Robert Nederlander is a part owner of the New York Yankees.
Robert Nederlander is a part owner of the New York Yankees. He is also chairman of the family owned Nederlander Organziaton, one of the biggest owners of theatres in the world. Nederlander was named managing partner of the Yankees in 1990 and 1991 when George Steinbrenner was suspended from baseball.
Mr. Nederlander was a Director of Cendant Corp. from December 1997 and Chairman of the Corporate Governance Committee of Cendant Corp. from 2002 until he resigned in 2006 when he became a director of Realogy Corporation, a public company which was a spinoff from Cendant Corp. Mr. Nederlander resigned as a director of Realogy Corporation on April 10, 2007, when the company was sold. Mr. Nederlander was a director of HFS, Inc. from July 1995 to December 1997. Since November 1981, Mr. Nederlander has been President and/or Director of the Nederlander Organization, Inc., owner and operator of legitimate theaters in New York City. Since December 1998, Mr. Nederlander has been a managing partner of the Nederlander Company, LLC, operator of legitimate theaters outside New York City. Mr. Nederlander was Chairman of the board of directors of Varsity Brands, Inc. (formerly Riddell Sports Inc.) from April 1988 to September 2003 and was the Chief Executive Officer of such corporation from 1988 through April 1, 1993. Mr. Nederlander has been a limited partner and a director of the New York Yankees since 1973. Mr. Nederlander has been President of Nederlander Television and Film Productions, Inc. since October 1985. In addition, Mr. Nederlander was Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Mego Financial Corp. from January 1988 to January 2002, when he sold his stock interest and resigned. Mego Financial Corp. filed a voluntary petition under Chapter 11 of the U.S. federal bankruptcy code in July 2003. The voluntary petition was dismissed by the bankruptcy court in 2006.
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