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    LIVERPOOL'S owners Fenway Sports Group have confirmed there has been a "lot of interest" in a potential takeover. FSG purchased the Reds for just £300million in 2010 - succeeding fellow Americans Tom Hicks and George Gillett. 1Liverpool owners FSG have confirmed they have had a 'lot of interest' from potential investorsCredit: Getty Forbes now consider the Anfield club - the 2019-20 Premier League champions - to be worth around £3.9BILLION. Earlier this month, FSG revealed they were exploring new investment opportunities - including the possibility of selling the Reds. But two senior figures at FSG - chairman Tom Werner and CEO Sam Kennedy - have claimed there is no rush after receiving plenty of interest. Kennedy said: "There has been a lot of interest from numerous potential partners considering investment into the club. READ MORE FOOTBALL STORIESQATAR LATEST England in armband row ahead of Iran opener, Ronaldo finally breaks silence “It is early days in terms of exploring possibilities for possible investment into Liverpool." Kennedy added: “Great companies grow by adding value to their business. “One way to increase...
    Ryan Reynolds could be the next owner of an NHL team. The Deadpool actor, 46, has expressed interest in purchasing the Ottawa Senators if the team is sold. A native of Vancouver, Reynolds would make the purchase to keep the team in Ottawa, according to a report. MOTHER IN NEW YORK ARRESTED AFTER LETTING YOUNG SON GET TATTOO: POLICE The idea of Reynolds owning the Senators gained attention after the actor responded to a fan on Twitter who asked him to buy the team. ????— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) November 1, 2022 "Ottawa Senators are for sale... Come be our owner," the fan tweeted. Reynolds replied with a hand-on-chin emoji. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE FROM THE WASHINGTON EXAMINER The Senators are owned by the Melnyk family, who have reportedly been exploring the team's sale. Anna and Olivia Melnyk, daughters of late Senators owner Eugene Melnyk, are speculated to put up the team for sale in the coming months, according to the report. If Reynolds does buy the team, it would not be...
    London (CNN)British billionaire Jim Ratcliffe expressed interest in buying Manchester United on Tuesday -- if the club is for sale. In an email to CNN Sport, a spokesman for Ratcliffe confirmed his interest in the renowned Premier League club, saying: "We are simply confirming interest in the club if it is for sale." According to Forbes, Manchester United is worth $4.6 billion. Controlled by the Glazer family, which also owns the NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Manchester United is one of the biggest soccer clubs in the world, but it hasn't won the English Premier League since 2013.Ratcliffe's interest comes after a Bloomberg report, citing unidentified sources, that the Glazer family is open to selling a minority stake in the Premier League club to a US investment firm. Rumors that the club was for sale emerged on Tuesday after Elon Musk tweeted he was buying the club before later clarifying that his statement was part of a long-running joke and he wasn't buying any sports team.Read MoreCNN has reached out the Glazer family and Manchester United and has not received confirmation...
    MANCHESTER UNITED share prices on the New York Stock Exchange have skyrocketed amid Jim Ratcliffe's interest in buying the club. The Glazer family finally indicated that they could sell a stake in the Red Devils this week, leading to Ratcliffe's interest emerging. 1Jim Ratcliffe is interested in buying Manchester UnitedCredit: PA The British billionaire's interest has hugely affected United's share price on the NYSE, seeing it rise to $13.77 - 15 per cent more than last week. According to the Times' Martyn Ziegler, this rise has seen shares worth £200million more than they were this time last week. MORE FOLLOWS... Most read in SportACE SNAPS Paige VanZant serves up a stunning tennis-inspired look to leave fans in aweROAD TO QATAR When is the 2022 World Cup in Qatar?DEVILS MOVE Elon Musk claims he's buying Man Utd - but fans are set for disappointmentBASEBALL HORROR Little League World Series player, 12, in coma after falling from bunkbed
    AFTER a wild two years, the housing market is finally starting to cool. During the pandemic, home prices skyrocketed to levels the market had never seen as some buyers were forced to pay above ask due to such high demand. 1The housing market has seen record highs over the past two yearsCredit: Getty Experts say that higher interest rates, property shortages, and materials shortages are just a few reasons for the lower demand. As the Federal Reserve will most likely keep raising rates to curb inflation, homebuyers will face higher prices despite low demand. Because purchasing a home is one of the biggest investments people can make, buyers should properly prepare for it. There are many factors that homebuyers should consider before making such a large purchase. Read More on PropertyHOT PROPERTY I'm a real estate agent - five mistakes that cut thousands off a home's valueHOME HELP Mortgage stimulus for homeowners in each state worth up to $80,000 explained Below are just three of the top factors to consider before buying. 1. Mortgage rates Higher prices aren't the only...
    The owners of the Chicago Cubs have decided to end their interest in buying Chelsea, leaving three remaining bids. The decision was announced after the deadline to submit offers for the Premier League club which is being sold by sanctioned Russian owner Roman Abramovich. The bid was being led by Cubs chairman Tom Ricketts. “The Ricketts-Griffin-Gilbert Group has decided, after careful consideration, not to submit a final bid for Chelsea FC,” the group said in a statement. “In the process of finalizing their proposal, it became increasingly clear that certain issues could not be addressed given the unusual dynamics around the sales process. We have great admiration for Chelsea and its fans, and we wish the new owners well.” ___ More AP soccer: https://apnews.com/hub/soccer and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Copyright © 2022 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    ROMAN ABRAMOVICH'S decision to sell Chelsea has reportedly sparked over 300 parties expressing their interest in taking over. The billionaire has decided to sell-up after 19-years of ownership due to his questionable ties with Russian president Vladimir Putin. 3Over 300 parties have reportedly expressed an interest in buying ChelseaCredit: Getty 3'Moneyball' genius Beane has teamed up with US investment firm RedBird Capital Partners to explore the possibility of buying ChelseaCredit: Getty The 55-year-old wants an offer of £3billion to sanction a sale, having bought the club for £140million back in 2003. News of a sale has led to over 300 'expressions of interest' in becoming new owners of Chelsea, according to ESPN. New York based investment bank Raine Group LLC are in charge of finding Abramovich a buyer. Raine Group co-founder Joe Ravitch is helping lead the search for the 'best steward' for Chelsea going forward, while also aiming to secure a fair price, according to Reuters. And despite the influx of interest, Ravitch said: "We are not going to rush anything. It is very important that Chelsea...
    CONOR McGREGOR shared a brilliant animation of him as Chelsea manager after announcing his interest in buying the club. The UFC superstar reacted to the news that Roman Abramovich has put the Blues up for sale at £3billion. 5Conor McGregor shared a brilliant animation of him as Chelsea managerCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk 5The UFC star announced his interest in buying the clubCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk 5Conor McGregor next to what appears to be a cartoon Roman Abramovich He tweeted: "I wish to explore this. @ChelseaFC." McGregor, who also wanted to ambitiously takeover Manchester United, added fuel to the fire with a hilarious cartoon video. It the clip, it shows the Irishman holding a Chelsea press conference and then having a chat in a Blues tracksuit with what appears to be Abramovich. McGregor, 33, in 2021 ranked as the highest-paid athlete in the world earning £128million, with £113m earned away from the UFC. The famed fighter has previously spoken with Celtic's largest individual shareholder Dermot Desmond about acquiring shares. But when...
    PEP GUARDIOLA has ruled out buying a striker in January to replace Barcelona-bound Ferran Torres. Manchester City have agreed a £55million deal with the Spanish giants which is poised to go through at the start of next month. 3Ferran Torres has been linked with a move away from Manchester CityCredit: AFP 3Dortmund wonderkid Erling Haaland has been mooted as a replacementCredit: Getty The cash raised is likely to be used on a new centre forward – with Dortmund’s Erling Haaland among the targets. But asked if he would hit the January sales, Guardiola said: “No we are not going to bring a striker in January.” Guardiola is a huge admirer of Torres but insists he will not keep hold of players who do not want to be at the Etihad. He said: “Txiki didn’t tell me anything, I know they are negotiating and I think it is close. Txiki didn’t call me to text me to say it is already done. “If we had just two or three attacking players then maybe Ferran would think he had more chance to...
    Kevin O'LearyScott Mlyn | CNBC Celebrity investor Kevin O'Leary is investing in digital currencies, but he hasn't done so lightly, telling CNBC that he'd prefer to consult with regulators on this space rather than be a "crypto cowboy." O'Leary told CNBC's "Capital Connection" on Tuesday that he preferred to consult with regulators before investing in cryptocurrency, in order to see "what is possible and what isn't" in terms of their stance on the space. "I have zero interest in investing in litigation against the SEC [U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission], that is a very bad idea," he said, in a discussion around the U.S. regulator's case with fintech company Ripple. The SEC's case against Ripple is centered on its concerns about the fintech firm's ties to XRP, the world's seventh-biggest cryptocurrency. The SEC alleged that Ripple and its executives sold $1.3 billion worth of the tokens in an unregistered securities offering. O'Leary, who is an investor on "Shark Tank" and chairman of O'Shares ETF, said that he preferred to accommodate and comply with regulators "because that's where the real capital...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- We are in the midst of the hottest housing market in two decades, with bidding wars and even middling houses selling for more than the asking price.So what's a first-time homebuyer to do?Before you go walk through that open house or make a bid, here is some solid advice to save your sanity - and your wallet.The first rule for first-time homebuyers is this: start saving before you start shopping. Even a small down payment can be challenging to compile.For instance, if you're bidding on a $300,000 home, a down payment of just 5% percent is going run you $15,000.The less you put down, the riskier you are to a lender, and the higher your interest rate will be.That will make your monthly mortgage payment more expensive, costing you thousands in interest payments over the life of the loan.And if you put down less than 20%, you'll owe monthly private mortgage insurance (PMI).For that $300,000 house, the PMI will run you an extra $181 per month, or more than $2100 per year. That adds up.Consumer expert...
    Jeff Bezos reportedly has some interest in the Washington Football Team. Bezos’ name has long swirled around NFL ownership chatter, and he might be eying up Washington, according to documents obtained by Front Office Sports. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) EXCLUSIVE: Jeff Bezos has been interested in NFL team ownership for some time. Bezos’ attorney spoke with Baltimore-based sports investment banking firm Moag & Co., which led the effort to sell a portion of the the Washington Football Team.https://t.co/iIultYFib0 — Front Office Sports (@FOS) February 22, 2021 According to FOS, documents from Washington owner Dan Snyder’s defamation lawsuit against Indian media company MEA WorldWide show that Bezos’s attorneys spoke sports investment banking firm Moag & Co., which was reportedly leading the way when it came to “the effort to sell a chunk of the team.” As of this moment, Dan Snyder is still 100% in control of Washington. Bezos has previously been tied to the Detroit Lions, but nothing ever came of that.   View this post on Instagram   A post...
    AKRON, Ohio (AP) — Billionaire investor Carl Icahn has signaled an interest in making a large purchase of voting shares from one of the country's largest electric utilities, which is currently under investigation for its role in an Ohio bribery scandal. Akron-based FirstEnergy officials announced Thursday during an annual investor call that it received a letter from Icahn Capital LP on Tuesday saying the company has a “present good faith intention” to buy more than $184 million in voting shares but less than $920 million. FirstEnergy's stock price reached $35.11 in midafternoon trading Thursday after opening at $31.59. The company does not know what Icahn's intentions are or whether he has purchased stock to this point, FirstEnergy Chief Financial Officer John Taylor said. A message seeking comment was left with Icahn. FirstEnergy is a target of investigations by the U.S. Department of Justice and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. The company has been accused of secretly funding a $60 million bribery scheme involving the former Ohio House speaker and others to win passage of a $1 billion bailout for...
    AKRON, Ohio (AP) — Billionaire investor Carl Icahn has signaled an interest in making a large purchase of voting shares from one of the country’s largest electric utilities, which is currently under investigation for its role in an Ohio bribery scandal. Akron-based FirstEnergy officials announced Thursday during an annual investor call that it received a letter from Icahn Capital LP on Tuesday saying the company has a “present good faith intention” to buy more than $184 million in voting shares but less than $920 million. FirstEnergy’s stock price reached $35.11 in midafternoon trading Thursday after opening at $31.59. The company does not know what Icahn’s intentions are or whether he has purchased stock to this point, FirstEnergy Chief Financial Officer John Taylor said. A message seeking comment was left with Icahn. FirstEnergy is a target of investigations by the U.S. Department of Justice and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. The company has been accused of secretly funding a $60 million bribery scheme involving the former Ohio House speaker and others to win passage of a $1 billion bailout...
    February 11, 2021 6 min read This story originally appeared on ValueWalk Every year, the real estate market changes. That includes things like mortgage restrictions, qualifying criteria, interest rates and, of course, a fluctuating inventory. Sometimes, there’s an abundance of homes available to buy, and other times, inventory is incredibly tight. Depending on the situation, it’s either a buyer’s or seller’s market. While all of these things might feel a little frustrating, they also create some unique opportunities. You see, whether you’re interested in buying a house to live in or one as an investment, paying close attention to trends is an excellent way to know when and how to make your next move. As a potential buyer, this year’s buying trends can help you determine if you should purchase real estate now or wait. If you find the trends favorable, you can move forward in handling other tasks such as hiring a real estate agent, physically visiting different properties and looking for affordable homeowner’s insurance. The pandemic, along with a new President and administration,...
    Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports LeBron James wants to buy the Atlanta Dream. The Lakers superstar tweeted Tuesday night that he wants to "put together an ownership group" for the WNBA franchise. James' interest follows a WNBA-wide effort — including Atlanta players — to oust Dream owner Kelly Loeffler from her US Senate seat by publicly supporting Rev. Raphael Warnock. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. LeBron James already has nearly every possible basketball accolade printed on his resume. But now, the Los Angeles Lakers superstar is thinking about adding "WNBA franchise owner" to the list. Late Tuesday night, James expressed interest in buying the Atlanta Dream by writing on Twitter that he wants to "put together an ownership group" for the WNBA's only team based in the Southeastern United States. The Atlanta Dream. AP Photo/Phelan M. Ebenhack "Think I'm gone put together an ownership group for the The Dream," James wrote. "Whose in? #BlackVotesMatter ✊????" —LeBron James (@KingJames) January 6, 2021James' comments come after WNBA players — including athletes who play for Atlanta — banded...
    JUVENTUS manager Andrea Pirlo has opened the door for a move for Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud. The Frenchman has fallen down the pecking order at Stamford Bridge in recent months and has found himself playing second fiddle to Tammy Abraham and Timo Werner. 3Olivier Giroud has fallen down the Chelsea pecking orderCredit: PA 3Juventus boss Andrea Pirlo is open to signing Olivier GiroudCredit: Getty Giroud has made 15 appearances in all competitions this season but has completed 90 minutes just once. The former Arsenal man, 34, is eager to play regular first-team football as he's desperate to be selected in France's Euro 2020 squad. Despite being Chelsea's third-choice striker, Giroud has been in great form this season - scoring eight goals in his last seven appearances in the Premier League and Champions League. Giroud's recent purple patch has caught the attention of Pirlo, who admits the France international would be a welcome addition to his squad. 3 When asked about a potential move for Giroud, Pirlo said told DAZN: "He'd be handy! "The window opens tomorrow, we already discussed with...
    Benzinga 6 Reasons Why You Should Not Buy A Home Owning a home might be the epitome of the American dream, but it’s not engraved in stone! So, if you’ve been toying with the idea of giving up homeownership, then, by all means, go for it. However, given that homeownership is perceived as the hallmark of wealth, giving it up is set to bring you a lot of controversies. Individuals in your circle might even criticize. But regardless of what the greater population thinks, here are good reasons never to buy a home.Homeownership Costs Are Lifelong Advocates for homeownership often argue that paying rent is costly, but homeownership is equally as expensive. Homeownership costs do not end with that initial payment. It comes with lifelong costs, which, compared to renting, will create a dent in your finances and take away your peace of mind. For instance, utility bills like electricity and water are unavoidable and must be paid every month. According to Zillow, these bills alone cost homeowners between $2,300 and $4,600 annually. Add in recurring costs like insulation, heating...
    Appearing Tuesday on the Fox Business Network’s Cavuto: Coast to Coast, Fox Business journalist Charles Gasparino said there is intense speculation on Wall Street that CNN may be for sale and could be snapped up by Amazon CEO and Washington Post owner Jeff Bezos. A transcript is as follows:  NEIL CAVUTO: Let’s go to Charles Gasparino right now. He’s focusing on a number of things right now, including the quest for CNN that has some very interesting players. CHARLES GASPARINO: Put this in the genre of “heard on the street.” I used to write the column back in the day when I was young reporter at the Wall Street Journal when you heard investment banking speculation, and this is pretty hot and heavy investment banking speculation that CNN could be for sale, and that the buyer of CNN could be none other than Jeff Bezos, the Amazon founder, current owner, personally, of the Washington Post. […] It is rampant that Bezos is interested in buying CNN. Fox Business has not been able to confirm Bezos’ interest, he has not called us back. CNN has declined...
    CASH-STRAPPED Charlton could be saved by a mega-rich Dane who has registered an interest in buying the club. SunSport exclusively revealed how the Addicks face being booted out of the EFL unless current owners ESI sell the club. 2Thomas Sandgaard has revealed his intentions to buy CharltonCredit: Instagram @sandgaardfnd But 62-year-old Thomas Sandgaard, who is worth more than £350million, has offered the League One side a glimmer of hope. Speaking to South London Press, he revealed how he wants the opportunity to prove to owner Ronald Duchatelet that he is "100 per cent serious" in buying the club. He said: "I think Duchatelet and his advisors need to know I’m not just another random person with a long shot who tries to see if I can do something. “I’m serious and I will make this happen. “The goal is to make this happen before the club enters a phase of potentially administration. We don’t want penalties and other things against us. “We need to start building from day one. Let’s get it sorted out now before the season...
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF / CNN) — Twitter shares rose as much as 5% Monday after it reportedly held preliminary talks with TikTok, the troubled Chinese-owned social media app that the Trump administration wants to ban. The stock was up just 1.5% by midday, but the broader Nasdaq stock index had fallen by nearly 1%. On Saturday, the Wall Street Journal said the deal would involve TikTok’s US operations, but it’s unclear if Twitter will move forward with an acquisition. TikTok is reportedly worth tens of billions of dollars, which sparks questions about whether Twitter, which has a market cap of around $30 billion, can afford the app. Twitter didn’t comment to CNN Business about the Journal’s report. If it’s able to come up with the resources to buy TikTok, Twitter’s small size could alleviate antitrust concerns. Twitter previously owned another video app, Vine, but it closed down in 2017. Last week, Microsoft said it’s pushing forward with talks to acquire TikTok following a conversation between CEO Satya Nadella and President Donald Trump. The transaction could be complicated and difficult to accomplish. And Microsoft has in recent...
    New York (CNN Business)Twitter shares rose as much as 5% Monday after it reportedly held preliminary talks with TikTok, the troubled Chinese-owned social media app that the Trump administration wants to ban.The stock was up just 1.5% by midday, but the broader Nasdaq stock index had fallen by nearly 1%.On Saturday, the Wall Street Journal said the deal would involve TikTok's US operations, but it's unclear if Twitter will move forward with an acquisition. TikTok is reportedly worth tens of billions of dollars, which sparks questions about whether Twitter, which has a market cap of around $30 billion, can afford the app.Twitter (TWTR) didn't comment to CNN Business about the Journal's report. If it's able to come up with the resources to buy TikTok, Twitter's small size could alleviate antitrust concerns. Twitter previously owned another video app, Vine, but it closed down in 2017. Read MoreLast week, Microsoft (MSFT) said it's pushing forward with talks to acquire TikTok following a conversation between CEO Satya Nadella and President Donald Trump. The transaction could be complicated and difficult to accomplish. And Microsoft...
    Twitter Inc has approached TikTok's Chinese owner ByteDance to express interest in acquiring the U.S. operations of the video-sharing app, two people familiar with the matter told Reuters, as experts raised doubts over Twitter's ability to put together financing for a potential deal. It is far from certain that Twitter would be able to outbid Microsoft Corp and complete such a transformative deal in the 45 days that U.S. President Donald Trump has given ByteDance to agree to a sale, the sources said on Saturday. The news of Twitter and TikTok being in preliminary talks and Microsoft still being seen as the front-runner in bidding for the app's U.S. operations was reported earlier by The Wall Street Journal. Twitter has a market capitalization of close to $30 billion, almost as much as the valuation of TikTok's assets to be divested, and would need to raise additional capital to fund the deal, according to the sources. "Twitter will have a hard time putting together enough financing to acquire even the U.S. operations of TikTok. It doesn't have enough borrowing capacity," said...
    Apple has no interest in acquiring TikTok, the company said on Tuesday, denying a report by news website Axios from earlier in the day. Axios, citing sources outside Apple, earlier reported the iPhone maker has expressed interest in buying the ByteDance-owned firm. Microsoft is currently negotiating a deal to acquire the popular short-video app, with a 45-day deadline imposed by President Trump’s administration. Last week, Trump said he was planning to ban TikTok amid concerns its Chinese ownership represents a national security risk because of the personal data it handles.
    Apple has no interest in acquiring TikTok, the company said on Tuesday, denying a report by news website Axios from earlier in the day. Axios, citing sources outside Apple, earlier reported the iPhone maker has expressed interest in buying the ByteDance-owned firm. Microsoft is currently negotiating a deal to acquire the popular short-video app, with a 45-day deadline imposed by President Trump’s administration. Last week, Trump said he was planning to ban TikTok amid concerns its Chinese ownership represents a national security risk because of the personal data it handles. Filed under apple ,  donald trump ,  microsoft ,  TikTok ,  8/4/20
    President Donald Trump says he is on board with Microsoft buying the US arm of TikTok but they need to have the deal sorted by September 15 or the popular social app will be banned.  Trump's comments on Monday came as Microsoft added $77 billion in market value less than 24 hours after confirming it was in talks to by the US portion of the popular Chinese-owned video app.  Shares in Microsoft jumped nearly four percent on Monday, bringing the company's total market value to more than $1.6 trillion.  During a White House meeting, Trump said he didn't mind if the US tech giant purchased the social media app after having a 'great conversation' with Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella. Trump said any purchase by an American company would have to be done by the September 15 deadline.  He added that it might be easier if Microsoft buys all of TikTok rather than 30 percent. Trump, who last week threatened to ban TikTok over national security concerns, reversed course on Sunday and gave the two companies 45 days to reach a deal. ...
    (CBSNewYork)- Earlier Wednesday morning, a report from the New York Post, indicated that Las Vegas casino magnate Sheldon Adelson was the “mysterious” buyer interested in joining the Mets bidding. That report is now being denied by Mr. Adelson and his representatives. A spokesperson for Adelson reached out to CBS 2 to say that “Mr Adelson has no interest in purchasing the Mets,” pushing back on the idea that Adelson and private equity firm Silver Lake Partners aren’t bidding on the team on their own, rather they are joining the group led by Josh Harris and David Blitzer in pursuit of buying the team. The 86-year-old Adelson, who is the founder, chariman and CEO of Las Vegas Sands corporation, is worth a reported $30 billion. Silver Lake Partners operates a $43 billion fund. Adding the two to the Harris and Blitzer group would have made for an interesting showdown with reported current top bidder Steve Cohen. Adelson isn’t the only one disputing the reporting. Silver Lake Partners told amNewYork Metro that ““Any claim that Silver Lake is making or joining a...
    Buying a home is one of the most important decisions in anyone’s life, a long-term project that must be planned very well. In addition, when the health emergency was presented by COVID-19, it left many with the doubt of continuing with their plans or stopping, even those who had already started the purchase process. It is a good decision, even in this context, if you find the right house for your needs and interests, you have a stable economic and employment situation, and you have access to attractive financing. To buy a house you must adjust your budget. Photo: Reforma According to La Haus in Mexico, there is currently less competition for those who are determined to buy a home. For real estate agents and developers, these are great prospects as they are more engaged and motivated to purchase. The proptech that provides support in the home buying process, recommends 10 actions for those who want to acquire a property: 1. Define the interest of your purchase Do you plan to inhabit it or do...
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