New Bucks Owners Open To Local Investors Sources: Islanders Draw New Suitors Colts To Remain With Irsays Long Term Herb Kohl Sells Bucks For $550M Kohl Praised For Dedication To Milwaukee Arthur Blank, Atlanta Officially Awarded MLS Team Raptors Unveil New "We The North" Campaign NBA Kings Reaping Benefits Of New Owners Franchise Notes Bruins, Celtics Headed In Opposite Directions
Upcoming Conferences and Events
SBD/September 19, 2012/Franchises
Manchester United Shares Fall After Reports Of First Revenue Loss Under Glazers
Published September 19, 2012
PROTECTING THE BRAND: Also in London, James Moore writes ManU's increased commercial revenue “was desperately needed because Man U the company barely turned a profit, and that was only thanks to a chunky tax credit.” Without the credit, the club “would have shown a loss, just like virtually every other football club.” Moore: “The question now facing Man U the company is whether Man U the brand can continue to generate the sort of revenues it has been enjoying if Man U the club suffers through an extended period without silverware” (London INDEPENDENT, 9/19).