STAMFORD Conn. Sports and entertainment foodservice specialist Centerplate Inc. has declined to comment on indications that it could lose its lucrative, 40-year-old contract for Yankee Stadium when the ballpark is relocated next door in 2009. An executive of Stamford-based Centerplate asserted that a renewal of the contract, which provided the company with nearly 10 percent of its revenue last year, was still under discussion and that nothing had yet been decided.However, an industry ...
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