Guest Post: A Proactive Cure for the Athlete Wealth Disease Epidemic – Part 1

By:  Todd Burach (Twitter:  @ToddBurach) Todd Burach works in wealth management in New York City. He specializes in asset allocation and investment strategy for upper high net worth clients, including corporate executives, professional athletes and entrepreneurs.  He is a 2007 graduate of Syracuse University where he was a member of Coach Boeheim’s back-to-back Big East championship teams. In 2012, Todd completed his MBA at New … Continue reading Guest Post: A Proactive Cure for the Athlete Wealth Disease Epidemic – Part 1

Curt Schilling’s Video Game Company 38 Studios, LLC Files For Bankruptcy

From 1988 through 2007, Curt Schilling amassed an impressive resume as a MLB pitcher.  At the helm of retirement in late 2006, Schilling attempted to find similar success in a new career by launching the video game development company 38 Studios, LLC.  Known largely for his play with the Boston Red Sox, the company was founded in Massachusetts.  However, in 2010, the company moved to … Continue reading Curt Schilling’s Video Game Company 38 Studios, LLC Files For Bankruptcy

For the Love of The Game: Why “The Game” Prevents MLB’s Takeover of the Dodgers

On June 27, 2011, Los Angeles Dodgers LLC and four other entities related to the Los Angeles Dodgers filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware.  The filing came nearly seven-and-one-half years to the date when Frank McCourt purchased the team for $430 million.  That transaction was a leveraged deal that was financed mostly by debt.  While … Continue reading For the Love of The Game: Why “The Game” Prevents MLB’s Takeover of the Dodgers