Vikings stadium is corporate welfare. -Minnesotans love the Vikings. That’s a fact. However, the Vikings franchise is owned by a billionaire from New Jersey — one Zygmunt “Zygi” Wilf. Wilf’s net worth is between $310 million, as reported by Sports Illustrated, and $1.3 billion, according to the Democratic Underground.com website. - - BrainerdDispatch 04/09/12
Without stadium, Vikings could move. - While Zygi and Mark Wilf are more directly involved in management of the team, the other partners are investors who I'm sure weren't happy when recently there was a call for an additional $20 million investment, with each partner's payment based on his percentage of ownership.-by Sid Hartman, Star Tribune - 04/15/12
On stadium cost, Vikings owners may not have much skin in the game by Tim Nelson, MPRNews ---But there hasn't been much discussion about the third leg of stadium financing: the $427 million that the Vikings owners have pledged to the project. Team officials call that part of the deal "private money." But that doesn't mean team owner and East Coast developer Zygi Wilf will necessarily foot the bill.- 04/05/2012
Vikings, NFL Condone Child Abuse (haikus) "In Minnesota - taxpayers give abusers - brand new stadiums"; "Abuse dogs, you get - suspended; abuse children, - you keep on playing" Minnesota Vikings owners Zygi Wilf and Mark Wilf send America a strong message on child abuse -- the wrong message, but a strong one.