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Cutting the Cord for the World Cup
June 12, 2018
Updated 7mo ago
Millions of fans across the globe are getting ready to watch all the World Cup action, and they won't need traditional pay TV to score. Jason Gurwin, Co- Founder of FOMOPOP joined Cheddar to discuss.
IBM's Blockchain is Live and Bank-Issued Stablecoins Are On Their Way
Jun 14, 2018
The Dark Horses Who Could Cause a Stir at the World Cup
Most World Cup fans may have their money on the usual contenders: Brazil, France, and Germany. But there are a few teams and players that have the potential to upend the game and surpass expectations, says Jeffrey Marcus, publisher of The Banter.
Jun 21, 2018
Iran's National Soccer Team Sparks Change Back Home and Unites Its People
For the first time since 1980, Iranian women this week were allowed to watch their national team take on Spain at the World Cup. For Iran, soccer is "the one secular institution that really unites the country," says Jeffrey Marcus, publisher of World Cup newsletter "The Banter."
Jun 15, 2018
To Win the World Cup, Teams Should Embrace the Stress
Any professional athlete faces pressure to win, but the stakes are higher at the World Cup, where soccer players carry the added burden of an entire nation's expectations. To rise to the occasion, athletes "have to have a shared vision and a greater purpose," says Jon Gordon, the author of 'The Power of Positive and Leadership.'