January 19 - 25, 2015 Vol. 17 — No. 38

Top Stories

  • Baseball's statesman

    Bud Selig learned early that being a successful MLB commissioner meant being a successful politician. Here’s how his lobbying changed the game.

  • 1st CFP offers Super Bowl-like aura

    ESPN’s approach to the first College Football Playoff championship game wasn’t to re-create the Super Bowl. But it did want to make it Super Bowl-like.

  • Teams turn to text as quick, simple way to sell tickets

    Several NBA, NHL and college teams are testing a new way to sell single-game tickets through mobile text messages.

  • All-Star Game rejoins NHL’s big-event lineup

    After skipping the last two years, the NHL All-Star Game returns on Sunday in Columbus. It’s a comeback that’s been eagerly anticipated by the league, which once again is looking to capitalize on a spotlight event.

  • With additions, Relativity’s theory is working

    When Relativity Sports CEO Happy Walters put together the practices of rival NFL agents with the agency’s existing football practice, he thought the merger would work, but not this fast.

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