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Jul 04, 2014

Costa Ricas excellent World Cup run highlights rise of Concacaf countries

Outdoing Asia and Africa, Concacaf has boosted its long-running campaign for a fourth direct World Cup qualifying spot Then there was one. Costa Rica are the last men standing for a Concacaf region that has hailed the Brazil World Cup as a crucial br... #Africa #Costa Rica #Brazil national football team

Jul 04, 2014

Costa Ricas excellent World Cup run highlights rise of Concacaf countries

Outdoing Asia and Africa, Concacaf has boosted its long-running campaign for a fourth direct World Cup qualifying spot Then there was one. Costa Rica are the last men standing for a Concacaf region that has hailed the Brazil World Cup as a crucial br... #Africa #Costa Rica #Brazil national football team

Jul 31, 2014

Watch: Net-a-Porter staff give their CEO the best retirement party ever

Mark Sebba is leaving his position as CEO of the company. After eleven years at the helm of the successful ecommerce site, Sebba made the announcement that he was leaving earlier this week. When he turned up the London offices after the announcement,... #Africa #Costa Rica #Brazil national football team

Jul 27, 2014

India’s Asia Cup Performance Shows Promise

Following India’s historic win over China in the 5th FIBA Asia Cup, coach Scott Flemming – who is formerly of the NBA’s D-League – explicitly stated that the win ”a significant milestone for the national team”. “This a significant milestone for […... #China #India #National Basketball Association

Jul 25, 2014

India Upset Over FIBA’s No Turban Rule

Two Sikh members of India’s national basketball team were forced to remove their turbans before being allowed to play in last week’s Asia Cup in Wuhan, China.  The International Basketball Federation (FIBA) has a rule that bans the use of any ”headge... #China #India

Jul 25, 2014

FIBA to review 'discriminatory' ban on headgear

The United States Olympic Committee and India&aposs government this week called for an end to the ban. GENEVA (AP) — Basketball's governing body will review its ban on players wearing headgear after claims Muslim and Sikh players were being discrimin... #China #India #US Olympic Committee #United States Olympic Committee #Council on American-Islamic Relations #Indiana State Sycamores (basketball)

Jul 24, 2014

Indian minister irked by turban row

Basketball's no-headgear rule has irked the Indian sports minister who has reacted with anger after two Sikh members of the men's national team had to remove their turbans before they were allowed to play in the recent Asia Cup in China. Players are ... #China #India #International Olympic Committee #Sarbananda Sonowal

Jul 22, 2014

Coca-Cola Shares Lose Their Fizz, Q2 Results Miss Estimates

Shares of Coca-Cola are losing their fizz on Tuesday. The soft-drink maker posted second quarter sales that missed forecasts. Earnings came in at $0.64 cents a share, just one penny better than a year ago. Sales declined more than 1% to roughly $12.6... #Latin America #Europe #North America #Asia #Coca-Cola Company #Muhtar Kent

Jul 22, 2014

Coca-Cola Shares Lose Their Fizz, Q2 Results Miss Estimates

Shares of Coca-Cola are losing their fizz on Tuesday. The soft-drink maker posted second quarter sales that missed forecasts. Earnings came in at $0.64 cents a share, just one penny better than a year ago. Sales declined more than 1% to roughly $12.6... #Latin America #Europe #North America #Asia #Coca-Cola Company #Muhtar Kent

Jul 22, 2014

Coca-Cola Shares Lose Their Fizz, Q2 Results Miss Estimates

Shares of Coca-Cola are losing their fizz on Tuesday. The soft-drink maker posted second quarter sales that missed forecasts. Earnings came in at $0.64 cents a share, just one penny better than a year ago. Sales declined more than 1% to roughly $12.6... #Latin America #Europe #North America #Asia #Coca-Cola Company #Muhtar Kent