Peter Guber is a partner of Guggenheim Baseball Management. He became co-owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers on April 30, 2012. He is also chairman and CEO of Mandalay Entertainment Group, a multimedia entertainment vehicle in motion pictures, television, sports, sports entertainment, and digital media. Peter produced or executive produced (personally or through his companies) films that garnered five Best Picture Academy Award nominations (winning for Rain Man) and box office hits that include The Color Purple, Midnight Express, Batman, Flashdance, The Kids Are All Right and Soul Surfer.
Guber is an Owner and Co-Executive Chairman of the 2015 NBA Champion Golden State Warriors and an Owner and Executive Chairman of Major League Soccer's Los Angeles Football Club (LAFC). His Mandalay Baseball LLC is a co-owner with the Dodgers of the Triple-A Oklahoma City Dodgers. He is an owner of Dick Clark Productions, the premier provider of live award show television programming. He is an investor, board member, and Chairman of the Strategic Advisory Board for NextVR. He is Co-Executive Chairman of the e-sports ownership group, aXiomatic, which purchased the controlling interest in Team Liquid. He is Chairman of Mandalay Sports Media and a full professor at UCLA.
Guber is a noted author with works including Shootout: Surviving Fame and (Mis)Fortune in Hollywood, which became a seven-year television series on AMC which he hosted. He wrote the cover article for the Harvard Business Review titled, The Four Truths of the Storyteller. His most recent business book, Tell to Win, became an instant #1 New York Times bestseller.
Guber earned a B.A. degree from Syracuse University, and J.D. and LLM degrees from New York University.
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