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A source said that A-B InBev is "talking to banks about financing" a potential $122B deal to buy rival SABMiller. The source said that A-B InBev "isn't in active discussions" with SABMiller, but rather is "waiting to line up its financing before making a formal approach." This comes "on the heels of...
The Mavericks are stressing new ownership and new coach Jim Cleamons in their off-season marketing, according to Dan Piller of the FT. WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM. Radio and newspaper ads with the theme, "Und
The delay of the NBA''s free-agency period due to labor talks postponed the Bullets planned p.r. moves in an effort to convince free agent Juwan Howard to stay with the team. The Bullets had scheduled
Orel Benton, the "bankrupt uranium trader" and a partner in the Rockies, will have to sell his stake in the team to help pay off debt, according to the DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL. A group of his "largest
Steve Karp, real estate developer and one time partner with Patriots Owner Robert Kraft, will likely become either a partner in a new Red Sox ballpark or owner of the team, according to Nick Cafardo o
Spurs Chair Robert McDermott is "trying to push through" the sale of the team for $120M to an Albuquerque-based family who owns a Las Vegas casino, according to this morning''s San Antonio EXPRESS-NEW
The L.A. Kings have named Rubin Postaer and Associates to create a multi-faceted ad and marketing campaign (Kings). ....In Toronto, Stephen Brunt writes on the Blue Jays at midpoint in the MLB season.
In an effort to "spur interest among casual fans and provide an alternative that could result in follow-up sales," the Falcons have cut the prices of about 4,500 endzone seats at the Georgia Dome. The
In S.F., columnist Gwen Knapp examines lagging baseball attendance in the Bay Area, with "many logical and demographic explanations" -- from the small two-team market, to the arrival of MLS, and the r
Oakland city and Alameda County officials are "turning to Al Davis to help them sell tickets to Raiders games," according to Susan Dowdney of the CONTRA COSTA TIMES. The plea is to have Davis help pro
Maryland Stadium Authority Chair John Moag told the Greensboro, NC, Rotary Club the Triad area is a possibility for an MLB team. Moag: "Owners aren''t looking to big-name cities any longer. They are l