Yankees Top Dodgers as Most Valuable MLB Franchise

Oct. 23 (Bloomberg) -- Neal Pilson, president of Pilson Communications, and Bloomberg's Peter J. Schwartz talk about the rising valuations for Major League Baseball franchises and possible relocations of existing teams. The New York Yankees are worth $3.3 billion, making them the sport’s most-valuable enterprise, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Pilson and Schwartz speak with Erik Schatzker on Bloomberg Television’s "Market Makers." (Source: Bloomberg)
What Lies Ahead for Cisco Under New CEO Chuck Robbins?
20:13 - Cisco has selected veteran salesman Chuck Robbins to succeed John Chambers as chief executive officer. Robbins brings global operations experience to the post, which he will take over on June 26. Bloomberg’s John Butler and Cory Johnson examine the move and the accomplishments of John Chambers on “Bloomberg West.” (Source: Bloomberg)
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