December 5 - 11, 2016 Vol. 19 — No. 34

Top Stories

  • The 50 Most Influential People In Sports Business

    Adam Silver always seems to be ahead of the game and out front in anticipating the next trends. Across sports, people admire how he continues to make all the right moves in running the NBA and pushing the industry to think differently. The commissioner leads our 2016 Most Influential list.

  • The athlete advocate has never been stronger

    Outspoken athletes have always been a wild card for teams, leagues and their corporate partners. But never quite like now.

  • ‘Suite’ gifts, and even a few ugly ones

    Over the next few weeks, college football players, coaches and, in some cases, VIPs from 50 schools will wander through a gift suite either on campus or at a venue in the bowl’s host city.

  • On Location buys its way into parties

    On Location Experiences, the hospitality firm that was spun off by the NFL more than a year ago, has set out to own the signature events at the year’s biggest game. In the last few months, On Location has been on a buying spree to bring some of the biggest Super Bowl parties and concerts in-house.

  • How the Pistons joined Red Wings downtown

    The Detroit Pistons’ move downtown represents an aggressive new approach as they leave the comfort of a building they own, the Palace of Auburn Hills, for a facility in a partnership with the Red Wings.

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