The News Review:
- New York Times Tops Estimates; Red Sox Stake for Sale
- Court: Cheerleading a Contact Sport Injured Holmen Teen Can’t Sue
- Super Bowl Media Day Among Sports’ Most Meaningless Events
- Sports betting lottery could return to Delaware
- Sports buzz: Sampson appeals NCAA ruling
- Sports Digest
New York Times Tops Estimates; Red Sox Stake for Sale
Earnings were 36 cents a share excluding costs related to jobcuts and an asset writedown compared with the 29-cent averageestimate of seven analysts surveyed by Bloomberg. Sales fell 11percent to $772 million the publisher said today in a statement. The Red Sox stake may be worth $162 million according to. New York Times is tryingto raise money as more readers search for news over the Internetwhere advertising is less lucrative. The company facing theexpiration of a $400 million credit facility in May has cut itsdividend and is in discussions to sell part of its headquarters.
Court: Cheerleading a Contact Sport Injured Holmen Teen Can’t Sue
Noffke filed a lawsuit against the teammate who was spotting her Kevin Bakke the school district and its insurer. After several appeals the Wisconsin Supreme Court says they can't do that. “Everyone agreed that it was a sport” says La Crosse attorney Kara Burgos who represented Bakke. “What the issue came down to was whether the legislature wanted activities such as cheerleading to be equal to other sports such as football wrestling what people commonly think of as “contact sports. ” State law protects students in contact sports from legal actions. This ruling puts cheerleading and possible injuries like Noffke's in the same category as other high school conatct sports. “Cheerleading is a very dangerous activity and the ruling seems to call for potential legislative response about how to hold the school responsible” says Tracy Tool Noffke's attorney.
Super Bowl Media Day Among Sports’ Most Meaningless Events
Hartford Courant United States
Just three days until the Super Bowl — the actual football game — begins and the unbearable NFL white noise ends. Super Bowl week is all about overkill and fluff with Tuesday’s "media day" at the top of the list. The annual freak show tops our list of overrated and meaningless events in the world of sports.
Sports betting lottery could return to Delaware
But at a House committee briefing administration officials cautioned that they are less concerned about getting a game in place rapidly than in developing one that will be successful. The state unsuccessfully experimented with a sports betting lottery in the late 1970s.
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Sports buzz: Sampson appeals NCAA ruling
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The move comes despite what Bodenheimer called a record year for ESPN in 2008. ESPN recently showed its muscle by outbidding everyone in November for the rights to televise the Bowl Championship Series for four years starting in 2011. The National Transportation Safety Board said the organization let one of its aircraft take off without checking an electrical problem reported the day before.
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Baltimore Sun United States
digest291jan2907785120. com reported the akland Raiders decided the interim tag on coach Tom Cable would be removed. Not so fast the Raiders said. “We have not made a decision at this time” akland senior executive John Herrera said. “That’s really all I can say. ” A source close to Cable said the interim head coach had yet to be told he is the Raiders’ choice.