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 MLB loan pool
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The ownership group behind the Class AAA Reno (Nevada) Aces is raising a $100 million equity fund to buy up to seven more Minor League Baseball teams. The fund, titled Manhattan Capital Sports Acquisition, already has $20 million and is in the p...
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The ownership landscape in professional team sports is undergoing a significant transformation. Including minority positions, there are now 67 public companies that have investments in teams in the NHL, NBA or Major League Baseball. Most of those companies have come on board in the 1990s. The NFL ha ...
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Cleveland Indians The Cleveland Indians’ stock is falling in the standings. After going public amid intense publicity earlier this month, Cleveland Indians Baseball Co. shares have dropped from their $15-a-share initial public offering. Cleveland Indians IPO Date: J ...
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Legg Mason Wood Walker, a Baltimore firm known for its mutual funds but relatively unknown in the sports-business world, has hired John Moag, president of the Maryland Stadium Authority and partner in law firm Patton Boggs, to launch a new sports-finance group. Moag has already hired four real es ...