Cope, Mohamed, Rowe on Maple Leaf Sports Deal

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Dec. 9 (Bloomberg) -- Jane Rowe, head of private equity for the Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan, George Cope, chief executive officer of BCE Inc., Lawrence Tanenbaum of Kilmer Sports and Nadir Mohamed, chief executive officer of Rogers Communications Inc., speak at a news conference about an agreement by Rogers and BCE to buy a controlling stake in Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment Ltd. for C$1.32 billion ($1.3 billion.) Canada's two largest phone companies will buy a 75 percent stake in Maple Leaf Sports, owner of the the most valuable team in the National Hockey League, from the teachers pension and Tanenbaum will increase his holding to 25 percent from 20 percent. (Source: Bloomberg)

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