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Back In Black? NFL's Grubman Says Oakland's Stadium Efforts Are "Going Backward"Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 05 / 21 / 15
The drive to keep the Raiders in Oakland "seems to be going in the wrong direction," according to Matt Barrows of the SACRAMENTO BEE. NFL Exec VP/Business Ventures Eric Grubman said, "Each time I’ve gone there, I’ve heard that the promise is right around the corner of a massive developme...
ESPN''s Peter Gammons reports several MLB owners "have chided Giants Owner Peter Magowan for his attempt to privately finance his new stadium in San Francisco, a move that runs contrary to the trend o
In a interview with the CHARLOTTE OBSERVER, NationsBank Chair Hugh McColl Jr. said the bank would like to help the Hornets in their quest for a new arena. If the team decides to leave the Coliseum, Mc
Leland''s, the Manhattan auction house, will sell off remnants of Boston Garden in September, according to Kevin Paul Dupont of the BOSTON GLOBE. Steve Dunleavy, Senior VP/Event Services of FleetCente
The Raptors have "failed again" in meeting a deadline for the start of construction of the proposed 22,500-seat Air Canada Centre, according to David Israelson of the TORONTO STAR. Failure to begin wo
Two members of the Milwaukee Professional Baseball Park District have no problem with reports the team had three of its players defer $1.5M in salary until after the season, according to this morning'
The Seahawks Kingdome Renovation Task Force said it will be midsummer or later before they recommend whether the Kingdome can be renovated or a new facility be built instead (SEATTLE POST- INTELLIGENC
The $600,000 study that recommends building a new stadium in Manhattan is "filled with inaccuracies," according to a N.Y. POST probe. Robert Hardt writes the report''s flaws include: a lowball constru
In separate actions recently, the L.A. City Council unanimously approved a motion to support legislation designed to stop teams from moving, then authorized the expenditure of $25,000 to market the L.
A shopping and entertainment complex that Dade County wants to build near a new downtown Miami arena may be paid for by a private developer and the Heat, not the county, according to the MIAMI HERALD.
A bill to help fund a new Bucs Stadium with a 4% hotel tax has attracted powerful opponents that have kept it from reaching the floor of the FL Senate. Chepak & Metz of the TAMPA TRIBUNE write that ev