January 27 - February 2, 2014 Vol. 16 — No. 39

Top Stories

  • Champions 2014: Rick Hendrick

    For NASCAR team owner Rick Hendrick, the simple concept of 'whatever you need' has proved to be the key to his long-term success.

  • For Super Bowl sponsors, it's go big or don't go

    During Super Bowl week, the marketing world’s attention focuses on the TV ads crafted for the NFL’s championship, and brands spend millions producing ads that they hope will shine. Delivering the message this year is made even more challenging in the nation’s biggest city.

  • Security takes the spotlight

    News around the Sochi Olympics last week began with reports of “black widows” and ended with a flurry of stories about families of athletes and fans canceling trips to the Games.

  • NFL weighs value of Thursday nights

    If NFL Network fails to carry a minimum number of NFL regular-season games, the league stands to lose tens of millions of dollars each month in cable carriage fees, according to several sources who have seen the league’s affiliate deals.

  • Lions’ variable pricing will be a first for NFL

    The Detroit Lions are expected today to unveil a pricing plan for 2014 that will make them the first NFL team to implement variable ticket pricing for the regular season and that slashes the price of tickets for their preseason games by 70 percent.

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