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March 07, 2011 | Fox Business Matt Egan FOXBusiness The swarm of superstars leaving their West Coast teams for the bright lights of big East Coast markets like New York may have restored the National Basketball Associations’s geographical balance of power, but it has also thrown a harsh spotlight on the gap between the league’s richest...
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January 18, 2011 | Bend Bulletin Tim Doran The Bulletin Marshall Glickman, CEO of G2 Strategic and the former Portland Trail Blazers president, has moved his international sports marketing and consulting business to Bend and become involved in community activities, such as serving on the board of Arts Central. Glickman is seen here at The Oxford...
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January 14, 2011 | Bend Bulletin Ben Salmon The Bulletin Marshall Glickman, CEO of G2 Strategic and the former Portland Trail Blazers president, has moved his international sports marketing and consulting business to Bend and become involved in community activities, such as serving on the board of Arts Central. Glickman is seen here at The Oxford...
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December 10, 2010 | Fox Business Matt Egan FOXBusiness Stung by mounting franchise debt, the Big Easy’s nasty post-Katrina hangover and an overwhelming preference for the NFL’s Saints, the New Orleans Hornets mmay soon be forced to skip town. This threat was highlighted earlier this week when the National Basketball Association swept in to take over...
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September 20, 2010 | Fox Business Matt Egan FOXBusiness Taking a page from the business world’s playbook, at least one NFL franchise has jumped into the game of gathering real-time information on customers, becoming an early-adopter of technology that could develop into a mainstay in stadiums around the country. Thanks to a newly-installed command center that...
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June 25, 2010 | Fox Business Matt Egan FOXBusiness The NBA Finals have been over for more than a week, but the biggest battle in pro basketball is just heating up as the sports world gears up for LeBron Watch — one of the most highly-anticipated and lucrative free-agency sweepstakes ever. The winner of the LeBron...
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May 12, 2010 | Eugene Weekly Civic Stadium plan includes pro men’s and women’s soccer By Suzi Steffen Eugene sports fans used to cheering for home runs at Civic Stadium should prepare to yell “Goooooooooal!” instead. If a “conceptual” plan put forth by Save Civic Stadium and the former president of Portland’s Trail Blazers works out,...
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May 11, 2010 | Eugene Register Guard It’s tempting to jump directly to the end of a long process mapped by consultant Marshall Glickman for saving Civic Stadium from the wrecking ball, and conclude that Eugene voters would never approve a bond issue for a $70 million sports and entertainment venue. Before a vote could occur,...
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May 08, 2010 | Eugene Register Guard A sports consultant envisions a place for professional soccer, entertainment and community recreation By EDWARD RUSSO To save Eugene’s Civic Stadium, the historic ballpark should be converted from a baseball stadium to a $70 million home for professional soccer, entertainment and community recreation, a consultant recommends. But private money...
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December 18, 2009 | Fox Business Matt Egan FOXBusiness Despite being the U.S. sports world’s biggest success story, and drawing viewers from more than 200 countries, the National Football League doesn’t have a franchise outside its borders due to a confluence of complications that such a move could cause. But within the next decade it’s very...
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