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  • The Dallas Cowboys and the New York Yankees are the two most valuable franchises in sport, with Forbes valuing them at $5 billion and $4.6 billion respectively. 
  • Markets Insider investigated out how the two franchises came to be so dominant in the world of sport, with an exclusive interview with Randy Levine, New York Yankees president. 
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With a combined value of $9.6 billion the Dallas cowboys and the New York Yankees have become the biggest franchises in sport, dwarfing any other NFL, MLB or soccer team in the world.

In fact, they’re so huge that the New Orleans Saints, Jacksonville Jaguars, Liverpool FC and LA clippers combined don’t add up to the value of the Yankees and Cowboys.See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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