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Bill Shea
Sports business reporter at Crain's Detroit Business. Spirit animals are Hunter S. Thompson, Christopher Hitchens and Harry Flashman.
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Bill Shea 3h
Is there any threat the upward pricing would top out? Wherever he sees that point, he sells before then.
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Bill Shea 3h
He knows he got a deal and will makes hundreds of million in profit, but this is probably fun for him, and has celeb cachet.
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Bill Shea 3h
Hard to say. His national profile gets mainstream fuel by being an NBA owner, never bad for business. Is he enjoying ownership?
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Bill Shea 4h
So the Atlanta Hawks sold for $850 million this week. Reminder: Tom Gores paid $325 million for the Pistons in 2011.
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WSJ Sports 5h
Jim Harbaugh’s response to camp criticism: Inviting every school to Michigan
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Crain's Detroit Biz 12h
among 15 teams to sign deals with daily fantasy sports giant
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Bill Shea 13h
But, I didn't see the live report, so I'm tossing out blind conjecture here. My 2 cents.
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Bill Shea 13h
Easy solution seems to be overt disclosure: "He declined to discuss the injury."
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Bill Shea 13h
This is the interesting gray area where rights holders wrestle with journalistic responsibility.
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Bill Shea 22h
So basically just Tinder bios.
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Bill Shea 23h
The boys from Lit are going to want residuals at this point, fans.
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Bill Shea 23h
So you'll be voting for FDR next November.
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Bill Shea 24h
Like that rock and roll the kids listen to these days!
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Bill Shea 24h
The power of Zeus is free!
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Bill Shea 24h
Vinyl never died. Print will remain a thing. Digital not as disruptive as internal combustion engine was to horse/buggy.
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Bill Shea 24h
Hundreds of millions of Boomers still have 30 years of demanding print. Hybrid model for many years TK.
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Bill Shea 24h
Contracting, not dying. Digital cannot replicate everything, nor will it. Still billions in print revenue.
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Bill Shea Apr 23
Daily newspaper circ is dying. But many niche print outlets are very profitable ...
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Bill Shea Apr 23
The new Chargers stadium will have a massive tower that erupts in lightning bolts when they score. Not a guy singing.
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Bill Shea Apr 23
I read somewhere it described thus: "... Like two bulldogs fighting inside a cloth sack."
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