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11-12-2004, 08:31 AM
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Originally Posted by BlackRedGold
Not better info more like more impartial info.

Unlike Levitt, Forbes isn't on one side's payroll.
The accounting firms that do impartial audits get paid, too. There are rules and practices put in place to make sure things are accurate. Forbes can only make educated (we hope) guesses at revenues and costs.

I seriously doubt that either the Forbes reporter or Levitt has any conflicting interest whatsoever in the CBA negotiations. Levitt got his money up front and could say whatever he wanted to. Forbes makes money selling magazines. Neither of them gives a rat's patootie about the NHL or the NHLPA.

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