October 29 - November 4, 2012 Vol. 15 — No. 28

Top Stories

  • Newest NYC venue has a vibe of its own

    Barclays Center’s exterior frame of weathered steel firmly welds the new arena to Brooklyn’s industrial heritage, but the first thing that catches an observer’s eye is something new: the oculus, an age-old architectural element, updated for the digital age.

  • In his third lockout, Bettman maneuvers with owners’ backing

    Commissioner Gary Bettman, the architect of the current NHL lockout now in its second month, is in the eye of the storm while players, fans and media commentators question his judgment.

  • How plan for F1 in NY/NJ stalled in stretch

    The postponement of a Formula One race planned for New Jersey ends a turbulent effort punctuated by a back-and-forth exchange between the race organizer, who insisted the race would happen in 2013, and F1’s top executive, who questioned the event’s viability.

  • Sales boost confidence in dynamic pricing

    San Francisco Giants officials are looking to strengthen their aggressive entry into dynamic pricing after a scorching resale market for World Series tickets set records last week.

  • ‘Undercover Boss’ brings changes at Modell’s

    Mitchell Modell is one of the most familiar figures in the business of sports. But thanks to the "Undercover Boss" makeup department, he went unrecognized as an employee at Modell's Sporting Goods, and learned a few things about his company and his workers.

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