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The Sporting 40 Stock Index chart for the week of 3/21/01 – 3/27/01.
NFL hires Kaczynski Barbara Kaczynski was hired by the NFL as the league's chief financial officer. Kaczynski most recently was CFO of Austin, Texas-based Netpliance Inc. Expansion fee doubled T ...
Nike Inc.'s third-quarter earnings came in at 35 cents a share, toward the low end of the 34 cents to 38 cents it told analysts to expect when it amended earnings forecasts last month. It originally had predicted earnings of 50 cents to 55 cents per share, ...
Mitchell Ziets resigned from Legg Mason earlier this month and joined the sports management firm Goal Group Consulting LLC as a partner last Monday. The firm is expected to announce the hire today. Ziets had been with Legg Mason for only two years, consulting teams and cities on stadium-re ...
The Sporting 40 Stock Index chart for the week of 3/14/01 – 3/20/01.
The Sporting 40 Stock Index chart for the week of 1/31/01 – 2/6/01.
The Sporting 40 Stock Index chart for the week of 1/24/01 – 1/30/01.
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St. Louis stadium team sought St. Louis Comptroller Darlene Green sent out requests for qualifications of investment banks and law firms interested in representing the city in its negotiations with the St. Louis Cardinals regarding a proposed $370 million new stadium. P.G. ...
SG Cowen could approve a $20 million loan to a group led by Steve Ellman to buy the Phoenix Coyotes as early as this week, ending a long-running effort by the developer to buy the team. With another $40 million from Sumitomo Bank and $60 million in equity already secured, Ellman's group, w ...