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Kermode shares his take on ATP

04 / 14 / 14

Chris Kermode in January became the fifth leader of the ATP since its current incarnation in 1990. He took over for the late Brad Drewett, a popular ex-player who won steep prize money increases from the Grand Slam events before his 15-month tenu...

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NBA owners wrestle with revenue sharing

As NBA owners figure out how much revenue they are willing to split with today’s players, a difficult and sometimes fractious set of internal negotiations must be completed as ownership tackles a major new business strategy: how to split more revenue among themselves. For months, the NBA’s 10-membe ...

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Li's success buoys Chinese tennis

Sixty-five million people in China watched the Australian Open final featuring their countrywoman Li Na, according to the WTA Tour, which cited CSM Media Research, a TV ratings agency that is a unit of WPP. GETTY IMAGES Li Na made a run to the Australian Open final. For context, ...

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NFL has $4B in media fees

The NFL is not budgeted to use the $4 billion in media fees that are at the center of a bitter dispute with the players union until a potential second year of a lockout, according to two well-placed sources. The NFL Players Association has appealed to a federal district court judge a special master ...

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All-Star Game back with a bang

The NHL All-Star Game, which took a hiatus in 2010 due to the Vancouver Olympics, returned this year with robust viewership, an innovative new event in the All-Star Draft and a high level of engagement from the host city, Raleigh. Nielsen ratings for the Jan. 30 telecast on Ver ...

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NFLPA party on

The NFL Players Association has traditionally held two parties Super Bowl week: one for the players and one VIP sponsor party. The union last year combined those two parties into one in order to save money, said Keith Gordon, president of NFL Players, the union’s marketing and licensing arm. This y ...

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Teams make contingency plans

Editor's note: This story is revised from the print edition. The Houston Texans created a CBA response team. Several teams have furloughs lined up starting March 4 when the league may be operating without a labor deal, while most teams wrote into coaches contracts reduced pay for 2011 if game ...

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Big game, bigger issues

After Sunday's big game, 25 days remain before the NFL's collective-bargaining agreement expires, setting up a make or break deadline. Or is it? Perhaps the least-appreciated aspect of the long-running and vitriolic public battle between the NFL and the players union is the significance of March 4 ...

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2011 NFL season predictions

In light of the current labor negotiations, how do you see the 2011 NFL season unfolding? “The NFL season will start on time with perhaps a shortened training camp/preseason schedule. There’s too much money at stake, not just with the teams and lea ...

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NFL labor: The issues

Here are how the NFL and NFLPA view key components of the labor talks

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Bornstein tops NFL pay scale

Commissioner was only the third-highest paid exec at the NFL in its most recent fiscal year.

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