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Can Los Angeles repeat its past Olympic success?
Mayor Eric Garcetti says the city's existing infrastructure and innovative approach will allow the 2028 Games to mirror the financial victories of 1984.
How expensive is it to host the World Cup or Olympics?
The upcoming soccer World Cup in Qatar is unlikely to recoup its economic costs and might be costly to the country's image too.
How lucrative is ice skating?
For top skaters, endorsement deals can be worth millions.
Living in a bubble: China’s zero-COVID policy
The Beijing Olympics are said to be the biggest closed-loop bubble experiment ever. China has had practice with its zero-COVID policy.
Corporate sponsors quiet as Beijing Olympics get underway
U.S. officials are boycotting the Games over accusations of human rights abuses in China, and companies have been pressured to pull out or speak up.
Beijing Olympics will not bring windfall
The winter games will be a net loss for China — at least economically.
Elaine Thompson-Herah's temporary Instagram suspension could cost her followers
Olympians, including Thompson-Herah, are sidestepping the rules by sharing behind-the-scenes content and more personal videos.
How are the Olympic designers chosen?
Brands can be judged as stringently as the athletes they hope to dress.
What's the bill for hosting an Olympics?
All the elements a host city needs can add up to tens of billions of dollars.
New Olympic sports could get a big boost from their debut at this summer's games
Karate, skateboarding, sport climbing, and surfing are joining the Olympic elite.