In many ways, it doesn’t matter how many people fill the Coliseum for a Rams game or the Stub Hub Center to see the Chargers. Both teams could play in front of empty stadiums and still be worth far more than they were in their previous homes of St Louis and San Diego. The fact they will be in the nation’s second-biggest city and Rams (and Arsenal as well as the Denver Nuggets and Colorado Avalanche) owner Stan Kroenke’s $2.6bn stadium is enough to fetch a fatter price on the open market. Plus, the Rams have bigger ambitions as the world’s NFL team, actively using their base in LA to attract fans from Asia and Europe. … [Read more...] about The NFL’s LA teams could bring empty stadium porn to a whole new level
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This is what others trying to write the LA story have found. Football fans seem more ambivalent than euphoric, Maybe this is what happens when you go 20 years without football in Los Angeles. Now that a real possibility exists that the NFL is coming back, a sense fans seem almost wary if not uninterested. If the NFL is going to push hard to bring a team it needs to find a way to motivate people like Bole and Ramus. They are going to have to find a way to make fans here care. In many ways, the easy part is getting the teams here and building the stadium. … [Read more...] about After two decades, do Angelenos really care about the NFL’s return to LA?
.The crisis has caused private payrolls to drop for the first time since 2017, likely as businesses shut down in compliance with strict measures by authorities to contain the global pandemic, supporting economists' views that the longest employment boom in history ended in March. … [Read more...] about Workers at Bezos-owned companies plan MORE protests: Staff at second Amazon warehouse walkout as Whole Foods ‘sick out’ organizers slam the billionaire and execs for criticizing their demonstration ‘while they work safely from home’