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Lions Ownership To Stay With Family After Passing Of William Clay Ford03 / 10 / 14
The Lions this morning announced Martha Ford, the widow of team Owner & Chair William Clay Ford, will take over controlling interest in the franchise "pursuant to long-established succession plans." William Clay Ford died yesterday at the age of 88 . Bill Ford Jr. will remain Lions Vice Chair (...
The "succession plan" designed by the late Ewing Kauffman to keep the Royals locally owned was passed by a 28-0 margin by MLB''s owners yesterday. While the team currently has no owner, the succession
Whoever buys the Blue Jays from Interbrew S.A. must be prepared to buy the rest of Labatt''s sports holdings as well, according to this morning''s FINANCIAL POST. Jamie Wayne writes that for franchise
THE SPORTS BUSINESS DAILY yesterday spoke with three journalists who have been covering the Raiders tug-o-war between L.A. and Oakland. Each was asked where they believed the team would end up, and wh
The Devils "spurned a sweetened lease" from the NJSEA on Wednesday because "it was unsatisfactory," according to Devils owner John McMullen. Richard Sandomir of the N.Y. TIMES reports that McMullen wo
The Angels are looking forward to the transition as Walt Disney completes the purchase of 25% of the team, according to Chuck Johnson in USA TODAY. With an option to buy the remainder later, Disney no
"Rumors" swirled in Toronto yesterday surrounding the fate of the Blue Jays following parent-company Labatt''s purchase agreement with Belgian brewer, Interbrew SA. Art Chamberlain of the TORONTO STAR
Devils owner John McMullen has rejected an offer from a local buyer to purchase the team and keep it in NJ, according to Larry Brooks in today''s N.Y. POST. Brooks reports that the offer from NJ Busin
Bengals Owner Mike Brown will meet with Maryland Stadium Authority Chair John Moag this week regarding an offer to move the team East (Mult., 6/8). Meanwhile, MD Gov. Parris Glendening said yesterday
Seahawks President David Behring said the team doesn''t want to leave Seattle, but he "stopped short of saying it would never happen," according to Clare Farnsworth of the SEATTLE POST- INTELLIGENCER.
John Labatt Ltd. agreed to a purchase by Belgian beer maker Interbrew SA, for C$28.50 per share or C$2.7B, topping an earlier offer from Toronto-based Onex Corp. for C$24 per share. The WALL STREET JO