January 12 - 18, 2015 Vol. 17 — No. 37

Top Stories

  • In new firm, Pyne sees legacy

    George Pyne, flush with the $250 million raised to launch Bruin Sports Capital, figures he’s got one more good run in him. After healthy stints at IMG and NASCAR, and at 49 years old, “This is my shot," he said.

  • College football's building boom

    Texas A&M, Oklahoma, Notre Dame and Arizona State take on the biggest renovation projects in college sports, banking on the revenue riches of football. Will the math work out?

  • Chargers official: Rams don’t deserve first crack at L.A.

    The San Diego Chargers plan to oppose the potential relocation to the Los Angeles area of the St. Louis Rams, whose owner last week unveiled plans for an 80,000-seat NFL stadium in Inglewood.

  • Catching Up With Paul Godfrey

    Media executive and former Blue Jays chief believes in the power of strong relationships and Toronto as hot sports market.

  • Will Dish’s offering kill cable bundle?

    The announcement that ESPN would be part of Dish Network’s low-cost broadband-only video service sparked questions about whether it marked the beginning of the end of the cable-TV bundle.

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