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28-Apr-2009

  • Q&A with new Miami Dolphin Andrew Gardner (Sun-Sentinel)

    (On the experience watching yesterday and waiting for his name to be called today and being selected by the Dolphins) --- "Yesterday wasn't too bad because I was fairly certain that I wasn't going to be a first, second round kind of guy this year. But today was a little more nerve wracking. I was incredibly excited about getting a call from the Dolphins. They told me I was going to be part of ...


  • BLOG: Red Sox exec to become Dolphins CEO? (Sun-Sentinel)

    Word around Boston is that Fenway Sports Group President and Red Sox Chief Operating Officer Mike Dee is leaving Red Sox Nation to become CEO of Dolphins Enterprises . That's the position overseeing the business side of the Dolphins and Dolphin Stadium that's currently held by Joe Bailey, whose contract is set to expire.


  • Dolphins win but coach holds praise (Sunshine Coast Daily)

    The Noosa Dolphins have bounced back from their narrow loss to University to score 38 unanswered points against the Fraser Coast Mariners at Dolphin Oval on Anzac Day.


  • Q&A with new Miami Dolphin Chris Clemons (Sun-Sentinel)

    (On what it will be like playing for an NFL team from his home state (he grew up in Arcadia, FL) "It's real exciting."


  • RasGas Finishes $2 Billion Storage Facility, Peninsula Reports (Bloomberg)

    RasGas developed the facilities, which will also handle condensate, for ?a range? of Ras Laffan-based energy producers including QatarGas1, QatarGas2, QatarGas3, QatarGas4, Dolphin Energy Ltd. and the Pearl gas-to-liquid plant, the newspaper said, citing company officials.


  • Dolphin Energy signs $3bn refinancing deal (Gulf Times)

    Abu-Dhabi-based Dolphin Energy has raised $3bn in debt refinancing and is seeking more financing through a bond and Islamic loan, London-based business journal Meed has reported.


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