In 2005, Jay has to cross, New York Jets decide President as he leads the search for a new home for the football team to New York Public Authorities Control Board rejected a $ 1.4 billion plan to build the New York Sports and Convention Center go (NYSCC) on the West Side of Manhattan. If built, the NYSCC would have served as the home of the Jets and possibly the opening ceremony for the Olympic Games in 2012. Examines the roles that various constituencies played in the development of their … Read more »

In 2005, Jay has to cross, New York Jets decide President as he leads the search for a new home for the football team to New York Public Authorities Control Board rejected a $ 1.4 billion plan to build the New York Sports and Convention Center go (NYSCC) on the West Side of Manhattan. If built, the NYSCC would have served as the home of the Jets and possibly the opening ceremony for the Olympic Games in 2012. Examines the roles that various constituencies played in development.
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A. Eugene Kohn,
Boyd E. Bishop
Source: Harvard Business School
21 pages.
Publication Date: Dec 22, 2006. Prod #: 207027-HCC-ENG
New York Jets – A West Side Story HBR case solution