliminarily approve a class action settlement of medical claims brought against the NFL. The players had objected to the proposed settlement earlier this month, but within a week of their filing Judge ...

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Tags: International Speedway Corp., NASCAR, Speedway Motorsports Inc.

09/25/00
SportsBusiness Journal: WTA takes show on the road

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09/25/00
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Tags: Time Warner

09/25/00
SportsBusiness Journal: Wall Street a bear for Bull Run

Bull Run Corp. does not sound like the moniker of a sports company. Maybe a Civil War collectibles firm named after the famous battlefield, or perhaps an investment concern. Or by chance even a tour group that sells trips to Pamplona, Spain, for the annual running ... well, you get the idea. ...

Tags: Broadcast.com Inc., Bull Run Corp., Chase Manhattan Corp., GE Capital, Host Communications Inc., IMG, NCAA, Quokka Sports Inc., Rawlings Sporting Goods Co., Yahoo! Inc.

09/25/00
SportsBusiness Journal: Fifteen-year-old Taiwanese player signs contract with IMG tennis

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Tags: IMG, Nickelodeon, Reebok

09/25/00
SportsBusiness Journal: Merchandise sales top goal at U.S. Open

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Tags: Fila

09/25/00
SportsBusiness Journal: Princeton driving for another first down

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Tags: CBS Broadcasting Inc., Denver Broncos, ESPN, IndyCar, NFL, Princeton Video Image Inc.

09/18/00
SportsBusiness Journal: Good looks factor in Fila’s 3-year deal with Aussie

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09/18/00
SportsBusiness Journal: Strong interest may help bring ATP championship back to U.S.

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Tags: New Jersey Devils, NHL, SG Cowen, YankeeNets

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