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  1. Chinese group takes a stake in Inter Milan

    Posted Aug 03rd 2012, 12:00am

    ... Toh Han Shih hanshih.toh@scmp.com A minority stake acquired by a group of Chinese investors in Italian football club FC Internazionale, also known as Inter Milan, may increase as China Railway Construction Corp (CRCC) will build a stadium for the club. The state-owned firm will help build a stadium for the top Italian soccer team to burnish its construction skills to the West. ...

  2. Art imitates corporate life as boxes go all out to add a splash of colour

    Posted Mar 31st 2008, 12:00am by Robby Nimmo

    ... one of the largest corporate artwork collections globally.' The art of rugby was looked at in a unique way over at UBS. Their walls featured huge images by South China Morning Post ... much in evidence than in the corporate boxes. Art was a big theme on the upper decks this year, colour and movement off the pitch being the Sevens' ultimate canvas. Mona Lisa was smiling ...

  3. Ditch corporate excess for the democratic Games

    Posted Aug 01st 2012, 12:00am

    ... Olympiad during the global recession. But as the row over the corporates' hold over the Games rages, the claim that this is the Spartan Olympics is wearing increasingly thin. The sponsors ... and football would all disappear in a puff of dust if the corporate limo sped off into the sunset, so the defence goes. Thus, Coe said, the sponsors deserved special attention in London, such as VIP ...

  4. World 'united' behind club

    Posted Feb 21st 2012, 12:00am

    ... the world- from Chile to China. A quick look at the Manchester United fanblog, Truly Red, reveals the diversity of the team's fans. One of the newest postings is from a fan in Kathmandu, Nepal- ... of a Giant How many of today's Manchester United fans know that the club began with a few railway workers kicking a ball around? In 1878, a group of workmen at the Lancashire and Yorkshire ...

  5. Want Olympic gold? Show me the money

    Posted Jul 17th 2012, 12:00am

    ... it is a hosting country. This may explain why it tips the US, China and Russia to be in the top three. The US, the largest economy in the world with a lot of corporate sponsorship, will still be top ... such as the US, China, Russia and host country Britain will take the lead. PwC has used financial and political factors to predict the medal table of Olympic Games in 2000 in Sydney, Athens in 2004, ...

  6. Talking points

    Posted Jan 27th 2012, 12:00am

    ... Rugby World Cup confirmed his retirement. Railways brace as holiday draws to an end China's railway system is bracing for the rush home to big cities as the Lunar New Year holiday comes to an end. The holiday officially ends on Sunday and railway authorities expect the number of travellers to peak today and tomorrow. Extra trains have been arranged. New Zealand PM leads team ...

  7. Mainland racing still far from an appealing wager

    Posted Apr 25th 2012, 12:00am

    ... The siren song of doing business in China has claimed many a wrecked vessel in the business world, not just in the modern day but going back a century, and when it comes to horse racing the song seems so much sweeter and irresistible. Yet is China any closer to having a thoroughbred racing industry, even a recognisable, modern thoroughbred racing sport, this week than it was last ...

  8. TVB turns up heat in row over Olympics

    Posted Jul 10th 2012, 12:00am

    ... and Sino Group's tmtplaza in Tuen Mun. Tsang Tak-sing called on the three broadcasters to 'exercise their corporate social responsibility to make Olympic events available to the Hong Kong ...

  9. Corporates triumph over privateers and F1 the poorer for it

    Posted Jul 06th 2005, 12:00am by Richard Drew

    ... to see another privateer team bite the dust, swallowed up by the corporations. The truly privateer team is becoming an endangered species. The purest of the species is Minardi. Paul Stoddart ... is a miniscule budget and a guaranteed place at the back of the grid (unless you're racing at Indianapolis of course). Others have either thrown in the towel, or taken the corporate dollar. Perhaps ...

  10. No final whistle in soccer graft fight

    Posted Jun 14th 2012, 12:00am

    ... the general corruption problems elsewhere in China,' Wu said. 'Authorities are keen on controlling the commercialised industry, and that has resulted in several cases of flagrant ... Xi's return. 'Everything is about politics in China, including soccer,' said a senior sports editor with the official CCTV broadcaster, who declined to be named. 'If leaders love ...




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