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Movie to chronicle life of athlete manager Denise White

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 02 / 08 / 16

J ennifer Aniston has signed up to play her, and the movie title is “The Fixer,” but athlete manager Denise White says she won’t be telling any sports business secrets in the film about her life. “Oh, God no,” ...

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