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10-24-2012, 01:46 PM
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Originally Posted by True Blue View Post
You also need to acknowledge that Forbes has no access to the real books and records. Nor did Arthur Leavitt for that matter. There is an audited financial statement for each team. The owners do not give it away. The auditors are not allowed to discuss it. The only time it HAS to be turned over is in the case of an IRS audit. The owners have never made those statements available to anyone. So, yes, Forbes is what you point to. But one cannot simply ignore the fact that all Forbes has are reported numbers.
I acknowledge that.

I also believe that is still the most reliable information we have. I don't know if it's 100% true but I see no reason to believe it's not "more or less true."

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