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FIFA President Sepp Blatter and his possible successor, UEFA chief Michel Platini, have been provisionally suspended for 90 days by the global soccer body's ethics committee.
FIFA President Sepp Blatter has been suspended for 90 days after mounting pressure from sponsors, CNBC's Sue Herera reports.
The calls come amid probes by the DOJ and the Swiss Attorney General's Office into corruption at FIFA after the indictment of 14 execs in May.
CNBC's Julia Chatterley talks to the public of Catalonia on the implications for the region if it chose to become independent.
The fallout from the Volkswagen emissions storm could have a sporting, as well as corporate, impact.
Carli Lloyd, 2015 Women's World Cup FIFA winner, says she's already preparing for her next big challenge, the summer Olympics in 2016.
Carli Lloyd, 2015 Women's World Cup FIFA winner, talks about preparing for the next Olympic Games in Brazil, sponsorships, and becoming part of Team Visa.
Forbes Magazine recently compiled a list of the highest-paid athletes in 2015 to date, and CNBC has put together a list of the top five earners.
The move follows allegations from an ex-footballer that he was involved in a plan to resell 2014 World Cup tickets for a lucrative profit.
Swiss authorities have approved the extradition of Uruguayan Eugenio Figueredo as part of an investigation into suspected corruption in soccer.
Australia national women's soccer team hung up its kit in a revolt over pay that is a fraction of the men's team. The FT reports.
One of the world's biggest soccer clubs has pledged to provide "substantial" aid to refugees living in Germany.
FIFA will meet with its sponsors to discuss corruption accusations.
NBC Sports extends its agreement to televise England's Premier League soccer games.
Many soccer fans assumed a Gold Cup Final between USA and Mexico, but ticket prices tanked after both teams stumbled.
For the first time in the history of Electronic Art's popular soccer franchise, a woman will appear on the cover of a FIFA video game.
The U.S. Senate subcommittee looking into the FIFA corruption scandal has heard about the poor treatment of workers in Qatar, the New York Times reports.
As the Barclays Asia Trophy kicks off in Singapore this week, Premier League CEO Richard Scudamore explains why these kind of events aren't lucrative from a business point of view.
Samsung is moving up the launch of its Galaxy Note smartphone, and the U.S. Women's national soccer team is celebrating its FIFA World Cup title with a parade in New York City, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
Pavle Sabic, director of market development at S&P Capital IQ, discusses its league table that assesses credit risk at the top soccer clubs.