The former Microsoft CEO made his way through the crowd inside Staples Center, exchanging high-fives and clapping furiously
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman said Wednesday he is not sure what the future holds for the league to come to Seattle because of the arena complications.
Chris Hansen told The Associated Press on Monday that he is confident he’ll be able to find investors to take Ballmer’s place in his group that is trying to build a new arena and last year nearly bought and moved the Sacramento Kings to Seattle.
Ballmer is even richer than Sterling — with a net worth estimated at nearly $20 billion — but there’s no way he was thinking in dollars and cents when he made his offer for the Clippers. Is this all part of a longer-range plan to get his hands on a franchise that could be moved to his adopted home in Seattle sometime down the road?
If Donald Sterling will indeed be swept under the rug of memory, his Jim Crow ideology and Bull Connor comments along with him, then … what have we learned from Donald Sterling?
Investor Chris Hansen says he remains committed to getting the NBA back to Seattle even though he just lost one of his biggest partners in the process
Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has agreed to buy the Los Angeles Clippers for a record-breaking $2 billion. Now it’s up to others whether the deal goes through.
Steve Ballmer has won the Shelly Sterling-run bidding war for the Los Angeles Clippers, agreeing to buy the team for a record $2 billion
Gates is no longer Microsoft’s largest individual shareholder, and in four years his ownership stake in the company he founded will likely vanish.
Microsoft Corp. has appointed Mason Morfit, the president of activist investment firm ValueAct Capital, to its board of directors.