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August 16, 1990 | ROSS NEWHAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Owners of the New York Yankees raised the curtain on a potential new era Wednesday by unanimously approving George Steinbrenner's recommendation that Robert Nederlander replace him as general partner. Nederlander, 57, is a lawyer and president of the Nederlander Organization, a firm long associated with the entertainment industry through the ownership and management of theaters and the production of concerts and shows.
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February 29, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Baseball Commissioner Fay Vincent rejected Daniel R. McCarthy's bid to become managing general partner of the New York Yankees on Friday and gave the team two weeks to designate a replacement. "It is not in the best interests of baseball for Mr. McCarthy to be the permanent general partner of the Yankees," Vincent said in a prepared statement. He would not elaborate. McCarthy, a Cleveland tax lawyer and a close friend of Yankee owner George Steinbrenner, was proposed by the team on Dec.
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December 6, 1991
Robert Nederlander, who succeeded George Steinbrenner as managing general partner of the New York Yankees, announced that he will resign Dec 31. Nederlander has been in control of the team since Aug. 20, 1990, when Steinbrenner was ordered to step down by Commissioner Fay Vincent after an investigation into his dealings with admitted gambler Howard Spira. Steinbrenner still controls 55% of the Yankee stock.
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December 6, 1991
Robert Nederlander, who succeeded George Steinbrenner as managing general partner of the New York Yankees, announced that he will resign Dec 31. Nederlander has been in control of the team since Aug. 20, 1990, when Steinbrenner was ordered to step down by Commissioner Fay Vincent after an investigation into his dealings with admitted gambler Howard Spira. Steinbrenner still controls 55% of the Yankee stock.
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February 29, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Baseball Commissioner Fay Vincent rejected Daniel R. McCarthy's bid to become managing general partner of the New York Yankees on Friday and gave the team two weeks to designate a replacement. "It is not in the best interests of baseball for Mr. McCarthy to be the permanent general partner of the Yankees," Vincent said in a prepared statement. He would not elaborate. McCarthy, a Cleveland tax lawyer and a close friend of Yankee owner George Steinbrenner, was proposed by the team on Dec.
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September 14, 1990 | From Associated Press
Broadway producer Robert Nederlander, promising to return front-office stability and fiscal sanity to the New York Yankees after George Steinbrenner's 17 1/2 years in control, was unanimously approved by major league owners as the team's new general partner Thursday. The owners ended their quarterly meetings by extending Bobby Brown's contract as American League president for two years, and by more than doubling the pension benefits of players who retired from 1947 through '58.
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November 4, 1990 | JON HEYMAN, NEWSDAY
For the first time since becoming the New York Yankees' general partner, Robert Nederlander met with the media Wednesday. He sounded like a man who had watched and witnessed and charted George Steinbrenner's 17-plus seasons and who had decided to do everything the opposite way. Nederlander must have heard those "George Must Go" chants.
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July 21, 1992 | ALEENE MacMINN, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
Rubin Resigns: Arthur Rubin has resigned as executive vice president and general manager of the Nederlander Organization "to pursue other personal business interests." Rubin, 66, was the highest-ranking Nederlander official after James and Robert Nederlander, the principal executives of the family-controlled theater chain.
SPORTS
August 18, 1990
As the battle of New York rages on, it's getting harder and harder to figure out who is fighting whom. The Yankees' limited partners who sued to keep George Steinbrenner in power got no support from other co-owners Friday. Fourteen of the 18 limited partners said they would not join in the lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court by part-owners Daniel R. McCarthy and Harold M. Bowman Thursday. A hearing on their request for a restraining order is scheduled for Monday.
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November 4, 1990 | JON HEYMAN, NEWSDAY
For the first time since becoming the New York Yankees' general partner, Robert Nederlander met with the media Wednesday. He sounded like a man who had watched and witnessed and charted George Steinbrenner's 17-plus seasons and who had decided to do everything the opposite way. Nederlander must have heard those "George Must Go" chants.
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September 14, 1990 | From Associated Press
Broadway producer Robert Nederlander, promising to return front-office stability and fiscal sanity to the New York Yankees after George Steinbrenner's 17 1/2 years in control, was unanimously approved by major league owners as the team's new general partner Thursday. The owners ended their quarterly meetings by extending Bobby Brown's contract as American League president for two years, and by more than doubling the pension benefits of players who retired from 1947 through '58.
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August 16, 1990 | ROSS NEWHAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Owners of the New York Yankees raised the curtain on a potential new era Wednesday by unanimously approving George Steinbrenner's recommendation that Robert Nederlander replace him as general partner. Nederlander, 57, is a lawyer and president of the Nederlander Organization, a firm long associated with the entertainment industry through the ownership and management of theaters and the production of concerts and shows.
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