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NHL's ratings still in the deep freeze

Apr 19, 2007
Attendance at its games remains strong, but the National Hockey League's TV audience is a fraction of what it once was. Sports-business analyst Ed Derse discusses the NHL's challenges with host Bob Moon.
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LA v. Chicago decision at hand

Apr 12, 2007
This weekend, the U.S. Olympic Committee will choose which city gets to move forward with America's bid to host the 2016 Olympics. And it's going to be a tough decision says USC's David Carter.
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Swimming championships hardly make a splash

Mar 29, 2007
Swimmers get plenty of attention during the Olympics but, otherwise, the sport suffers from four-year dry spells. Our business-of-sports analyst Diana Nyad's been watching coverage of the World Swimming Championships.
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Go endorse 'em, Tiger

Mar 29, 2007
Tiger Woods is the most marketable active athlete by a long shot — and he still will be five years from now, according to a survey of sports business and media execs. So what is it that makes him the gold standard of sports endorsement?
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Coaches advance through the salary brackets

Mar 23, 2007
College basketball coaches are already among the highest-paid employees at universities — but taking a team to the Sweet 16 and beyond can propel them into a whole new salary league.
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Building an Olympic edge

Mar 16, 2007
U.S. officials decide a month from now whether Los Angeles or Chicago gets to move forward with America's bid to host the 2016 Olympics. Both cities insist they'll make money on the deal, but one may face much less financial risk.
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The tip-off to a productivity drop

Mar 15, 2007
March Madness kicked off today, and distractions abound in the workplace. There's the office pool, the live games streaming on the computer . . . It does some damage to the bottom line.
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March Madness profits on demand

Mar 15, 2007
The NCAA Tournament jumps into full swing today and big-time revenues are a slam dunk for partners like CBS — not to mention peripheral players like beer sellers.
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Steroid scandal may be out of juice

Mar 1, 2007
Last year, alleged steroid abuse overshadowed Barry Bonds' career. But as Major League Baseball's spring training rolls out for 2007, do people still care? Bob Moon talks to our business of sports analyst Diana Nyad.
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Dodgers to slide spring training to Arizona

Mar 1, 2007
The Los Angeles Dodgers plan to move their training camp from Vero Beach, Florida to Glendale, Arizona in 2009 — and it's probably a smart business move from any seat in the stands says David Carter.
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