December 17 - 23, 2012 Vol. 15 — No. 35

Top Stories

  • NFL shifts Thursday landscape

    The NFL’s decision to expand the number of Thursday night games from seven to 13 and start the schedule in September has had a cascading affect on the rest of the TV sports landscape.

  • 2012: The Year in Sports Business

    As 2012 draws to a close, we look at the stories, events and newsmakers that helped define the year in sports business.

  • Your guide to NHL’s point of no return

    With so many issues in the NHL lockout unsettled, and with the season seemingly hanging in the balance, we offer a look at where things stand and, perhaps more critically, where they may be headed in the coming weeks.

  • Coke’s London legacy: Higher sales

    Marketing around the London Games helped boost Coca-Cola’s case volume worldwide and reduced the company’s promotional expenses by more than $30 million in the third quarter.

  • StubHub won’t surrender MLB opt-outs

    The Yankees, Angels and Cubs elected to opt out of the new secondary ticketing deal between StubHub and MLBAM. But StubHub plans to remain an active marketplace for tickets to all three teams, setting up a powerful consumer battle next season.

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