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What I Like: Joe De Sena, Spartan Race

04 / 14 / 14

PROFESSIONAL What I Like … Photo by: SPARTAN RACE ■ An influential person in my career: Al Cappucci, who begged me to join a firm on Wall Street, which led to my starti...

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03/31/14
Faces and Places

Lynx will sport Mayo Clinic name The Minnesota Lynx announced a sponsorship with Mayo Clinic that includes the team’s jerseys. At the Target Center March 17 were the Lynx’s Roger Griffith, Cheryl Reeve, Maya Moore ...

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03/31/14
Plugged In: Francisco Aguilar

Las Vegas attorney Francisco Aguilar was elected chairman of the Nevada Athletic Commission on Halloween of last year. Two months later, he accepted the resignation of Keith Kizer, who had served as executive director of the group for seven years. As a result, Aguilar, whose day job is as general c ...

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03/31/14
People: Executive transactions

Baseball MLB named David Hochman business public relations specialist. Hochman was manager of media relations and marketing for the NASL’s New York Cosmos. The San Francisco Giants named Jeffrey Leonar d community ambassador. Leonard played 14 years in MLB. The Seattle Marin ...

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03/31/14
The Sit-Down: David Lubars

A consumer used to be, for lack of a better word, a victim. Stuff came at them they had to take. It was all designed by magic brands behind the curtain giving you the image of the product and you just took it. Now consumers can flick away whatever they don’t want to see. They loo ...

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03/24/14
People: Executive transactions

Baseball The Arizona Diamondbacks named Mike Feder coordinator of southern Arizona special projects. Feder was general manager of the Class AAA Pacific Coast League’s Tucson (Ariz.) Padres, now the El Paso (Texas) Chihuahuas. The Cleveland Indians named Matt Kata manager of you ...

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03/24/14
Plugged In: Neil Paine

Last December, Neil Paine became one of the first writers hired for ESPN’s FiveThirtyEight website, which ultimately launched last week. Paine is a senior writer and analyst for the site, hired for his “statistical and technical skills” — as said by the site’s editor-i ...

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03/17/14
People: Executive transactions

Baseball The Chicago Cubs named former MLB pitcher Ted Lilly special assistant to president of baseball operations Theo Epstein and general manager Jed Hoyer. The Seattle Mariners named Joe Myhra vice president of ballpark operations. Myhra was director of maintenance for Safeco Fiel ...

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03/17/14
Plugged In: Jason Masherah

Upper Deck last month kicked off a slew of marketing initiatives to mark the company’s 25th anniversary. The man behind the celebration is Jason Masherah, who was appointed president of the trading card company last year and has been with the Carlsbad, Calif., business since 2006. He’s ...

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03/17/14
Faces and Places

Touring the Cactus League Colorado Rockies owner, Chairman and CEO Dick Monfort, left, joins Frontier Airlines President and CEO Dave Siegel, and Greg Feasel, Rockies executive vice president and chief operating officer, at th ...

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03/10/14
15 rounds with ‘Rocky’ musical

Yo, can a musical version of “Rocky” go the distance on Broadway? That’s the bet of the producers of the show, which opens Thursday at the Winter Garden Theatre — home of earlier mega-hits like “Cats” and “Mamma Mia.” ...

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