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Super Bowl Names In The News: Panthers Owner Profiled; Coldplay Talks Halftime Show

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 02 / 05 / 16

ESPN.com's David Newton profiled Panthers Owner JERRY RICHARDSON  as someone who "stays in the background." Richardson "seldom, if ever, talks to reporters, letting his coaches and players take the credit." But Richardson "commands respect," and even people he has fired or parted with "remain ...

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