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15772
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College sports are a multi-million dollar investment. With so much money and prestige on the line at many schools, earning is often pitted against learning. Such pressure is changing the rules of college sports. Arthur Padilla, associate vice-president for academic affairs for the 16-campus University of North Carolina and a member of the economics faculty at UNC-Chapel Hill and Hugh Cunningham, professor of journalism emeritus at the University of Florida, who has served as a special assistant to its president and as director of university information, offer two views on what has happened and what should be done.
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Business North Carolina (NoCar HF 5001 B8x), Vol. 8 Issue 11, Nov 1988, p28-30, 32-35, il, por Periodical Website
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15778
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One out of every four foreign-owned companies in the state calls Germany home. There are over 400 foreign companies here and of that number 107 are German. Germany, along with Canada and England, are the top foreign employers in the state, having more than 20,000 employees and investments of over $1 billion. Top products for Germany are machinery (non-electrical) 30 companies, service industries, 14 companies, and electrical and electronic machinery, 10 companies.
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15777
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Pace discusses the money that universities and their sports teams pull in when the team logo is licensed for sales. In many schools the university and the sports department divide the royalties equally. When the licensing program began in the state in 1982-83, UNC received royalties of $43,000. By 1987-88, royalties had grown to $270,000.