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Date Fairness.com Resource Read it at: Mar 19, 2012 Mets’ Owners Agree to Settle Madoff Suit for $162 Million
QUOTE: the owners agreed to pay the trustee $162 million, but that figure is likely to be reduced or wiped out altogether as the complex bankruptcy litigation involving Mr. Madoff’s investment operation plays out. The trustee, Irving H. Picard, had initially sought $1 billion, declaring that the owners had enriched themselves over many years of profitable investing with Mr. Madoff while ignoring repeated warnings that he might have been a fraud.
New York Times Jul 15, 2011 A Tip Becomes a Twitter Torrent
QUOTE: What appears to have happened is this: ESPN benched [Feldman] earlier this week, with pay, as it assessed the damage from excerpts from “Swing Your Sword,” the newly published book that Feldman collaborated on with Mike Leach, the ex-Texas Tech football coach.
New York Times Jun 18, 2007 Not Everyone Wants Channel That’s All Big Ten, All the Time
QUOTE: two powerhouses are headed for a clash over the newly created Big Ten Network, which the conference vows will satiate its universities’ fans and alumni as the YES Network has become a TV clubhouse for Yankee fans… [but] Comcast is developing a campaign that will attempt to prove that the network is too expensive and too provincial to be broadly distributed.
New York Times May 18, 2006 On the Web, College Athletes Acting Badly
QUOTE: Badjocks.com plucked and collated the often disturbing photos from webshots.com, a site where students post and share thousands of pictures covering a variety of activities...to persuade universities to enforce their antihazing policies.
New York Times Mar 27, 2003 Citing Role of Women in Iraq, Burk Raises Pressure on Augusta
QUOTE: Martha Burk intensified her campaign to force Augusta National Golf Club to admit women as members yesterday by invoking the war in Iraq, saying that women can serve in the armed forces and die in combat but cannot join the home of the Masters.
New York Times Aug 01, 2002 Russian Man Arrested in a Plot to Fix Olympics Skating
QUOTE: A Russian accused of being in organized crime was arrested in Italy yesterday on an American complaint that he conspired to fix the pairs figure skating and ice dancing competitions at the recent Salt Lake Winter Olympics...
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