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Sports revenues have soared in recent years thanks to large increases in the price of rights, but can it last?
Patrick Nally tells Roger Blitz how he turned sporting events into global brands and placed them on a sound commercial footing
US sporting events continue to attract large ratings, offering advertisers one of the last reliable opportunities to reach a mass audience
The great rivalries in men’s tennis have wooed the crowds and sponsors, while a new generation of female stars is emerging from the shadows
The Gulf states are pouring money into sport, with Manchester City alone benefiting from $1bn. And their ambitions do not end there
With the weight of having to host both the World Cup and the Olympics, Brazil must ensure that it will be able to deliver without delay
Despite seemingly endless controversies, cricket still has little difficulty attracting blue-chip sponsors
Poland and Ukraine have set the start of the Euro 2012 tournament as their deadline for much-needed nationwide infrastructure projects
A generous budget should make this year’s London Olympics a memorable sporting spectacle, but the future for the facilities remains unclear
It is not unusual for companies to be consumed by economic crises or other calamities, but football clubs have an extraordinary capacity for survival
As pressure increases on sporting bodies to clean up their governance, the reform process is still likely to be a marathon
The competition to come out on top is as strong in the business of sport as it is on the field of play
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