ESPN, Inc., The Worldwide Leader in Sports, is the leading multinational, multimedia sports entertainment company featuring the broadest portfolio of multimedia sports assets with over 50 business entities. Based in Bristol, Conn., with 4,000 employees (7,000 worldwide) ESPN Plaza includes 950,000 square feet in 16 buildings on 123 acres (116 contiguous), with additional office space (400,000 sq. ft.) rented nearby.The company is 80 percent owned by ABC, Inc., an indirect subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company.  The Hearst Corporation holds a 20 percent interest in ESPN.
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The Redskins blew a 15-point lead in final 3 minutes to lose to the Saints

The Redskins gave up 15 points in the final three minutes of regulation on Sunday to set up a dramatic comeback for New Orleans. With stout defense and a resurgent Drew Brees, the Saints completed the comeback in overtime, securing their eighth straight win of the season. The embarrassing collapse…

Aaron Boone interviews for New York Yankees manager

Aaron Boone became the first person with no experience as a manager of coach to interview to become Joe Girardi's successor with the New York Yankees

Successful CEOs Use These 5 Hacks to Always Stay Productive

You don't always have to feel behind. Here's what it takes to get out of the perpetual cycle of busyness and stay two steps ahead.

The Bills made a sudden change at quarterback and it may hint a different plan in the works

The Buffalo Bills announced on Wednesday that they are benching Tyrod Taylor for rookie quarterback Nathan Peterman in Week 11. Many people suspected before the season that the Bills were tanking after trading several big-name players. At 5-4, the change at quarterback seems to signal a change in …

Newly retired Carlos Beltran could be the perfect candidate to be the Yankees' next manager

MLB outfielder Carlos Beltran announced his retirement on Monday, and he has already expressed interest in the Yankees' managerial opening. He does not have any experience as a manager, but neither do several of this offseason's new hires. Beltran's outgoing personality and reputation for connecti…
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