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Published April 9, 1998
In Edmonton, NHL Oilers local investors have raised C$55M now with the addition of a C$1M share from business exec Dave Addie and an anonymous Lloydminster investor. The group is looking for C$60M in equity by April 27 (EDMONTON JOURNAL, 4/9)....In S.F., 13 players from the MLB Giants' farm team in the Dominican Republic have filed suit in federal court against the Giants, longtime scout Luis Rosa and Dir of Player Development Jack Hiatt. The players allege that they were subjected to "unwanted sexual advances" by Rosa and that "top management new of the problem but did nothing to stop it." Giants VP & General Counsel Jack Bair said in a statement that team has a "strong policy prohibiting sexual harassment," and that anyone who engages in it may be fired (S.F. EXAMINER, 4/8).