Florida A&M Wants to Teach Retired NBA Players About BusinessBy
It’s been well documented that many retired professional athletes lead fractured financial lives. Extravagant lifestyles and hangers-on can drain multimillion-dollar salaries, and jocks with more money than business sense have been the targets of scams. Solutions have been elusive. (Remember when former New York Mets center fielder Lenny Dykstra launched a magazine to coach pro athletes to financial success? Here’s where that ended up.)
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