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Relativity Sports eyes next step

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 08 / 10 / 15

While Relativity Media was in the midst of a very public Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection filing just a few weeks ago, Relativity Sports was quietly undergoing an ownership shift. Just two days before Relativity Media filed for Chapter 11, an entity controlled by billionaire and Pittsburgh Pengu...

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