Had a hard time finding much of interest in this morning's news feeds. No shortage of Dolphin stadium talk, however.
A- TC Palm: Weird.
Her bedroom drawers had been turned inside out, but only one thing was missing from her guest bedroom: her mother's remains, kept in an engraved wooden box.B- South Florida Business Journal: So how's that paywall coming?
Media blogger Jim Romenesko is reporting that The Miami Herald will be issuing more furloughs for full-time employees, managers and executives.C- South Florida Business Journal: Birds of a feather.
The furlough program requires staff to take one week of unpaid furlough by June 30, according to a memo from Herald publisher David Landsberg that is posted on Romenesko’s blog.
The Miami Dolphins' PR blitz has enlisted prominent New Yorkers Donald Trump and Jonathan M. Tisch to back owner Stephen Ross' $400 million plan to modernize Sun Life Stadium.D- CBS4: Wash, rinse, repeat.
Ross is "a very good friend of mine," according to a Trump quote in a USA Today article last March when there was hope that Peyton Manning might come to the Miami Dolphins. Ross belongs to Trump's club in Palm Beach.
MIAMI (CBS4) – Miami businessman Norman Braman would like nothing better than to become the deal killer for a proposed plan to renovate Sun Life Stadium using tax dollars.
Braman, who fought a losing fight against the Marlins Ballpark, has harsh words for Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross.
“This is welfare for a multi-billionaire,” Braman told CBS4′s Eliott Rodriguez. “People have been struggling to keep their jobs and their homes, and here’s a guy who’s worth $4.4 billion and he’s asking for welfare to remodel his stadium.”