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Category: Lesson 3.5 – Industry Economics

Bridgestone CEO Backs Safe Tokyo Olympics, Dials Back Marketing

Bridgestone Corp. will support the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympic games as a key sponsor as long as the safety of participants is secured, Chief Executive Officer Shuichi Ishibashi said. The Japanese tiremaker won’t invite guests from overseas, including dealers, for the delayed games, Ishibashi said in an interview. Organizers have already made the

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What the NFL Draft is costing Cleveland and the community

For football fans, the NFL draft is all about the pick and the players. For Cleveland’s civic leaders, it’s all about the visibility and visitors. Click here to read the story at wkyc.com. Discussion Questions: What is economic impact? How is economic impact measured? What is an economic impact study?

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How on Earth Are They Going to Pull Off the Olympics?

If there’s one thing we know about sports in 2021, it’s that there will be sports in 2021. (Well, more sports than we’ve already had in the past week. Go, Bills!) 2020 made sure of that. If the NFL and college football — in which 22 competitors breathe heavily into

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