September 11 - 17, 2017 Vol. 20 — No. 21

Top Stories

  • Game Changers 2017

    They are changing the way you think about sports and the way you watch sports — on any platform. The impact they have on the industry can be measured in professional and college sports, on the biggest stages, and in markets of all sizes from coast to coast and around the world.

  • Why women choose not to negotiate salary

    A recent Turnkey Intelligence survey commissioned by SportsBusiness Journal found that while men and women who work in sports were equally likely to negotiate compensation before accepting a job — with about six out of 10 saying they tried — the women who opted not to negotiate reported different reasons than their male counterparts for not doing so.

  • Amazon gives NFL global feel

    Amazon will put its own stamp on the heavily hyped coverage of the league’s “Thursday Night Football” franchise when it debuts Sept. 28 with the Bears-Packers game.

  • Notre Dame charges into the future

    A variety of improvements at Notre Dame Stadium dramatically shifts what had been a neo-traditional game-day experience, where the Notre Dame marching band provided most of the entertainment for 80,000 fans sitting on wood bench seats.

  • A coach’s life: The patient leadership of Marvin Lewis

    Marvin Lewis leads the Cincinnati Bengals with a steady mix of patience and tenacity.

  • First Look podcast: Game Changers and more

    SBJ’s Abe Madkour, Bill King, and special guest Len Perna of Turnkey discuss the results of a survey of how men and women differ in their approach to salary negotiation.

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