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  • Red Bulls Arena Tax Ruling Upheld by N.J. Appeals Court

    The New York Red Bulls, the soccer team owned by Austrian billionaire Dietrich Mateschitz, owes property taxes to Harrison, New Jersey, where its stadium is located, an appeals court ruled, upholding a lower-court decision.

  • Red Bull’s Adrenaline Marketing Billionaire Mastermind

    Little known outside of his native Austria, Dietrich Mateschitz is one of the most successful entrepreneurs of our age, a man who single-handedly changed the landscape of the beverage industry by creating not just a new brand but a whole new category: the energy drink. As the visionary who brought the world Red Bull, affectionately known as "speed in a can" or even "liquid cocaine," Mateschitz, 67, has been a patron saint for more than two decades to late-night partiers, exam-week undergrads, long-haul truckers, and, above all, extreme-sports athletes everywhere.

  • The World’s 200 Richest People

    Bloomberg Markets’ inaugural list of the world’s richest people showcases the billionaires who pull the levers on the global economy. Their net worth totals $2.7 trillion, about the size of the gross domestic product of France, the fifth-biggest economy on the planet.

  • Red Bull Brings Formula One Back to Austria After 11-Year Hiatus

    Formula One will return to Austria next year, adding the Red Bull-branded Spielberg circuit to its Grand Prix schedule 11 years after leaving the Alpine country.

  • Soccer, Class Actions Increase, Google-Motorola: Compliance

    The New York Red Bulls, the soccer team owned by Austrian billionaire Dietrich Mateschitz, must pay property taxes to Harrison, New Jersey, a tax-court judge ruled.

  • Red Bulls Soccer Team Ordered to Pay Taxes on New Jersey Home-Field Arena

    The New York Red Bulls, the soccer team owned by Austrian billionaire Dietrich Mateschitz, owes property taxes to Harrison, New Jersey, a tax-court judge ruled.

  • Red Bull’s Team Manager Backs Ecclestone to Stay on as F-1 Boss

    Red Bull team principal Christian Horner backed Bernie Ecclestone to keep running Formula One as the 83-year-old chief executive officer awaits the verdict of his lawsuit over bribery allegations.

  • Red Bull's $675 Million Formula 1 Spending Spree Helps Brand Top Ferrari

    Red Bull GmbH leads Formula One brands including Ferrari SpA in television exposure after spending more than $675 million in five years, research shows.

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