April 30 - May 6, 2012 Vol. 15 — No. 3

Top Stories

  • Concessionaire Centerplate back on the market

    Centerplate, one of the big four in sports concessions, is for sale again, according to a document issued by an investment bank and sent to prospective buyers.

  • IMG in talks to buy roughly one-third of Bloomberg Sports

    IMG is in talks to invest $6 million to $8 million in Bloomberg Sports, a move that would give the global sports and entertainment company a minority stake in Bloomberg’s fast-growing fantasy and professional sports management group.

  • In-Depth: Legal Team

    Sports lawyers hold a rising level of influence as deals become more complex and the risks more pronounced. Meet some of the lawyers who have made names for themselves in sports and see why they are worth watching in the years ahead.

  • NBA proves to be solid rebounder

    While 20 percent of the NBA season and $400 million in league revenue was lost to the two-month lockout, there were enough story lines for the NBA this season to nearly match last year’s average attendance and to deliver record television audiences on TNT, ABC and NBA TV.

  • Dolphins’ Ross and NFL vets launch Insignia

    Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross and three NFL marketing veterans are launching what they are calling a new model of sports and entertainment marketing agency.

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