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HUDSON WANTS MORE THAN THE TRIMMINGS IN HEAT SALE
Published November 23, 1994
Stephen Roddenberry, attorney for Whit Hudson, said progress was being made in Hudson's purchase of managing control of the Heat. A source close to the proceedings said Roddenberry met with members of the Arison family, the team's majority owners, and that they are moving forward in resolving issues that are "stalling" the $60M sale of 41.5% of the team (Alex Marvez, MIAMI HERALD, 11/23).