soccer

Even World Cup Winners Are Not Immune to the Gender Pay Gap

Five members of the US women's national soccer team filed a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

Nina Zipkin

Professional Lessons Learned From Germany's 2014 World Cup Title

Creating a world-class soccer team involves a similar process for becoming a successful entrepreneur.

Eric M. Ruiz

The Real Winner of the Women's World Cup: Nike

According to a social media firm, the Swoosh took the day.

5 Tips for Entrepreneurs to Keep Moving Forward

To be successful in business, stay in action, even if it means going sideways at times (as in soccer) to reach a goal.

Jesse Torres

Choosing Between Opportunity and the Comfort of Home

A Waze manager recalls his painful decision to leave his native turf, California's Central Valley, to explore greener entrepreneurial options.

Eric M. Ruiz

Underdogs, at the World Cup and in Business, Just Need One to Win

You never know when success will come, so always put in more energy, effort and motivation.

John Brubaker

U.S.A.-Belgium World Cup Game Sparks a Waffle War

Restaurant chains Waffle House and Bojangles are encouraging U.S. fans to boycott Belgian waffles to support the USA World Cup team.

Kate Taylor

What Entrepreneurs Can Learn From the World Cup

Entrepreneurs and soccer players may have different types of goals. But they can both get there in similar fashion.

Eric M. Ruiz