The NTRA will continue to work with IBM but has shifted its focus for now.
By Nan Mooney -- When I read that the racing industry is actually considering turning IBM down, I had only one question: Are you crazy?
- By Ray Paulick
Breeders' Cup president D.G. Van Clief Jr. on Friday issued a statement from four members of an NTRA Independent Advisory Committee in opposition to that committee's draft memorandum made public one week earlier, saying the conclusions represented a "minority viewpoint."
By Ray Paulick -- Racing is in danger of letting the technology revolution pass it by.
A simple fact-finding mission that began about 10 months ago could result in a capital investment of more than $100 million—perhaps up to $200 million—for the Thoroughbred industry should the National Thoroughbred Racing Association and International Business Machines' Global Services move ahead with a broad technology venture.
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