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washingtonpost.com - 10 readers - The U.S. hosted the World Cup in 1994, which prompted uneven change, growth and progress
slate.com - 9 readers - With less than a month to go before the World Cup kicks off, it’s time to get acquainted with who’s going to Brazil. For the next several weeks, Harrison Stark will tell you everything you need to know about all 32 countries, looking at how their rosters stack up and...
businessweek.com - 9 readers - U.S. television advertising on soccer events rose 43 percent since the last World Cup to $378 million in 2013, a jump that mirrored the increased coverage of the sport.