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Power 100: The Jets’ Woody Johnson

The New York Jets have come a long way since Woody Johnson bought the team in 2000. Johnson explains the path he took to take them from the bottom to the top in value and revenue

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The Global 25

On the world stage, these power players have earned top billing

Joseph Blatter: Emperor of the World Cup

The affable boss of soccer's FIFA is so secure in his post he may run for reelection in 2011—when he'll be 75

Lesa Kennedy: Knowing What Makes Nascar Fans Tick

International Speedway's president is putting her lifetime of wisdom to use in revving up revenues

A Game-Changer Gives Yahoo Plenty to Shout About

The troubled online portal is beating Big Media at its own game—drawing the eyeballs of sports fans. Just look at the results from Beijing

How the BW Power 100 Was Put Together

Our 35 expert panelists, and the fans, considered 300 candidates

Slide Show: Star Athletes Who Starred in Business

Sports provided a springboard for these 10 pros who went on to high-flying careers in business

Case Study: Woody and the Jets — The J&J Way

Owner Woody Johnson applies his grandfather's famous credo to running the New York Jets, and now his big football bet is starting to pay off

Case Study: Can Major League Baseball's Network Score?

MLB is trying what other professional leagues have struggled to do: Create a truly successful TV channel of its own

Case Study: Cricket Goes Bowling for Dollars

A fast, colorful new form of the old English game is winning fans, and billions of dollars

At Bat with Gatorade's Product Placement Slugger

Perhaps the king of product visibility, Gatorade's Jeff Urban deserves his reputation as one the most powerful people in sports

Stan Kroenke: The Sports Mogul You Never Heard Of

The shopping-center mogul Stan Kroenke's holdings include the St. Louis Rams and the NBA's Denver Nuggets

How Jim Nash Keeps the Ball in the Air

As head of sports advisory and financing at Bank of America, Nash is responsible for some of the largest transactions in pro sports

How Hockey's Gary Bettman Is Scoring Big

The NHL commissioner earned his spot by taking on the baddest boys in sports

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