NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell informed team owners that the league would give up its tax-exempt status, saying the move would eliminate a "distraction," and that, "the change in filing status will make no material difference to our business." For some context, for giving up the exemption will cost the league $109 million over 10 years. However! It […]
Two years working for Roger Goodell must have been pure hell, compared to reporting to Lloyd.
Chief Financial Officer Anthony Noto is leaving the NFL after two years to return to Goldman Sachs.
Tony will be slumming it in IBD as the co-head of the Global Media Group. The NFL is cool with it though; they understand that not everyone is cut out for the big leagues. The good news is they’ve still got a Team Jehovah alum heading up the Finance Department:
The league said Monday that Eric Grubman will oversee the finance group at least until the end of collective bargaining negotiations with the NFL Players Association. Grubman is executive vice president of business operations and led the league’s finance operations when he joined the NFL in 2004.