U.S. Topples Top-Ranked Germany 2-0 To Reach World Cup Final
In a battle between a fantastic attack and a fantastic defense, the latter prevailed, as two penalty kicks — one made, one whiffed — and a late insurance goal gave the U.S. the win.
What Chicago Restaurants Are Also Wedding Venues?
Here are seven Chicago restaurants that are known for their quality cuisine and their beautiful private event spaces for weddings.
FIFA yet to decide number of venues for women's U-17 World Cup
Football News: The venue which staged the country's first FIFA World Cup two years ago, on Tuesday kick-started the beginning of a process to stage another top tourn
38 Amazing Corporate Event Venues In North America
Are you an event planner looking for a corporate event or conference venue? Check out Bizzabo's blog on event venues for corporate event planners.
10 World Cup-Inspired Cocktails
Good news for your next World Cup party: The Travelling Gin Company whipped up 32 cocktails for the 32 countries competing. What better way to celebrate the blending of countries and cultures than by blending drinks?
World Cup Lessons for Business Owners
6 Things Every Business Owner Can Learn from the World Cup Say you’ve got a great idea for a business: Win the World Cup. A World Cup team is not that different from your own business (other than the TV audience of 3 billion people!). Consider the following 1. Employment Issues. Like many successful businesses, you’ll need some team members: quick forwards, insightful midfielders, tough defenders…
How the World Cup was Won
World Cup Lessons
What about this passion? Can you bottle it? Photo: Friso Gentsch/EPA/Landov I don’t know much about soccer. We have a team here in Portland, the Timbers. I have seen them play. I’ve listened to the Timber Army that stands, sings and waves banners through the entire match. I consider that to be a feat of extreme …
How the World Cup is like Media Relations
Did you have to Google an explanation of how the US Soccer team lost last week and still advanced to the next round of the World Cup? I did. While I was delighted with the result – the home team advancing – it wasn’t initially clear how they had pulled off such a coup. Once I better understood the brackets, that all ”wins” are not created equal, all “goals” weigh very important and that someone else losing helps, it made sense. It’s actually…
World Cup footballers' haircuts
From the Gel Boy to the Godzilla, players will be sporting an array of bold and curious hairstyles on the pitch. Lauren Cochrane outlines the key trends
A World Cup Guide for Financial Advisors
Advisors need to reach out to next gen clients. For the next month, next gen will be talking World Cup. Here’s a primer for advisors.
Here’s how the U.S. can advance in the World Cup
The U.S. national team has a good chance of making it to the round of 16 of the World Cup. It's tied for the lead in Group G with Germany, who it will play next. Both teams have four points. Portugal and Ghana each have one point. Here’s how the Americans can advance to the knockout round.
6 Career Lessons From the World Cup
AP Every four years the men and women's World Cups come along-the men's tournament is this year, the women play next year-and, if you're American, soccer is suddenly front-page
Cybersecurity at the World Cup: What You Should Know
Global sporting events require heightened cybersecurity because of the expanded digitization of sports venues.
Bound for the World Cup? Tips to Save You Money
From packing to tipping, booking flights to buying beverages, here’s some budget-friendly advice for those going to Brazil for the giant soccer tournament that kicks off next month.
How to Host a World Cup
South African officials claimed that the 2010 football tournament would strengthen national cohesion and bolster the economy. There’s scant evidence that it did either.
What's the World Cup Coming to? Mobile.
The World Cup is an event that transcends sports—and mobile is a channel that transcends everything.
World Cup kits through the ages
Explore the history of the World Cup with our graphic guide to every kit for the 32 competing teams since the competition began in 1930
10 questions for the men of the World Cup regarding their hairstyles
Hockey players grow playoff beards. The Williams sisters started atrend of wearing nail art in tennis. And soccer players are completely obsessed with their hair. we get this. They play on a global stage and don't have to wear any sort of hat or protective headwear. we'd want to have really good hair in that situation, too. As we've watched games during the 2014 World Cup, though, we've found myself flummoxed about some of their follicular choices. world cup brazil men players sports