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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 (...
A disagreement with Orange County, FL, over stadium revenue has put Norton Herrick''s bid for an Orlando expansion baseball franchise in jeopardy. A dispute has arisen over excess resort tax revenues
The Raptors announced a season-ticket sales campaign in conjunction with the TORONTO SUN and Tip Top Tailors. Raptors VP Isiah Thomas called it an "aggressive package that will make Raptors tickets af
FANS Inc. spokesperson Tom Eagleton held a press conference yesterday to refute TV reports that a deal to move the Rams to St. Louis was complete. Eagleton said the reports on ESPN and Fox were "just
The Braves, hoping to preserve nearly 30,000 season-ticket holders, will offer Olympic baseball packages to fans who renew their tickets for the ''95 season. Buyers will be eligible to buy a baseball
In May, embattled L.A. Kings Owner Bruce McNall sold 72% of the Kings to Jeffrey Sudicoff and Joseph Cohn. "Now, Sudicoff is in a spot of trouble himself" -- as CEO of IDB Communications Group, Sudoci
Any group wanting to move the Buccaneers out of Tampa could face "at least" a $15M fee from the NFL. The league "imposed an expansion opportunity fee when current franchises move into area under consi
There is a "persistent rumor" around Wall Street that the sale of Madison Square Garden and its teams is "coming unstuck," according to Neal Travis of the N.Y. POST. ITT and Cablevision had hoped to f
The Lightning''s "financial strength" and their "promise to stay in the area" was again questioned by FL media, as it was reported that "progress on the team''s downtown arena suddenly was stopped bec
Jack Donlan, one of three members of the trust overseeing the sale of the Buccaneers, said the board has completed its first round of discussions with prospective buyers. Aside from local bidders, gro
ESPN''s Chris Mortensen reports the Rams "could announce their move any time to St. Louis, as early as [today], although a team official denies this." Mortensen also reported that it was possible coac