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Oracle takes over AT&T naming rights for San Francisco stadium

Thursday 10 January 2019 | 14:28 CET | News
Oracle has bought the naming rights to the San Francisco baseball stadium, bringing an end to a 23-year deal with AT&T and its predecessor SBC. People familiar with the matter told Bloomberg that Oracle paid USD 200 million for the 20-year deal to have its name on the home of the San Francisco Giants baseball team, about twice what AT&T paid. 

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Categories: General
Companies: AT&T / Oracle
Countries: United States
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