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Why Will Moving to L.A. Potentially Cost an NFL Team $650 Million? Here's a Breakdown

Does the NFL have a plan, or is it simply a group of 32 rich guys making it up as they go along?

Thermo Fisher Can Afford More Deals After Affymetrix Buy

The medical device maker is paying 20 times Ebitda for the specialty diagnostics company. Still, analysts believe the company is financially nimble enough for even more deals.

Why Smaller Fantasy Sports Sites Should Merge to Compete With FanDuel, DraftKings

With industry in flux, one thing seems clear: a regulated DFS game is coming. But how will regulation impact smaller players without $1 billion valuations and armies of legal advisers?

As Big Fantasy Sports Sites Face Judge, Small Sites in Focus

A hearing in New York may not decide the fate of big fantasy sports sites, but is already scrambling the rest of the industry.

Madison Square Garden Split Bolsters Arena, Shareholders

The spinoff of the company from its regional sports network operations will give James Dolan more firepower to build an entertainment powerhouse.

Some Fantasy Sports Sites May Be Skirting Reality of Legal System

The national football season kicks off this week and with it comes the explosion of fantasy leagues. But some companies may be pushing the limits of gambling laws.

Xerox to Buy RSA Medical: Here's Why Its Push Into Health Care Makes Sense

With pressure rising on companies to keep medical costs down, smart tech firms like Xerox can bring their skills to bear on making health care cheaper and more efficient.

Citigroup Unit Sell Has Industry Watching for JPMorgan Chase's Next Move

Following Citigroup's decision to sell its fund administration business to SS&C Technologies, industry watchers are keeping an eye on others who could look to sell these operations.

Potential Morgans Hotel Group (MHGC) Sale Raises Questions From Major Investor

Gregory Cohen of Rambleside Holdings, wrote to the board that his company was concerned that Morgans would be undervalued in a transaction. Morgans has been for sale since May 2014.

Bruce Ratner's Forest City Extends Nets Payment With Sale Pending

If Forest City had defaulted on the debt payment, its stake in the basketball franchise would have been diluted to 8% from 20%.

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