Business Update on KPCC: All quiet on the Dodger front

The new owners have said nothing this week about their big purchase, which is too bad because there's a lot that we still don't know about the deal, especially ownership percentages and financing. That's a big deal because it would indicate the projected return, which in turn could tell us how much money the team would have to make. Also this week is the environmental impact report on AEG's proposed football stadium. Available at and podcast (Business Update with Mark Lacter). Transcript is after jump

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Mark Lacter created the LA Biz Observed blog in 2006. He posted until the day before his death on Nov. 13, 2013.
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