In terms of business generated, we're moving in right direction.
Over half of those were contributing nothing to bottom line. They were costing us money. It's nice to lose those.
Life was a general interest magazine and since its reincarnation, it had always struggled to find its identity, to find its position in the marketplace.
We know it's going to be something along those line we are just not exactly sure what it will be.
We're delighted to have the Times Mirror titles become part of Time Inc., ... We think that their vertical sports enthusiast titles are a perfect fit with the Sports Illustrated group.
It's a sad day for us here.
I don't think you'll see a lot of change. It's not like John is moving into a situation that's broken and needs to be fixed.
The increased scale will provide us with a larger platform to market, sell and rollout new services.
One challenge is having an arena be part of a casino project and expecting events. Colleges can't play at two beautiful venues, the MGM Grand Garden and Mandalay Bay Events Center (because of the casino connections). Having another one of these will compete with them for events.
We have no suburbs - we're an island.
We just can't forget about it and let it languish. We've got to do something. (Let's) take a good hard look at it. Will it benefit us? Certainly. But it's going to benefit the community more importantly. That's the primary reason you've got to look at it but you got to want to do it.