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“But Ruff found it hard to be dejected due to the announcement that billionaire businessman Tom Golisano is set to purchase the financially troubled Sabres.”
“In fact, at the time, McCall called Golisano "my secret weapon".”
“Golisano hasn't explained how he plans to push for this, but I suspect it'll involve spending on behalf of state legislators who support the plan.”
“Forbes magazine recently estimated his wealth at $1.4 billion, but Mr. Golisano said that number was low.”
“Mr. Golisano, 69 years old, made his fortune as the founder of Paychex Inc., a payroll-processing company he started in Rochester, N.Y., with $3,000 in 1971.”
“Others who have expressed interest in the team include Mark Cuban, owner of the National Basketball Association's Dallas Mavericks, Ron Burkle, the California financier who is an owner of the National Hockey League's Pittsburgh Penguins, and Tom Golisano, the billionaire former owner of hockey's Buffalo Sabres.”
“Tom Golisano says his financial resources and knowledge of the finer points of baseball make him an attractive candidate for a team that is mired in a protracted bankruptcy proceeding, though his lack of a connection to Southern California could prove problematic.”
“Baseball has been my favorite sport all my life," Mr. Golisano said in an interview with The Wall Street Journal.”
“The biggest problem for Mr. Golisano is the growing public campaign, especially in the media, to ensure that the baseball team's new owner is an "Angeleno.”
“Mr. Golisano is also known for his unsuccessful runs for governor of New York state.”
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