March 7 - 13, 2016 Vol. 18 — No. 45

Top Stories

  • Champions 2016: Joseph Cohen

    An entrepreneurial spirit allowed Joe Cohen get his start in sports, and loyalty helped him become a pioneer in the cable TV industry.

  • Gift suite adds to Men’s Final Four

    A gift suite — a shopping-spree-like experience that’s become increasingly associated with college football bowl games — is coming to the Men’s Final Four.

  • Indian Wells is blooming in the desert

    Larry Ellison has made the BNP Paribas Open bloom with rows of flowers and plants befitting the Indian Wells Tennis Garden name. But that investment is a mere drop in the $200 million bucket Ellison has lavished on the annual event that begins this week.

  • MLS stadiums seek room to grow

    Across many Major League Soccer markets, the profile of the clubs and the league has risen at such a pace that teams face the question of whether their stadiums can fit that growing demand.

  • Media pioneer Einhorn lauded by industry titans

    Eddie Einhorn, who died Feb. 24 at the age of 80, was a sports media pioneer, celebrated by some of the legends in sports business for a career that orchestrated the earliest regional sports networks and league-owned channels.

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