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NFL negotiations

Feb 23, 2006
The NFL's collective bargaining agreement with its players doesn't expire for another year. But as Business of Sports commentator David Carter tells Tess Vigeland, both sides are already honing their positions.
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Cross country woes

Feb 22, 2006
The US Cross Country Ski Team has been suffering a serious medal drought. Jason Paur looks at how the team is hoping to change its fortunes with a new spending plan.
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The Olympic audience

Feb 21, 2006
The number of prime-time viewers for NBC's Olympic broadcasts is down after more than one week of the Winter Games. But as Rachel Dornhelm reports, the network is hoping for a turnaround with the start of the women's figure skating competition today.
Posted In: Canada, Sports

Real estate's come-from-behind win in Park City

Feb 20, 2006
Park City, Utah, hosted numerous events during the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympics. Many realtors predicted a housing boom to come with the Games. It came... but not until a while later. Robin Sussingham reports.
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Olympics ratings fall down

Feb 16, 2006
So far, the 2006 Winter Olympics have been a big ratings disappointment for NBC. Kai Ryssdal speaks with our Business of Sports analyst Diana Nyad about the future of the Games on television.
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Olympic technology

Feb 16, 2006
Electronics companies like Samsung and Panasonic are using Olympic athletes to test out new technologies, such as a cell phone that can be converted into a TV console. Janet Babin has more.
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Spring Training

Feb 16, 2006
As teams report for Spring Training in advance of the 2006 Major League Baseball season, Curt Nichisch reports that league revenues are expected to be higher this year than last.
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ABC, NBC, Al Michaels, and...

Feb 13, 2006
... a cartoon rabbit? Newsweek Wall Street editor Allan Sloan and Scott Jagow discuss the business implications of Disney and NBC's recent swap of sportscaster Al Michaels for a cartoon character.
Posted In: Sports, Wall Street

Hockey scandal

Feb 13, 2006
While professional hockey tries to recover from last year's lost season, a betting scandal has erupted that threatens the league's image. Tess Vigeland looks at the possible fallout.
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Olympic endorsement deals

Feb 10, 2006
Business of sports commentator Diana Nyad looks at which athletes are likely to get big endorsement deals out of this year's Winter Games with Scott Jagow.
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