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Former AEG Exec Tim Leiweke Named MLSE CEO As Of June 30
Published April 26, 2013
Leiweke said the move to Toronto represents a "deliberate decision to put a long distance between his former job and his new one." Leiweke: "I don't want to do anything that harms this company (AEG). ... I don't mind competing for the Stanley Cup, but I don't want to be competing in L.A." (LATIMES.com, 4/26).