The Madeleine Brand Show for April 10, 2012

$2 billion for the Dodgers, where did they find the money?

Dodger fans

Brian Watt / KPCC

Fans at Dodger Stadium's concession stand

It's opening day for the Los Angeles Dodgers, and a new day in terms of the team's ownership and future. A group of investors, including former Lakers' star Earvin "Magic" Johnson, recently agreed to pay more than $2 billion for the team.

That prompted Andrew Ross Sorkin, who writes for the Dealbook column for the New York Times, to wonder how will they come up with $2 billion to purchase the team.

Guest:

Andrew Ross Sorkin, Editor of the Dealbook column for the New York Times.


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