Rory McIlroy's two-stroke victory at the British Open earns ESPN a 2.6 overnight.
Paying The Bills
Bills execs indicate that they expect the sale of the team to fetch at least $1.1B.
The Astros' opt not to sign No. 1 pick Brady Aiken by Friday's deadline.
Picking Up A Tech
Carmelo Anthony launching venture capital firm M7 Tech Partners.
On Board For The Ryder
Sky Sports will open up a dedicated Ryder Cup channel, promising more than 330 hours of coverage.
Losing Popular Support?
F1 concerned by low attendance at Hockenheim event that should have been 'box office gold.'
World Cup bounce for ICC ticket sales, early exit by top nations means rosters will feature big-name players.
Money In The Bank
Dirk Nowitzki extends deal with ING-DiBa, which will also sponsor DBB, wheelchair basketballers.
ON THE ROAD:
Weekend with Stewart-Haas details costs, complexities of NASCAR calendar.
ESPN, HBO, others continue to feed appetite for sports programming.
ON A MISSION:
Hired by the Ducks in 2005, Paddock climbs mountains to help others.
INTO THE MAINSTREAM:
From interest to execution, Brazil was a hit. What's next for soccer in the U.S.?
SBJ/February 2 - 8, 2004/SBJ In Depth
Published February 2, 2004
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