November 25 - December 1, 2013 Vol. 16 — No. 32

Top Stories

  • How you see it: 9th Annual Reader Survey

    We asked readers to sound off on nearly 100 questions about the state of the sports business, and their responses provide an interesting perspective on the industry.

  • The birth of a program

    Peers of AD Judy Rose told her she was crazy to start a football program at UNC Charlotte. But, Rose says, "Perception-wise, it makes you more of a complete university and more of a complete athletic program.”

  • Canada to deliver for NHL

    The NHL is crafting a series of Canadian television deals that could increase its average annual rights fees to more than $350 million, while creating a Sunday night telecast franchise for the league.

  • Molson Coors to sell its stake in Rockies

    Molson Coors is selling its nearly 15 percent stake in the Colorado Rockies to Arizona developer Jay Stein, ending the equity ownership the brewer has held in the club since the team’s inception in 1991.

  • Martin’s case ‘unique, in a number of ways’

    Attorney David Cornwell, who represents Miami Dolphins lineman Jonathan Martin, says Martin's situation and the NFL’s investigation into his allegations have implications far beyond sports.

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