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December 11, 2009 | Fox Business Matt Egan FOXBusiness After more than two weeks of rumors about his alleged infidelities, the pristine image of Tiger Woods has been shattered. Few sports fans, or non-sports fans, will ever think of him in the same light — simply as the greatest golfer on the planet. Instead, they will...
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May 29, 2009 | Fox Business Matt Egan FOXBusiness The sports world’s dream NBA Finals matchup is slowly slipping through its fingers, potentially costing the league a chance to capture the nation’s full attention in a way it hasn’t since the days of Michael Jordan. While basketball fans, players and presumably league and network execs prayed...
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May 21, 2009 | Fox Business Matt Egan FOXBusiness Relegated to relative obscurity earlier this decade, the National Hockey League appears to be in the midst of a renaissance this spring, underscored by double-digit growth in playoff TV ratings and a noticeable buzz emanating throughout the sports world. Kick-started by an economic overhaul during the painful...
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February 3, 2008 | Fox Business Matt Egan FOXBusiness NEW YORK — “Live from London, welcome to the Super Bowl.” Might those words soon be uttered by TV broadcasters at the first ever Super Bowl held outside the U.S.? “We know there is tremendous interest by a number of cities here in the U.S. and in...
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January 16, 2008 | Fox Business Kathryn Glass FOXBusiness As long-term leases approach expiration, many professional sports franchises that have enjoyed years of love and support from fans in the cities where they got their start begin requesting, or rather demanding, a facility upgrade. But even though some venues may need to be rebuilt, many city...
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December 24, 2007 | Sports Business Journal Marshall Glickman CEO / G2 Strategic That the AEG arenas in London and Berlin stimulate a wave of new venues in Europe, and that the European venues are intelligently designed for flexibility, customer convenience and profits. Also, that professional tennis aligns its interests so that all of the parties...
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December 10, 2007 | Sports Business Journal “What books, CDs, DVDs or gadgets do you hope to receive for the holidays, and what will you be buying as gifts?” Marshall Glickman CEO / G2 STRATEGIC Hoping for iPhone, iPod Nano (after just getting the 160GB “classic”) and John Callahan’s new novel, “A Man You Could Love.”
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April 30, 2007 | Sports Business Journal FOUR SCORES?: A former NBA team president, a former sports agent, the Dallas Mavericks’ all-time leading scorer and a national sports facility designer have formed an alliance to compete for arena and stadium projects that serve as anchors for urban development. Marshall Glickman, Portland Trail Blazers president from 1994-95...
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December 4, 2006 | Sports Business Journal Marshall Glickman has a unique perspective on the international sports landscape, having worked on both sides of the Atlantic in various capacities. He started early in his career at the NBA, rising to broadcasting coordinator and director of media sales. He was president of the Trail Blazers and the...
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May 11, 2006 | Business Week Le Basket Struggles To Score It’s an uphill battle for lesser teams, but hoops are gaining momentum in Europe By Carol Matlack It’s a Saturday night at the Pierre de Coubertin arena in Paris, and home team Paris Basket Racing is struggling to score. “Execute, execute!” coach Gordy Herbert pleads...
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