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Morning Hot Reads: Dan With The PlanPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 03 / 05 / 15
The DETROIT FREE PRESS portrays Cavaliers Owner and Quicken Loans Chair Dan Gilbert as "a modern-day version of Muhammad Ali in his prime." He is a "supremely confident guy, given to making brash, over-the-top predictions – and usually delivering on them." The Knicks are now...
Bullets/Caps Owner Abe Pollin has given up on plans "to put revolutionary ''smart seats''" in the $175M MCI Center being built in downtown Washington, according to Thomas Heath of the WASHINGTON POST.
The Orlando Arena lost more money "than ever" last year, despite playing host to a record number of games and shows, according to Dan Tracy of the ORLANDO SENTINEL. The O-rena finished more than $620,
With a crowd estimated at more than 15,000 in attendance, the Brewers broke ground Saturday on $250M, convertible-roof Miller Park, according to Drew Olson of the MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL. The propo
Lions Vice Chair William Clay Ford, Jr. on Proposition S''s large victory in Detroit: "Virtually every other NFL team that''s gone through a stadium issue has generated such animosity, by the time it'
What began last year as a $285M ballpark proposal for the Mariners and then became a $320M plan, has now turned into a $363.5M project with no retractable roof when it opens in ''99, according to Heat
West Valley City, UT sent out 375 mailings to corporate execs around the country asking them to buy the naming rights for the West Valley Event Center, according to Van Eyck & Roche of the DESERET NEW
The voting on Proposition One''s 51-49% victory in Houston was examined by John Williams of the HOUSTON CHRONICLE. Absentee ballots showed the referendum was behind 58-42%, or about 23,000 votes. Howe
Charlotte business leaders are "not expected" to push for a seat tax on Charlotte sporting events to help finance a multimillion dollar sports and entertainment district when they publicly unveil thei
The City of Ingelwood "pulled back its offer to help finance a sports arena, after the passage of Proposition 218 knocked out three City Council-passed taxes that would have financed the deal," accord
The Metropolitan Sports Facilities Commission, which owns the Metrodome, has decided to take an "aggressive" role in talks on a new Twins ballpark, "grabbing some of the process away from [MN] Gov. Ar