The 2012 Stanley Cup Champions LA Kings joined up with McDonalds to donate $1-million to local charities as a special “Thank You” to the city of Los Angeles for its support in their run to the Lord’s Stanley Cup.
A top executive with the company proposing to build a football stadium in downtown Los Angeles says no NFL team has yet expressed serious interest in moving to Southern California.
The sports and entertainment giant AEG is said to be valued at least ‘$8 Billion’ according to a Forbes source that isn’t allowed to speak.
Oracle CEO Larry Ellison, also known as the third richest man in America, could be the new face of AEG according to an exclusive report by Reuters.
The Los Angeles City Council voted unanimously Friday to approve a plan build a new NFL stadium and convention hall downtown.
Several agreements dealing with the NFL stadium proposed for downtown Los Angeles were approved Monday, amid apologies for any turmoil caused by last week’s news that AEG is for sale.
Just because we haven’t talked much lately about the NFL possibly moving to Los Angeles, that doesn’t mean commissioner Roger Goodell has forgotten about it. That’s evident by what we see here in this L.A. Times report about a memo sent out by Goodell for franchises who possibly are considering making the move west (or, in the Chargers case, north).
The Los Angeles Kings have announced that are contributing $50,000 in reward money to help find the shooter of the 1-year-old baby that was killed Monday night at LA Watts.
Billionaire developer Philip Anschutz says he’s willing to buy an NFL team to bring football back to Los Angeles.
Hundreds of people met at City Hall on Friday for the first full council discussion of a proposed downtown NFL stadium.
The CEO of the company seeking to build an NFL stadium in downtown Los Angeles is lashing out at skeptics who express doubt about the value of such venues to their regions’ economies.
The seasoned local business leaders picked by the mayor to analyze plans for a downtown NFL stadium on the public’s behalf seem to have one thing in common: deep financial, political and civic ties with the company promoting the venue.
AEG chief executive Tim Leiweke has made his first official sales pitch to City Council members for the NFL stadium the company wants to build in downtown Los Angeles.
Billionaire entrepreneur Philip Anshutz has agreed to finance the Los Angeles $1 billion stadium if certain conditions are met, according to Business Journal.
Former Laker star Magic Johnson says he’s partnered with AEG President and CEO Tim Leiweke to bring an NFL team back to Los Angeles.