Owners to pay 17 percent of revenue
CHICAGO -- The Chicago Cubs finalized a deal to end their dispute with most of the owners of rooftop bleachers that overlook Wrigley Field.
The deal generally follows a tentative 20-year agreement reached earlier this month with the help of U.S. Magistrate Judge Sidney Schenkier, according to Alderman Thomas Tunney, whose ward includes Wrigley Field, and Beth Murphy, who owns a rooftop bleacher business.
The rooftop business owners agreed to pay the team about 17
percent of their revenue ...
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