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Ever since Orthwein had bought the team in 1992, there had been constant rumors that he wanted to move the Patriots to St. In 1994, Orthwein offered Kraft million to buy out the remainder of the team's lease at what was now Foxboro Stadium.
Had Kraft accepted Orthwein's offer, it would have cleared the last significant hurdle to moving the team. By 1994, Orthwein was not interested in operating the team in New England long-term, and decided to sell it.
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Philbin in 1970, but chose not to, citing the loss of privacy and strain on his family entering politics would have caused. In 1972, he founded International Forest Products, a trader of physical paper commodities.
He was further discouraged from entering politics by the suicide of his friend, State Representative H. The two combined companies make up the largest privately held paper and packaging companies in the United States.
At the age of 27, Kraft was elected chairman of the Newton Democratic City Committee.
He considered running against Massachusetts's 3rd congressional district Representative Philip J.
His sports holdings include: the National Football League's New England Patriots, Major League Soccer's New England Revolution and the stadium in which both teams play, Gillette Stadium. His father – Harry Kraft, a dress manufacturer in Boston's Chinatown – was a respected Jewish lay leader at Congregation Kehillath Israel in Brookline and wanted his son to become a rabbi.
Kraft has stated that he started the company out of a hunch that the increase in international communications and transportation would lead to an expansion of global trade in the late twentieth century.