July 28 - August 3, 2014 Vol. 17 — No. 15

Top Stories

  • Does IMG College face shifts in marketplace?

    Changes in the college marketplace promise more competition in two areas where IMG College has traditionally been dominant — multimedia rights and licensing.

  • They dreamed of careers in sports. How did it work out?

    We check in on a group of sports business MBA students from Arizona State 10 years after they were featured in the pages of SportsBusiness Journal. All said they saw a career in sports as a way to turn avocation into vocation. Where are they now?

  • The player’s been traded, so now what happens?

    MLB players know what the July 31 deadline can bring: a new uniform, a new ballpark — a new home. It takes a well-choreographed, behind-the-scenes effort to send a player overnight (or on the same day) to a new team.

  • NBA Kings sign lucrative TV extension

    The Sacramento Kings have signed a 20-year media rights extension with NBC Sports Group worth between $690 million and $700 million.

  • NFL near signing Nationwide as sponsor

    The NFL is close to adding Nationwide Insurance to a category in which it already has a sponsor, allowing it to extract more money from a hypercompetitive category.

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