Well based on that article, brokers are choosing to screw the buyers and say "too bad you don't get your super bowl tickets" instead of taking
The above answer is from http://www.treasury.gov/resource-cen...a_faqs_new.pdf which are cuban faqs on the treasury website.
Exactly. If let's say for example a team were to invest 80M in Moncada (40M bonus plus tax penalty) its a HUGE deal if he is later found guilty of fraudulent
Do you think Randall Simon enjoyed the sausage races?
Yeah. Those are just things to keep people entertained at the ballpark during commercial breaks. They're fun, kid friendly, and don't add any additional
it's probably mlb wanting some way to claw back bonuses upon a fraud being detected.