Flamengo President on Soccer Club's Finances

June 6 (Bloomberg) -- Eduardo Bandeira de Mello, president of Rio de Janeiro's Flamengo soccer club, talks with Bloomberg's Tariq Panja about the club's finances and competitive strategy. Luis Eduardo Baptista, president of cable television operator Sky Brasil and a Flamengo board member, discusses state-owned bank Caixa Economica Federal's 25 million-reais shirt sponsorship agreement with the soccer club. (Source: Bloomberg)
Bill Ackman’s Tennis Protege to Make U.S. Open Debut
27:09 - Professional tennis player Frances Tiafoe talks about the role Pershing Square Capital Management founder Bill Ackman played in his career. Ackman, who Forbes lists as No. 691 among the world’s billionaires, helped support Tiafoe's junior career since they met in 2013. The 17-year-old, the son of a tennis center janitor who emigrated to the U.S. from Sierra Leone, makes his U.S. Open debut on Tuesday. (Source: Bloomberg)
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