Parsons Named Interim CEO of Clippers

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May 9 (Bloomberg) -- Former Citigroup Chairman Richard Parsons was named interim CEO of the NBA’s Los Angeles Clippers, whose owner has been banned from the league for making racist comments. Matt Miller reports on Bloomberg Television's "Street Smart." (Source: Bloomberg)

Clippers will get richard parsons as an interim ceo.

A very interesting appointment for a number of reasons.

He was the ceo of time warner from 2002-2007. he is currently this -- the senior advisor at an equity firm, and also a board member at madison square garden.

He will give up that poor position to become the interim ceo of the clippers.

The clippers owner was banned from for making racist remarks, for life.

The commissioner said he would appoint an interim ceo.

I find it interesting because he played basketball at the university of hawaii, and consider going pro until nelson rockefeller urged him to come back for law school.

It is interesting that richard parsons would become interim ceo because of his interest in basketball, because of his presence in the media.

I think you might enjoy the job.

Maybe he well.

And that is very interesting.

Thank you for keeping us up a bit.

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