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NAMES IN THE NEWS
Published November 3, 1994
Former Patriots GM PAT SULLIVAN now serves as President of Game Creek Video, a "10-employee firm that rents out its two 48- foot video production trucks to television networks and stations large and small" (BOSTON GLOBE, 11/2).... VINCENT PIAZZA and VINCENT TIRENDI, the two businessman "rejected as potential investors" in a '92 effort to move the Giants to Tampa/St. Pete, received a formal apology from MLB yesterday over statements made by one exec on the Piazza's and Tirendi's backgrounds (PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER, 11/3)....For the first time, prosecutors have "detailed an incident" in which money from the L.A. Kings was improperly used to help BRUCE MCNALL's severe cash flow problems. Prosecutors charge as much as $7M was diverted from the "elite Senate Seat program at the Forum in '93 to support McNall's collapsing business empire" (L.A. TIMES, 11/3)