Heineken CFO says Brazil growth good news in long term
Laurence Debroux, chief financial officer of Heineken NV, talks to Bloomberg from Amsterdam after the world’s second-largest brewer forecast a drop in profitability this year as it expands more quickly than expected in Brazil, where its beer business is less profitable than elsewhere.
Willian aiming to send Chelsea team mate Hazard home early
Brazil's World Cup quarter-final against Belgium will pit two of Chelsea's best midfielders against each other, but Brazil's Willian told the media on Wednesday (July 4) reporters he will be doing everything he can to send his team mate Eden Hazard home early from Russia.
Neymar impresses for Brazil on return
Brazil star Neymar said he suffered a lot during a three-month injury lay-off after making a goalscoring comeback in his side's 2-0 win over Croatia at Anfield on Sunday (June 3)
Roma not targeting Salah ahead of Champions League tussle with Liverpool
Italian side Roma say they won't be giving any special treatment to in-form Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah ahead of Tuesday's Champions League semi-final first leg at Anfield.
Brazil beat Germany 1-0 to restore some pride after 2014 fiasco
Brazil edged past world champions Germany 1-0 in their international friendly in Berlin on Tuesday to snap their opponents' 22-match unbeaten run and exact some measure of revenge for their 2014 World Cup semi-final humiliation.
Neymar out of hospital after surgery
Brazil's Paris St Germain forward Neymar left the hospital in Brazil on Sunday (March 4) after an operation on his injured foot and ankle.
Brazilians protest over transportation fare hikes
Protesters throng the streets of Sao Paulo, Brazil to voice their concern over a hike to the cost of a ticket on the city's public transportation.
Brazil limbers up for friendly against Japan
Brazil's manager Tite is looking forward to trying out his starting line up combinations when his side faces Japan in a friendly in Lille