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In 1984, Los Angeles actually made money hosting the Olympics
David Goldblatt, author of ‘The Games,’ outlines L.A.’s winning business model
Hosting the Olympics and coming away with a profit? Imagine that. Three cities that bucked the trend
The $51 billion price tag of Sochi is a reminder that the Winter Games can create an avalanche of public debt. But which cities actually managed to come out of their hosting stint on top?