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Back then, just like now, not all the trustees were comfortable with the contract. Tavistock donated 50 acres and $12.5 million for the medical school in 2006, but there were lots of strings attached. UCF had to pay for roads and utilities to the
The proposed purchase, scheduled for a vote Thursday, has sparked questions about land values in Orlando's emerging Medical City amid an ongoing real-estate slump, and about UCF's relationship with the private company selling the plot. UCF wants land
M&B shareholder Joe Lewis is best known as the owner of Tottenham Hotspur football club. Photograph: Steve Nesius/Reuters City investors are expected to once again go to war with troubled pub group Mitchells & Butlers ' largest shareholders, led by
B Billionaire currency trader continues to circle pub group two months after abandoning bid Currency trader Joe Lewis has increased his stake in pub group Mitchells & Butlers two months after abandoning plans for a controversial nil-premium takeover
Its stock market flotation almost 30 years ago now sparked a string of copycat IPOs from other big (and not so big) football clubs almost all of them proved to be bad news for investors, more often than not the long-suffering fans of the clubs
Tavistock Group officially owns English Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur. Mariners could soon be owned by one of the richest men in Britain, Tottenham Hotspur owner Joe Lewis, with the club hopeful of landing a deal some time in the next month.
Politicians think they are and so, I suspect, do the vast majority of small shareholders. But will legislation be introduced to curb the corporate fat cats?...For one thing new rules would be almost impossible to police and, in addition, any self
billionaire Spurs owner has a mooring built for his 220ft superyacht Last updated at 4:41 PM on 30th September 2011 This is the extraordinary superyacht of billionaire Spurs owner Joe Lewis, currently moored up on the Thames near Tower Bridge.
Mitchells & Butlers, the pubs group, yesterday sought to play down suggestions it had become more vulnerable to a takeover from the Bahamas-based billionaire Joe Lewis after issuing a disappointing trading update. Mr Lewis, who owns 23 per cent of M&
Photograph Eamonn Farrell/Photocall Ireland Two views are possible of Mitchells & Butlers ' current trading. It's either a triumph that like-for-like sales have advanced for the 34th quarter in a row; or it's a disaster that the rate of growth has