Bloomberg Business of Sports: Athlete | Empire: Ndamukong Suh
Ndamukong Suh started planning his life in business even before he made it to the University of Nebraska and, ultimately, an All-Pro, Super Bowl-winning NFL career. He leveraged Nebraska connections like Warren Buffett and TD Ameritrade CEO Joe Moglia and started buying property with his dad. Now, as the 35-year-old Suh weighs whether and when to wind down his time in pro football, he's using his hometown of Portland as a base to tackle massive social and economic issues -- from the wealth gap to affordable housing -- by thoughtfully buying and building real and estate and restaurants. For the latest installment in our "Athlete|Empire" series, Bloomberg's Jason Kelly sat down with Suh at the Portland home he shares with his wife Katya and twin one-year-old sons to dig into his history and ambition.
Bloomberg: NFL’s Suh Runs With Buffett, Sees Real Estate as an Equalizer
Ndamukong Suh chose to play football at the University of Nebraska for its construction engineering program. The connections he made through the school helped him build something he might not have expected.
The fierce, Super Bowl-winning defensive tackle has methodically put together a portfolio spanning commercial and residential real estate, tech companies and restaurants. As he weighs winding down his career on the field, he’s honing his ambitions off it.
“THE LEAD1 ANGLE” EPISODE 22: JOE MOGLIA, COASTAL CAROLINA
On Tuesday, LEAD1 Association (“LEAD1”) released its 22nd episode of the “LEAD1 Angle with Tom McMillen,” where LEAD1 President and CEO, Tom McMillen, interviewed Joe Moglia, chair of athletics at Coastal Carolina, and the former head football coach at the school, as well as former chairman of the board at TD Ameritrade.
Joe Moglia on his Career and the State of the NCAA
Join Michael Barr and guest host Damian Sassower as they chat with former chairman of the board and CEO of TD Ameritrade and former head football coach at Coastal Carolina University, Joe Moglia, who gives us insights on NIL, NCAA decision making and more on Business of Sports.
Former TD Ameritrade CEO Joe Moglia on markets: The worst is not over yet
Joe Moglia, former chairman and CEO of TD Ameritrade, joins CNBC’s ‘Squawk Box’ to discuss markets after the S&P 500 reached bear market territory on Monday.
"SEC Proposing Sweeping Changes" Joe Moglia on Bloomberg
US SEC Chair Gary Gensler is proposing a number of changes aimed at leveling the playing field for US retail traders. Joe Moglia, Fundamental Global Investors and Capital Wealth Advisors Chairman, reacted to the changes with Alix Steel and Guy Johnson on "Bloomberg Markets: Americas". (Source: Bloomberg)
Squawk Box: White House planning to cancel $10K in student debt per borrower: WaPo
The Biden administration is planning to cancel $10,000 in student debt per borrow, according to the Washington Post. Joe Moglia, former chairman and CEO of TD Ameritrade, joins CNBC’s ‘Squawk Box’ to weigh in.