August 3 - 9, 2015 Vol. 18 — No. 16

Top Stories

  • Drones: Friend or foe?

    Improvements in technology have made unmanned aircraft more prevalent in the skies over major league stadiums. Are drones a marketing opportunity, a security risk, or both?

  • Can USOC get over Boston?

    U.S. Olympic Committee CEO Scott Blackmun and Chairman Larry Probst spent years rebuilding international relationships and goodwill. They'll need it amid the firestorm of criticism after the aborted Boston 2024 bid.

  • Leiweke’s hire seen as boon for Goodell

    The NFL's hiring of Tod Leiweke as COO drew industry praise and should allow Commissioner Roger Goodell to focus more on the big picture of what is now a $12 billion-a-year enterprise.

  • Nike commits $6.2B to sports deals

    Nike’s financial obligations to sports teams, leagues, associations, colleges and athletes reached nearly $6.2 billion as of May 31, up a whopping 32 percent over the same time a year before.

  • Rio's economy is a work in progress

    As construction continues on Olympic venues, Brazil’s once red-hot economy is in a tailspin. What difference will a year make in the countdown to Rio 2016?

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