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What is the role of business in restoring integrity in sports?

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 10 / 24 / 16

S imilar to laws and regulations in business, without rules, the game of sport is dead. Think about it. Throwing a ball is just throwing a ball — until you devise a method for determining a winner, specify which ball to use, and draw a line ...

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