When Jeff Fluhr and Eric Baker came up with the idea for StubHub as first-year students at Stanford business school in 2000, they identified three characteristics that made ticket resale a prime opportunity.
Editor's note: This story is updated from the print edition. The Pac-12 is on pace to become the first major college conference to update all of its football stadiums and basketball arenas with full wireless capability.
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Don Porter, co-president of the World Baseball Softball Confederation, says he didn’t have a rooting interest in yesterday’s 2020 Olympic host city competition, but he expects the decision to award the Games to Tokyo to provide a boost for baseball...
Pepsi is mounting what it’s calling its biggest NFL marketing offensive yet. For the first time, the company will link America’s biggest sports property with all of its Pepsi-branded beverages — Pepsi, Pepsi Max, Pepsi Next and Diet Pepsi.
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