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Alameda County Looking To Sell Stake In O.co Coliseum Complex, Points To Annual LossesPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 30 / 15
Alameda County leaders "want out of the pro sports business and have told Oakland officials that they are ready to sell their stake" in the O.co Coliseum complex, according to a front-page piece by Matier & Ross of the S.F. CHRONICLE. The move "would be a major game changer in the negotiations t...
The city of San Francisco and 49ers officials are discussing a plan to use state and local money generated by a new football stadium as a way to pay for the team''s new home, according to Gregory Lewi
Padres Owner John Moores is considering seeking his own financing plan for a new football facility to attract a pro team in Houston, according to John Williams of the HOUSTON CHRONICLE. Moores sent Ha
HOK Sport has been awarded the contract to design the Maple Leafs'' new arena, according to Lance Hornby of the TORONTO SUN. The Kansas City, MO-based firm has designed Camden Yards, the United Center
Volume Services will be the exclusive foodservice provider at new 9,000-seat Canal Park in downtown Akron, where the AA Blast will begin play next season (Volume Services)....Sportservice Corp. agreed
After a "sharp" conflict-of-interest debate, the Atlanta- Fulton County Recreation Authority voted to hire its own lawyers to serve as bond counsel for the proposed downtown Hawks arena project "witho
The Oakland Coliseum Arena reconstruction is 44 days behind schedule, "raising the risk" that it won''t be finished in time for the start of the Warriors'' ''97 season, according to Renee Koury of the
The City of Denver said Ascent Entertainment Group has "ignored" six financial options for the proposed Pepsi Center, while Ascent President Charlie Lyons countered that the city has "broken its word"
A poll of 1,000 "high-propensity" L.A. resident voters shows that "three-quarters oppose spending public money to build a hockey and basketball arena -- or a hotel and entertainment complex -- near th
An anti-stadium group, led by the Libertarian parties in both Wisconsin and metropolitan Milwaukee, have asked U.S. District Judge Thomas Curran to issue a preliminary injunction to block the Brewers
The Tampa Sports Authority (TSA) decided Wednesday to proceed with the sale of bonds to pay for a new $168M Bucs stadium because they "believe they will win their legal war" with former Tampa Mayor Wi