Jags exec Tony Khan invests in TruMedia Equity fund will shop for farm teams Eagles borrow $190M over new longer term Vikings pick banks for stadium financing Filing lists 12 athletes as creditors NBA debt terms reflect confidence Kings refinance $15M as part of sale 49ers able to refinance early Bibb forms sports, lifestyle venture capital fund Marlins look to refinance
Jaguars exec Tony Khan invests in TruMedia Networks12 / 09 / 13
Tony Khan, son of Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shad Khan and the team’s senior vice president of football technology and analytics, has made a significant investment in Massachusetts-based sports analytics firm TruMedia Networks. Terms of the investment were not disclosed, but both parties de...
The Professional Bicycle League plans to raise $100,000 through a private placement in the next three months, said the league's commissioner, Pete O'Neil. The league, which combines indoor, full-contact mountain-bike racing with musical concerts, raised $300,000 in 1998, O'Neil said. The ...
The Sporting 40 Stock Index chart for the week of 6/14/00 – 6/20/00.
Fitch IBCA rated "AA-" $70 million of municipal bonds that will pay for infrastructure needed for the New England Patriots' new stadium. The Patriots will pay for the full cost of the $225 million stadium, with the state paying the $70 million for in ...
The Sporting 40 Stock Index chart for the week of 6/7/00 – 6/13/00.
Nike Inc. shares fell sharply but recovered somewhat after a Wall Street analyst's report that the sneaker giant's stock is likely to stagnate for a while. Nike shares plunged 11 percent before recovering to close at $40.40 on June 12, the day Goldman Sachs analyst Margaret Mager reiterated ...
After watching the price of its stock fall, officials at Orlando Predators Entertainment Inc. will abandon their efforts to buy three minor league hockey teams and a minor league baseball team. Last year, the parent company of the Arena Football League's Orlando Predators reached an agreem ...
Detroit Tigers and Red Wings owner Michael Ilitch plans a major sports financing that would personally net him roughly $50 million, according to several banking sources familiar with the plan. The $50 million is intended, in part, to help defray operating losses the Tigers suffered in rece ...
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The Sporting 40 Stock Index chart for the week of 5/30/00 – 6/6/00.
Ilitch paying for overruns Detroit Tigers owner Mike Ilitch and Olympia Entertainment are using cash and loans to cover nearly $100 million in additional costs for the team's new Comerica Park, according to a Detroit Free Press report. ...
The Sporting 40 Stock Index chart for the week of 5/23/00 – 5/30/00.