April 18 - 24, 2016 Vol. 19 — No. 2

Top Stories

  • L.A. no easy score for Rams

    The Rams’ move from St. Louis to a planned $2.6 billion stadium complex in suburban Inglewood, Calif., was widely championed at the CAA World Congress of Sports in Los Angeles as a market-shifting event. But the franchise is likely facing a short honeymoon.

  • Power Players: Design and Development

    In our inaugural Power Players section, we recognize the leaders in facility design and construction. From architects and engineers to construction firms and owner’s reps, they bring dreams to reality.

  • Early money keys NCAA’s new TV deal

    A chunk of the NCAA’s eight-year, $8.8 billion extension with CBS and Turner will be paid early, before the new terms actually take effect in 2025.

  • MLS seeks to buy back stake from Providence

    Major League Soccer has approached Providence Equity Partners about buying back the investor’s stake in Soccer United Marketing.

  • Rhone taps into high-end ‘athleisure’ market

    Some prominent sports business executives get behind Rhone as its line of upscale men’s “athleisure” activewear finds success.

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