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ESPN's Stephen A. Smith Issues Apology for Domestic Violence Rant [Updated]

Says it was the 'most egregious error' of his career

UPDATE: ESPN announced Tuesday that Stephen A. Smith will be off First Take and ESPN Radio until Aug. 6. Calling himself “foolish” and “wrong,” ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith apologized Monday for…

Jamie Horowitz Jumps From ESPN to NBC’s Today Show

Veteran producer joins the morning wars on Dec. 1

The worst-kept secret in morning news officially was let out of the bag today, as NBC confirmed that veteran ESPN producer Jamie Horowitz will take the helm at the Today…

Final BCS Title Game Is One for the Ages

Epic FSU-Auburn tilt draws 25.6 million viewers

College football’s oft-derided Bowl Championship Series went out on a high note Monday night, as the thrilling Florida State-Auburn showdown proved to be one of the most-watched programs in cable…

Nate Silver Dumps New York Times for ESPN

FiveThirtyEight wunderkind joins forces with sports giant

The New York Times has let statistics wunderkind Nate Silver slip from its grasp, much to the delight of ESPN and ABC News. Silver, the political number cruncher who predicted the…

Kawasaki and 'Lone Ranger' Ride Together in Multifaceted Campaign

Motorcycle brand also partners with Subway

If you've never throttled-up a dirt bike or a four-wheeler across an open terrain but have ridden a horse, well, they're similarly bumpy-but-fun experiences. So Kawasaki's new partnership with Disney's…

ESPN Lays Off More Than 100 Employees

Rare cost-cutting measure for Disney’s sports giant

ESPN on Tuesday began making a significant reduction of its work force, laying off more than 100 employees at its Bristol, Conn., headquarters and in at least one regional technology…

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