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Gronk Financial

King Ing September 14, 2016 0

Next to Wu-Tang Financial there is no one else I want giving me financial advice other than Rob Gronkowski. He’s the one that puts away every penny he makes from his contract and only

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Poor Money Management from Professional Athletes

King Ing April 22, 2013 0

Going pro is a dream for any kid who grows up playing sports. Dreams of being drafted into the NBA, NFL, or MLB bring with it the idea of big homes, fast cars, beautiful

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Tiger Woods is Broke

Breezy July 15, 2011 0

As Tiger’s income declines, his expenses continue to rise.  Forbes has the scoop, but here are the juicy details on Tiger’s broke ass. 

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UCONN doing everything possible not to lose money on this BCS Bowl

King Ing December 17, 2010 0

While UCONN’s ticket sales for their Fiesta Bowl game against Oklahoma aren’t going so well, the school is trying another method to stay out of the red zone in their first trip to a

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Mark Cuban finds that pizza soothes the soul

California Correspondent May 28, 2009 3

It’s been a rough couple weeks for Mark Cuban. First, Time Warner drops HDNet due to “limited appeal”, and then Mavericks are eliminated from the playoffs. So, how do most people recoup after a

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All-star on the field, does not equal all-star investor

California Correspondent December 18, 2008 0

This post is about HRJ Capital, an investment firm with both Private Equity and Venture Capital arms. No, this isn’t another Wall Street story. It’s a sports story, because HRJ was started by ex-49ers

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Will the Mets Play at Citi Field or المملكة العربية السعودية Field?

California Correspondent November 22, 2008 2

With Citigroup on the verge of shedding 52,000 jobs and with their stock at a measly $3.70 per share, the troubled bank confirmed that they are sticking with their $20 million per year naming

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When 5th Place Gets You More Cash Than 1st Place

California Correspondent November 13, 2008 4

When 24 year-old Tim Lincecum won the NL Cy Young award earlier this week, he was all teeth smiles at his press conference. He pitched a hell of a season and dominated in the

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5 Ways the Wall Street Fiasco Impacts Sports

California Correspondent September 17, 2008 2

1. Manchester United will have to find a new sponsor, now that AIG is being propped up buy the US government. 2. With 20,000+ people getting laid off on Wall Street, the corporate boxes

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Stephon Marbury buys himself a private jet

King Ing August 27, 2008 2

With gas prices still at an outrageous level, one wonders why Stephon Marbury would go and plunk down millions for a private jet. Page Six reports: “Marbury – in the last year of his

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