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Brain study goes forward without NFL support

By Laurie Bennett   |   December 23, 2015 at 5:31am   |   0 Comments

The funding arm of the National Institutes of Health has come under unusual scrutiny for its role, still vague, in the decision to exclude National Football League money from a grant to study the impact of head injuries in contact sports.

NFL hires former Obama administration official

By Muckety   |   September 16, 2014 at 12:09pm   |   0 Comments

The National Football League, facing widespread criticism for its handling of domestic abuse cases against players, has hired a former Obama administration official who helped to write the Violence Against Women Act.

Brotherly love at the Jones Dome?

By Muckety   |   November 25, 2013 at 3:40am   |   0 Comments

Sometimes family relations are best viewed in a gif.

The NFL - owned by billionaires, led by millionaires, financed by the public

By Laurie Bennett   |   September 24, 2013 at 9:16am   |   0 Comments

National Football League Commissioner Roger Goodell makes $30 million a year as a nonprofit CEO.

Brothers and Super Bowls

By Laurie Bennett   |   February 3, 2013 at 6:50am   |   1 Comments

John and Jim Harbaugh will make history Sunday as the first brothers opposing each other as head coaches in the Super Bowl.

Mays and McCombs, the original Radioheads

By Gary Jacobson   |   October 25, 2007 at 6:22am   |   1 Comments

The radio business has been very good to Lowry Mays and Billie Joe “Red” McCombs.

In 1972, they formed the San Antonio Broadcasting Company to buy an FM station for $125,000.

Thirty-five years later, that company is called Clear Channel Communications and it owns more than 1,000 stations. Its shareholders recently approved a $19.5 billion private equity buyout that values Mays’ stock at more than $1.1 billion and McCombs’ shares at about $190 million. The deal is expected to close before the end of the year.

In early 2000, when Clear Channel shares hit $95, the founders’ stock would have been valued at more than twice as much as now.

Out of the park and into politics

By A. James Memmott   |   October 13, 2007 at 7:33am   |   0 Comments

When Curt Schilling takes to the mound in the American League
Championship series, he’ll be pitching for the Boston Red Sox against
the Cleveland Indians.

Off the field, Schilling is one of a relatively small group of baseball players who are willing to pitch for political candidates.

He campaigned for President Bush in 2004, and earlier this year, he
said he was backing Sen. John McCain of Arizona for the 2008
Republican presidential nomination. However, he added that if Sen. Barack Obama of Illinois were the Democratic candidate he would have a hard time choosing between the two men.


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