For Dembore Silva, this year’s World Cup in Brazil means a new motorcycle.
Rio de Janeiro is eyeing a new way to bring World Cup tourists to the city from the airport: hovercraft.
Brazilian real bears are being hurt by President Dilma Rousseff’s bid to use the currency to tame inflation before elections in October.
Cricket-crazed Indians face a fresh attempt to spur their interest in soccer with a new football league that seeks to tap the potential audience provided by a nation of 1.2 billion people.
Sao Paulo water utility Sabesp extended its biggest weekly drop in 10 months after failing to secure a rate increase amid concern that shrinking drinking supplies will lead to rationing.
Home Depot Inc. co-founder Arthur Blank, having bought the Atlanta Falcons, is getting help from the city to build a $1.2 billion football stadium to replace a venue that a skeptic noted is barely older than Miley Cyrus.
Brazil’s central bank will allow commercial banks to open for an hour less on days the host nation plays in soccer’s World Cup so workers can watch games.
Sabesp, Brazil’s largest water utility, will find out tomorrow if regulators will support rate increases to help offset rising drought-related losses.
Southampton’s England forward Jay Rodriguez will be out injured for six months and miss soccer’s World Cup in Brazil.
The International Monetary Fund increased its growth forecast for the United Arab Emirates, citing rising real estate prices and Dubai’s World Expo 2020 win.
Balchunas on an ETF Play for the Olympics/World Cup