Lionel Messi saw any hope of carrying Argentina to World Cup glory slip away after falling to a 4-3 defeat against France in the Round of 16 on Saturday.
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Originally a guide to great food in France, the Michelin Guide has since expanded to increase restaurants and eateries around the globe, from Singapore street food stalls to the finest fine dining establishments in Paris, London and New York.
Dr Dre has been ordered to pay part of a $25m fine to a former business partner as part of a disagreement over the origin of Beats headphones.
Wayne Rooney is set to become a DC United player, joining the ranks of the former European stars that opted to see out their careers as MLS Designated Players (DPs).
Players dash around Centre Court in their all-white outfits, while those in the Royal Box sip Pimm’s and snack on strawberries in their designer suits and fancy hats.
The United Kingdom economy will see a spending increase by £720m this summer, even if England crash out of the 2018 FIFA World Cup at the Round of 16 stage, according to the Centre for Economic and Business Research.
Xiaomi, China’s biggest consumer electronics unicorn, has started taking orders ahead of its proposed initial public offering (IPO) in July.
The English Football Association is reportedly in talks with the Welsh, Scottish and Northern Irish associations over a potential joint bid to host the 2030 Fifa World Cup.
South Korea’s Bithumb has become the latest cryptocurrency exchange to have been hit by hackers, with 35bn South Korean won ($31.5m) reported to have been stolen.
As we approach the halfway mark of the 2018 Formula One season, the annual fight for first between Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton is hotting up.
Tesla founder Elon Musk has accused one employee of conducting “extensive and damaging sabotage” to the electric car manufacturer in a company-wide email sent yesterday.
The Video Assistant Referee (VAR) has played a starring role in the World Cup so far.
Clydesdale and Yorkshire Bank (CYBG) has agreed a £1.7bn deal to purchase Virgin Money, the Virgin Group’s financial services brand.
Six former or current Fitbit employees are accused of violating confidentiality agreements with their former employer, Jawbone, after they were found to be in possession of trade secrets belonging to the failed technology company.
The next stop on the PGA Tour will see golf fans descend on Long Island to watch the likes of Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods compete for the US Open.
We’re now approaching the back end of the 2018 PGA Tour calendar, but there’s still plenty to compete for.
The 2018 World Cup will get underway on Thursday.
After a long time at the top, David Haye retires.
Mobile network operator Vodafone has reported that data usage in the United Kingdom increased by 60% in 2017, as users increasingly utilised their smartphones to stream high-definition videos and play resource-heavy online games.
In 2015, industry analysts CCS Insight tipped wearable technology to become a $25bn industry by 2019.
More than one billion fans tuned in to watch Germany beat Argentina in the 2014 World Cup final.
The world’s leading 25 private wealth managers saw their assets under management increase by 14% in 2017, in what was a very good year for the wealth management industry.
A total of $103m was up for grabs at the 1998 France World Cup.
Spending a large part of the 2017/18 season on the sidelines through injury has done little damage to football superstar Neymar’s status in the sport.
PUBG vs Fortnite is a debate that the video game community has been having since mid-2017.
At one time, Tiger Woods was on track to join the ranks of Michael Jordan and Muhammad Ali as a sporting legend.
Surgery, radiation therapy and chemotherapy have long been the go-to for cancer treatment.
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