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(Reuters) - Edwin Watts Golf Shops LLC, which has about 90 stores in the U.S. Southeast, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Monday due to increased competition and waning enthusiasm for the sport, according to a court filing.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - When football teams battle for the World Cup in Brazil next year, another fight for global supremacy will be played out on the pitches - between Adidas and Nike.
SAO PAULO/RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - A tongue-in-cheek "Brazilian 2014 Calendar" making the rounds on Facebook jokes that, because of the football World Cup, an unusually late Carnival, other holidays and a presidential election, real work will only be possible during three months next year.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Adidas aims to replicate a sports stadium experience at flagship stores around the world, part of an effort by the German sportswear firm to make more direct sales, particularly in emerging markets.
LONDON (Reuters) - Mike Ashley's Sports Direct empire began in 1982 on a quiet high street in southeast England, with the help of a 10,000 pound loan from his parents.
BRASILIA (Reuters) - The World Cup will give Brazil's sluggish economy only a modest boost, if at all, although it should improve the country's reputation for business and tourism, despite construction delays and fears of social unrest, a Reuters poll found.
RIO DEIRO (Reuters) - When Adilson Ferreira hoped for big crowds during the World Cup, this wasn't what he had in mind.
BERLIN (Reuters) - A new German football shirt bearing four stars for Germany's four World Cup wins had sold out on Monday within hours of the team's triumph in Brazil - showing the kind of boost retailers can expect from the feel-good factor among fans in coming days.
BERLIN (Reuters) - German sportswear firm Puma