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Role of sports business is growing at the nation’s top-ranked B-schools

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 07 / 24 / 17

George Foster had been a professor at Stanford’s business school for about a dozen years, long enough to be established after moving to the States from Australia, when the sports bug tugged at him hard enough that he thought about developing a sports management course. Fond of the co-teachi...

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