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Sheldon Adelson Prepared To Walk Away From Raiders' Stadium Deal If Terms Don't ImprovePublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 27 / 16
Las Vegas Sands Chair & CEO Sheldon Adelson said that he is "prepared to walk away from a deal to build a stadium that would help relocate" the Raiders to Las Vegas if terms offered by the team "do not improve," according to Ari Rabinovitch of REUTERS. Adelson yesterday said, "I negoti...
The CoreStates Center will add a cigar bar to its Red Bell Brewery and Pub in November. The bar will be for members only, with membership ranging from $300-400 for season-ticket and premium-seating cu
Top Dallas officials met Tuesday with Stars and Mavericks officials, "suggesting to some that the parties may be close to striking an arena deal," according to Todd Gillman of the DALLAS MORNING NEWS.
Oakland Alameda Coliseum authority officials filed a lawsuit yesterday against the Raiders charging them with interfering with a $17.5M naming-rights deal with UMAX Corp., according to Rick DelVecchio
Pro-stadium group Minnesota Wins said that a new poll it commissioned shows that the stadium issue "could swing some legislative races" in ''98 if legislators reject a gambling-linked ballpark finance
Olympia Development, owned by Tigers & Red Wings Owner Mike Ilitch, confirmed Monday that it "has bought about three acres of parking lots" near the site of the Tigers'' new ballpark, according to Pat
Metro-Dade Mayor Alex Penelas said that the county is involved in "serious negotiations" with American Airlines about naming rights for the Heat''s planned bayfront arena, according to Barry Jackson o
A STAR-TELEGRAM/Univ. of TX poll of 640 voters in Dallas, Arlington and Grand Prairie showed that Dallas and Arlington voters "are in no mood to approve tax increases to pay for a new arena for the Ma
RI Gov. Lincoln Almond "backed off from his ultimatum to Patriots owner Robert Kraft about building a stadium in Providence," according to the AP. Almond "reversed the statement" of his top aide Edwar
In Detroit, Patricia Montemurri writes that a "secret buyer" is purchasing property in a "chunk of downtown Detroit expected to provide parking for new baseball and football stadiums." Speculation "ce
The Steelers and Pirates ended "months of speculation" yesterday by unveiling "their financial share of two proposed North Side sports stadiums," according to Sandra Skowron of the Pittsburgh TRIBUNE-