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They conquered football with Tampa's Super Bowl XXXVII win in 2003 and moved on to fútbol in '05, taking over the storied soccer club Man U. And while the Glazers have drawn the ire of fans for loading the club with debt, United is well on its way to a record 20th English league championship.
30 CARLOS BRITO
Anheuser-Busch InBev CEO
As head of the world's biggest brewer, Brito, 52, oversees global sports sponsorships from the Olympics to the World Cup, which will feature his brews through 2022 in Qatar (red-tape cutting pending). Domestically, Budweiser announced last year that it would remain the exclusive beer sponsor of the U.S. Olympic Committee and Team USA through '16.
31 DONALD FEHR
NHLPA executive director
During his quarter century heading MLB's players union average salaries grew from $289,000 to $3.2 million. In two years as executive director of the NHLPA, Fehr, 64, has already extracted concessions from management. (Is the NBA next?) Clever, calculating and as persistent as a toothache, Fehr inspires fear and loathing among owners—but athletes are lucky to have him on their side.
32 HERBERT HAINER