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

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Advocacy Group Seeks To File Brief In NFL Concussion Settlement Case

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 23 / 14

Advocacy group Public Citizen asked the Third Circuit Court of Appeals today for permission to file a friend of the court brief supporting the objections filed by seven former NFLers to the preliminary approval of the class action concussion settlement. The seven players earlier this week objected t...

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06/13/14
SportsBusiness Daily: U.S. Open Unveils Visit Orlando Sponsorship

The U.S. Open Tennis Championships formally unveiled its sponsorship with Visit Orlando Friday morning at a luncheon in midtown Manhattan. The sponsorship is tied into the USTA's plan to build a tennis complex in Orlando by late '16. The sponsorship though is a separate contract, and Visit Orlando w ...

06/09/14
SportsBusiness Journal: USTA near Open Series extension

The U.S. Tennis Association is close to renewing its partnership with eight American tournaments to extend the Emirates Airline U.S. Open Series through 2018. The current pact runs through August. The media campaign for the U.S. Open Series breaks this week, with ticket sales tied into the USTA-o ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies

06/09/14
SportsBusiness Journal: Filings: EA’s payments to NFLPA plummet

In the two years before the 2011 NFL lockout, Electronic Arts, which sells the hugely popular “Madden” video game series, paid the NFL Players Association $68.6 million for the rights to use images of NFL players. EA had long been a primary source of group licensing revenue for the unio ...

Tags: Labor and Agents

06/02/14
SportsBusiness Journal: NFL retirees question $675M figure

It’s been nearly five months since a federal court judge sought more information to determine whether a proposed settlement of concussion litigation brought against the NFL includes sufficient compensation. Under terms of the settlement, players would directly get $675 million over 65 years, w ...

Tags: Law and Politics

06/02/14
SportsBusiness Journal: Glazer: ‘Pioneer’ with low profile

Malcom Glazer in a 2006 photo Photo by: GETTY IMAGES Tampa Bay Buccaneers owner Malcolm Glazer, who died last week at age 85, took a downtrodden franchise in an outdated stadium and i ...

Tags: People and Pop Culture

05/26/14
SportsBusiness Journal: Rooney’s influence spans years, oceans

When Dan Rooney served as ambassador to Ireland during President Barack Obama’s first term, he would often receive phone calls from the Irish and British sports press. Such was his renown as an American sports ownership legend that the ambassador to one of the United States’ top allies w ...

Tags: Sports Business Awards

05/26/14
SportsBusiness Journal: NFL has stake in YinzCam

YinzCam, the in-stadium app developer Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross is suing but also is negotiating to acquire, counts the NFL as an equity stakeholder in the company. The NFL four years ago quietly traded in-stadium licensing rights for the league’s RedZone channel to YinzCam in excha ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies

05/21/14
On The Ground: Dan Rooney accepts Lifetime Achievement Award to standing ovation

Dan Rooney said thank you in Irish to begin his acceptance of his Lifetime Achievement Award, a nod to his heritage and to his time as ambassador to Ireland in President Barack Obama’s first term. The audience gave the legendary owner of the Steelers a rousing standing ovation, and NFL Comm ...

Tags: On The Ground

05/21/14
On The Ground: Sports Facility of the Year: Madison Square Garden

Madison Square Garden has long touted itself as the “world’s most famous arena,” but it also was, after many years in service, considered by many to be a creaky dinosaur. No more. Madison Square Garden won the Sports Business Award for 2014 Sports Facility of the Year after a th ...

Tags: On The Ground

05/20/14
SportsBusiness Daily: NFL Selects Minneapolis For Super Bowl LII

In a big surprise, Minneapolis won the right to host Super Bowl LII in '18, on the fourth vote by NFL owners this afternoon. New Orleans had long been considered the favorite. Indianapolis was eliminated first, and Minneapolis won when the voting went to simple majority. Minneapolis will have a new ...

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