Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer will reportedly buy the NBA's L.A. Clippers franchise for $2 billion, pending league approval and similar legal issues.
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Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has reported offered $1.8 billion to purchase the L.A. Clippers pro basketball team, which if accepted would be the second largest price for a U.S. sports team.
A new report claims former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has had a meeting with the owners of the Los Angeles Clippers NBA basketball team in an effort to acquire the franchise.
A deal involving Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer to bring the Sacramento Kings to Seattle was effectively killed by NBA owners in a vote Wednesday that wouldn't allow the team to relocate.
Microsoft has unlocked several of its sports-themed media streaming apps for all Xbox 360 users to access, including the ESPN app, from now until Sunday, April 28th.
Microsoft has responded to a California state senator's letter that made thinly veiled threats against the company by saying it isn't involved in the potential move of the Sacramento Kings to Seattle.
A California state senator has written a letter chastising Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer for his involvement in the Sacramento Kings relocation to Seattle, saying Ballmer shouldn't be part of the move.
A new report claims that Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer may be part of a group of investors that will pay $500 million to bring the Sacramento Kings NBA team to Seattle.