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In London, old Olympic structure becomes tech hub
Repurposing lavish Olympic structures after the games is a constant quandary.
London businesses tally up sales after Olympics
Now that the Games are over, small businesses in London are complaining of losses in their books.
Brits think the Games have gone maybe, sort of, OK
London Olympics go smoothly despite trademark British glumness heading into them.
Usain Bolt worth more than just Olympic gold
The Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt won yet another Olympic gold medal last night in the 200 meter sprint. The 25-year-old has declared himself a "living legend."
For China, the Olympics are more than a game
China's government sees winning gold medals as a key affirmation of the country's worth. Athletes who don't come first can get a frosty reception.
Dressage is not your average horse play
Mitt and Ann Romney are bringing new attention to the elite sport and sport of the elite -- by co-owning an Olympic horse.
How much is that Olympic medal worth?
The sports blog Deadspin cross-referenced current prices on precious metals exchanges with Olympic hardware.
Clyde Drexler on the Dream Team, then and now
Clyde Drexler was part of the 1992 U.S.A. men's basketball Olympic team, dubbed the "Dream Team." He talks about how the atmosphere then differs from this year's.
London Olympics' brand exclusion zone rankles some
'Brand police' on the look out for ads near Olympic Park that aren't official sponsors.