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VIENNA (Reuters) - Swiss sports shoe maker On, partly owned by tennis champion Roger Federer, denied on Monday a newspaper report that said it was making preparations for a stock exchange listing.
(Reuters) - Six-times Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton praised his Mercedes team for taking a stance against racism but said after winning Sunday's Styrian Grand Prix that Ferrari and others should do more.
AIA Malaysia has joined forces with newly-appointed ambassador Datuk Nicol David as it advances its mission to help Malaysians live healthier and longer lives.
(Reuters) - ViacomCBS Inc said on Thursday it had signed an agreement with European soccer's governing body UEFA to live-stream Champions League matches on CBS All Access in the United States, starting this season through 2024.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has rejected Brazilian club Santos' case against Barcelona relating to the signing of Neymar in 2013, the Spanish club said in a statement on Tuesday.
MILAN (Reuters) - An Italian court has backed a petition filed by Italy's top flight soccer league Serie A in a legal row with its broadcast rights holder SKY over the non-payment of an instalment during the COVID-19 pandemic, two sources said on Wednesday.
BOGOTA (Reuters) - The Colombian Football Federation (FCF) and some of its senior members have been fined $4.6 million (3.6 million pounds) for planning and executing a scheme to resell World Cup tickets at inflated prices, the country’s commerce regulator said on Monday.
(Reuters) - ESPN Films will produce a documentary series about the life of NFL quarterback and civil rights advocate Colin Kaepernick as part of a wide-ranging production deal announced by Walt Disney Co on Monday.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Almost half of New Zealand's top flight rugby union players believe New Zealand Rugby (NZR) had not made the right choice in appointing Ian Foster as the All Blacks coach, according to a survey released on Monday.