Double-Duty CEO: Sportfolio (10/17)

Oct. 17 (Bloomberg) -- Scott O'Neil discusses the challenges and opportunities of running pro sports teams in two different cities. O'Neil is CEO of the Philadelphia 76ers and the New Jersey Devils. Former Congressman Barry Goldwater Jr. explains his opposition to public subsidies for professional sports franchises and Jacksonville Jaguars President Mark Lamping proposes that his team's 4-year commitment to play in the NFL International series will benefit the team, the league and the city of Jacksonville. (Source: Bloomberg)

Inside Tom Colicchio's Fowler & Wells Restaurant
59:55 - Acclaimed cook and Top Chef judge Tom Colicchio is opening Fowler & Wells, his first New York City restaurant to open in six years. The restaurant is located within the Beekman Hotel in Manhattan's financial district. Colicchio is joining a list of celebrity chefs who are moving into the up and coming neighborhood. Will Coliccho's new project live up to his previous successes? Bloomberg's Kelly Belknap reports. (Source: Bloomberg)
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