Investors in Ratner’s Nets

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The following list, obtained by The Brooklyn Papers, shows the names of those with an interest in the New Jersey Nets, the sale of which was approved by the National Basketball Association last week:


Arthur J. Rabin
Charles S. Bresler
Sidney M. Bresler
Fleur S. Bresler
Brian Bedol
David Salomon
David Segel
FCR Sports LLC
BR Basketball LLC
Bruce Ratner
Michael D. Ratner
Elizabeth Ratner
Rebecca Ratner
Jacob Ratner
Ana Ratner
Forest City Sports LLC
FC Basketball Inc.
Forest City Enterprises Inc.
James M. Allwin
Jason Rabin
Teresa Viola
Susan King
Michael Viola
John Viola
Travis Viola
Londell McMillian
Paul Britton
Robert S. Rubin
Shawn Carter (aka Jay-Z)
Lyor Cohen
Mary Higgins Clark
Fred Lafer
Marilyn Taub
Ira Taub
Steven Taub
Judith Gold
Alan Landis
Linda Landis
Rochelle Kaplan
Scott Landis
Dana Landis
Lewis Katz
Drew Katz
Robert Denenberg
Marc Lasry
Vincent Pica II
Richard Schoninger
Marc Brutten
David Hokin
Overhill Trust
Gary S. Hokin
Eugene B. Levin
Debra Hokin
Joseph Hokin
Samuel Hokin
Sheri Hokin
Ahron Hersh
Robert Hartman
Norman Epstein
Morton Dear
David Weisberger
Ron Moelis
James Greene Jr.
Sanford Loewentheil
Timothy Taussig
James McGrath
David Kuperberg
James Goren
Alexander Goren
Parande Brooklyn Ventures LLC
Parande Brooklyn Corp.
Parande SAS
Fonciere Euris
Euris S.A.
Groupe Euris
Jean-Charles Naouri
Gary Sherman
Joel-Andre Ornstein
Gary Lieberman
Robert Denenberg
Ronald Palmerick
Richard Minieri
Edmund Mei
H. Lewis Rapaport
Arthur S. Doerner
John A. Rapaport
Susan H. Rapaport
Frederick Merrill
John Marone
Jeremiah Ryan
Daniel Ahern
Brendan Ahern
Richard Giddon
Estee Rubstein
Dorit Rosen
Esther Yarmish
AnnMarie Marrone
Dawn S. Marrone
Jeanine Marrone
Michael G. Marrone
James G. Marrone
Joseph G. Marrone
Frank M. McCann
Stuart Moskowitz
Lori Moskowitz
Steven Tenedios
Robert Ciprietti
Nicholas J. Patti
Jeffrey Peek
R.P. Brennan General Contracts & Builders Inc.
Michael Brennan
Harold Snyder
Marttin Rostowsky
Stephen Rostowsky
Lester Toporovsky
Mary Ann Tighe
Anthony Mazzo
Heymi Kuriel
Melvin Febesh
Vittorio DiGiorgio
Leon Levy
Dolly Williams
Adonijah Williams
David B. Pinter
Sabino S. Pace
Neil Devincenzo

Lewis Katz
Kurt T. Borowsky
David J. Roy
Michael T. Gilfillan
Kurt T. Borowsky
David J. Roy
Raymond G. Chambers
Francis X. Wentworth Jr.
Allen Bildner
Joan Bildner
James Bildner
Robert Bildner
L. Dennis Kozlowski
Cheryl Kozlowski
Sandra Kozlowski
Jeffrey R. Walsh
Frank E. Walsh III
Meghan Walsh Cioffi
Brian Bedol
Michael T. Gilfillan
Jeffrey Jacobs
Drew Katz
Craig Kallman
Armory Ross
Tim Troutman
Allyson Ross
Dana Ross
Edmund Ross III
Charlotte Ross
Francis X. Wentworth Jr.
Stanley Gale
Leslie Aufzien Levine
Lisa Aufzien
Meredith Aufzien Bauer
Jonathan Aufzien
Jerry Cohen
David Gerstein
Jane Ellen Gerstein
James Gerstein
Mark Gerstein
Milton Gerstein
Steven B. Cohen
Gary R. Cohen
Caralyn Fuld
Milton Gerstein
Joseph Taub
Michael Rowe
Leo Ehrline
James Lampariello
Willis Reed
Raymond Schaetzle
Steven A. Denning
William Ford
WIlliam O. Grabe
David C. Hodgson
Peter L. Bloom
Susan Bell
Vincent D’Agostino
Ian Bell
Kylie Bell
Curren Bell
Stuart Bell
Richard J. Green
Joseph F. Mikolaitis
Daniel B. Green
Benjamin W. Green
Arlin S. Green
Arlin Adams
Jeffrey P. Orleans
Benjamin Goldman
Keith A. Hightower
Robert F.X. Sillerman
Updated 4:00 pm, November 10, 2010
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