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Date: 
24 April 2014

Formula One chief executive Bernie Ecclestone today launched his defence against charges of bribing a public official as court hearings commenced in Munich that could ultimately result in the 83-year-old losing his long-held status as the motor racing series’ most powerful figure.

  • Date: 
    24 April 2014

    Lagardère Unlimited, the sports marketing division of French media conglomerate Lagardère, has moved to expand its activities in Brazil ahead of the country’s hosting of the 2014 Fifa World Cup national team football tournament and the 2016 summer Olympic Games.

  • Date: 
    24 April 2014

    Michel Platini, president of European football’s governing body Uefa, said he does not expect clubs that breach its Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules to be banned from next season’s Champions League or Europa League club competitions.

  • Date: 
    24 April 2014

    The Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) has become the first international sports league to agree a strategic partnership with the Vixlet technology platform.

  • Date: 
    24 April 2014

    Steve Healy, president of the Tennis Australia national governing body, has called for an overhaul of the Davis and Fed Cup national team tournaments in order to ensure their survival.

  • Date: 
    24 April 2014

    The IMG Motorsport division of the IMG agency has sold the rights to the new World Rallycross Championship to over 30 different broadcasters as the motor racing series approaches its debut season.

Magazine Content

Date: 
17 April 2014

This Saturday (April 19, 2014), Twickenham Stadium will play host to The Stinger – a top-tier English domestic rugby union game between London Wasps and Gloucester. Matt Cutler asked Wasps COO Jeremy Wilton about the benefits of hosting major fixtures away from their Adams Park home.

Date: 
1 April 2014

Experienced tennis executive and new ATP chief Chris Kermode gives Matt Cutler his vision for men’s tennis, and why he wants to turn ATP World Tour events into sports entertainment behemoths.

Date: 
1 April 2014

Sir Philip Craven MBE, IPC (International Paralympic Committee) President, writes exclusively for SportBusiness International.