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Speculation about investors "with Wisconsin ties" buying into the Bucks "may still come true despite Herb Kohl’s plan to sell the team " for $550M to N.Y.-based Fortress Investment Group co-Founder Wesley Edens and Avenue Capital Group Chair & CEO Marc Lasry, according to Rich Kirchen of ...
"The bloodless battle to keep the Rams in Southern California will erupt today behind closed doors at the NFL''s annual meetings," writes Michele Himmelberg in today''s ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER. The poi
Nashville Mayor Phil Bredesen said yesterday that he met with Devils Owner John McMullen, but that the team''s "long term lease is preventing talks about a move to Nashville," according to this mornin
NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue will notify all 30 teams today "that he is recommending a vote against the Rams'' proposed move to St. Louis," according to Bill Plaschke in this morning''s L.A. TIMES.
The Celtics threatened to file a $100M lawsuit against the Wall Street Journal, reporter Ron Suskind and the Journal''s parent company, Dow Jones & Co. over an article in yesterday''s paper which alle
The CFL announced that an agreement to buy the Ottawa Rough Riders had been reached with Chicago businessman Horn Chen. The deal is still subject to approval by the league''s Board of Governors, which
Just one week before NFL owners will meet in Phoenix to vote on the Rams move to St. Louis, the league confirmed yesterday that Fox is objecting to the team''s move from Anaheim. Fox''s move contradic
The majority purchase of Northwest Entertainment Group (NEG) by U.S. billionaire John McCaw, Jr. continues to be big news in Vancouver. "Ego, involvement, or investment, it''s not exactly clear under
There is a "senior management shuffle quietly under way in the Raptors offices." Instead of several "independent departments run by directors" reporting to team President John Bitove, the new changes
In news that "stunned" the city of Vancouver, Arthur Griffiths announced he has sold majority control of his Northwest Entertainment Group (NEG) to U.S. billionaire John McCaw, Jr. NEG controls 87% of
Harvey Leighton, who holds 3.1237% of the Yankees, has gone public in trying to sell his limited share, according to a front- page report in the N.Y. TIMES. Leighton, who wants to sell because of heal