Friday, March 31, 2006

Mitchell's record spotty at best in corporate roles

"Besides the apparent conflict from his Red Sox ties, Mitchell is chairman of Walt Disney, owner of ESPN, which has a $2.4 billion contract to air baseball games through the 2013 season. The sports network also is paying Barry Bonds - the player at the center of the steroid scandal - to star in his own reality-TV show. Observers also worry about Mitchell's spotty track record." Interesting rundown of his resume here. Hubris on parade.

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