Emails displayed in court show a lawyer for the parent company of AEG Live LLC referred to Michael Jackson as a “freak” on the day the singer signed a contract for his ill-fate comeback concerts.
An accounting executive for AEG Live LLC says the company spent $24 million producing Michael Jackson’s ill-fated “This Is It” concerts.
Billionaire Philip Anschutz said Thursday he is pulling AEG off the market and the company that owns the Los Angeles Kings and the Staples Center is no longer for sale.
Dale Kasler of The Sacramento Bee made time to talk to Grant about the breaking news in the Kings relocation rumors. Kasler explained that Mayor Kevin Johnson and NBA Commissioner David Stern contacted the CEO […]
Grant began the show by giving his opinions of San Francisco 49ers’ quarterback Alex Smith and Oakland Raiders’ quarterback Carson Palmer, and asked listeners to call in and give their opinion on which one they […]
Mayor Kevin Johnson’s Plan B to build a new downtown Sacramento arena is dead. Johnson confirmed that Tuesday when he announced AEG won’t invest in the project without the Sacramento Kings or another pro sports team involved in the deal.
For the first time in two years, the president of arena operator AEG spoke publicly Tuesday about why the company is investing millions in a new Sacramento sports and entertainment complex downtown.
Sacramento developer David Taylor, whose group earlier this week was approved by the City Council to build a new downtown arena, said Thursday that he’s upgraded the probability of the facility actually being built to “50-50.”
An international powerhouse is showing interest in helping Sacramento build a new arena.