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Category: Lesson 3.5 – Industry Economics

What happens to Masters merchandise when there are no fans?

The 2020 rendition of the Masters will mark many firsts, but the most stark reminder that we are truly witnessing a tournament unlike any other (besides the November date and fall foliage) is the absence of patrons, to use the club’s parlance for the estimated 40,000 spectators who roam the

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New Manchester arena moniker unveiled: Co-op Live

We have a name for the recently green-lit Manchester arena: Co-op Live, as Oak View Group (OVG) partners with Co-op, the largest consumer co-operative in the United Kingdom. The Co-op has become a major player in the UK’s music scene, with pop-up shops at events like the Glastonbury Festival. It’s also synonymous with Manchester, opening

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Super Bowl LIV delivers US$572m economic boost for South Florida

According to an economic impact report published by the Miami Super Bowl host committee and seen by the South Florida Business Journal, that was more than double the amount generated for the region when Miami last hosted the National Football League’s (NFL) champion-crowning game in 2010. Click here to read the story

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