Sport and Corporate Nationalisms

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Index
A. P. Smith Manufacturing, 86
A. T. Kearney, 260
Abrams, Frank, 87
Acclaim Entertainments, 20, 237
Acuvue, 123
Adelphia Communications, 217
adidas, 8, 19, 20, 35, 37, 40, 41, 43, 47–53, 55, 57–9, 67–70, 73–8, 112, 131, 148, 174, 236
adidas Predator, 37
adidasification, 74
Administrations of Commerce and Industry (China), 270
administrative heritage, 153
Aeon, 237
AFC Broadband, 181
AFLAC Supplemental Insurance, 123
African Cup of Nations, 158
Afterman, Jean, 227, 228, 244, 245
Air France, 51
Ajinomoto, 236
Aliant Inc., 204, 205
Alitalia, 52
AllCanadianSport.ca, 209, 210
Allen, Barbara, 113
AllSport Ventures, 210
Al-Qaeda, 127, 128
am/pm, 237, 245
Amaechi, John, 16
America Online (AOL), 196–9
AOL Instant Messenger, 197, 198
AOL International, 197 see also AOL Time Warner
American Association of Baseball Players, 230
American Benefactor, The, 90
American Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), 194, 195
ABC Internet Group, 195
ABC.com, 196
ABCNEWS.com, 196
American League, 227, 230, 231, 236
American Legacy, 119, 123
American Legacy TruthCampaign, 119
American Rubber, 232
American Sugar Refining, 232
American Telephone and Telegraph, 232 see also AT&T
American Tobacco, 232
American Woolen, 232
American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO), 118, 119, 121, 123
Americanization, 102, 115
Amnesty International, 85
Amnesty International Human Rights Now!Concert Tour, 85
AMP Insurance, 73
Anaheim Angels, 194, 217, 239, 240
Anderson, Perry, 103
Anheuser Busch, 20, 52, 53, 131, 237
Animal Planet, 112
Anson, Cap, 234
anti-globalization movements, 84
AOL Time Warner, 113, 121, 191, 193, 196, 199, 214, 240
AOL Time Warner Books, 197
AOL Time Warner Cable, 113 see also Time Warner
Apple Box Promotions, 209
Arakawa, Minoru, 247
Archambault Group Inc., 214, 215
Arena Swimwear, 40, 52

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