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WITH SEASON'S CLOCK TICKING, UMAX DEAL MAY DISAPPEAR
Published September 16, 1997
No new talks have been scheduled between the Raiders and Oakland and Alameda County officials to work out differences over Umax Data Systems' naming-rights agreement, putting the deal "in danger of falling apart," according to Renee Koury of the SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS. As the NFL season continues, "it could reduce" Umax's "incentive" to buy naming rights. Seven home games remain, with the next one scheduled for September 28 (SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS, 9/15).