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stats

(stæts)
n. statistics. The stats are expected to show that the trade balance is growing steadily worse.
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STATS LLC offers the best from sports information leaders AP MegaSports and STATS, Inc.
It is very gratifying that an organization of NASCAR's stature recognized our talents and capabilities to help them tell the story of NASCAR racing through numbers and analysis," said Jim Capuano, STATS Vice President of Sales.
VertigoXmedia and STATS will exhibit their turnkey sports information solution at the NAB convention, April 22-27 in Las Vegas.
Earlier this year, STATS announced a joint venture with MegaSports, the Associated Press' multimedia sports service, to combine news reports produced by AP sports writers and photographers with STATS' in-depth statistics and historical databases to produce a complete package of sports data and editorial content.
STATS is extremely pleased to help spearhead the NHL's effort to provide deeper and more accessible statistical information and highlights to its fans all around the world," said STATS CEO, Gary Walrath.
Information includes Fantasy Sports Stats and Real-Time Sports Scores
We are excited to integrate STATS data feeds into the new eWoss sports section," said Randy Wasinger, Chief Executive Officer and Member of Wasinger Tech, LLC, the owner and operator of eWoss.
As the company that invented real-time sports information and dissemination, STATS is a perfect fit for those looking to utilize interactive and SMS applications to the fullest," says Greg Kirkorsky, STATS, Inc.
three years ago, starting with its renowned web-based research tool, STATS Pass, to supplement its research on NFL broadcasts.
Reporting directly to STATS ChipPAC's President and CEO, Jewler will have overall responsibility for product line management as well as market and technology strategy.