On November 14, the New York Post broke news that FC Dallas CEO Doug Quinn had been arrested for assaulting his wife in a luxury hotel room in New York City, where he was celebrating his 50th birthday with his wife, Elizabeth. As the Post described it, a "hulking" 6'5", 250-pound Quinn "allegedly p ... More >>
Those words come from Clark Hunt, who, on the soccer club's website, pays homage to the 35-year-old Dallas Burn first-round draft pick who would become as synonymous as soccer in Dallas as Kyle Rote Jr. and Kenny Cooper, junior and senior. Bobby Rhine played for the Burn, then FC Dallas, from '99 ti ... More >>
There's no shortage of stories extolling the genius of John Tatum, the 45-year-old who in 1994 co-founded Genesco Sports Enterprises, the Woodall Rodgers-based consulting group that marries the right product with the right athlete, sport or major league. Sports Business Journal noted in '08 that ... More >>
Patrick Michels... you might wanna swing by Dallas City Hall, where Mayor Tom and the Dallas World Cup Bid Committee and Hunt Sports Group chairman Clark Hunt and a few FC Dallas players (including goalkeeper Kevin Hartman, defender Ugo Ihemelu and forward Ruben Luna) and former Colombian Nationa ... More >>
Photos by Sam MertenMayor Tom Leppert and Dallas World Cup Bid Committee co-chairs Clark Hunt and Jim Graham react to Dallas and the U.S. losing to Qatar.As Robert mentioned earlier, the U.S. lost to Qatar in its bid for the 2022 World Cup, leaving the couple hundred folks gathered in the lob ... More >>
Kansas City ChiefsArrowhead Pride, a fanblog for the Kansas City Chiefs, provides a vaguely intriguing item this afternoon that reveals running back and bad Twitterer Larry Johnson, cut from KC Monday and now a free agent, is in Dallas at this very moment. And how do they know this? "Larry Johnso ... More >>
Ray Washburne's Texas Business is a case study in how not to run a business
High-flying Danny Wettreich has shut down companies, destroyed jobs, and drawn the scrutiny of two federal agencies, But he says it's what the stock market thinks of him that counts.