Intel, the California-based manufacturer of computer chips, has underlined that COVID-19 has not weighed on the businesses of all worldwide International Olympic Committee (IOC) sponsors, by posting exceptionally strong financial figures for the three months to late June.
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Worldwide International Olympic Committee (IOC) sponsor Dow has announced plans for a workforce reduction programme after the COVID-19 pandemic "dramatically impacted" the giant chemicals company’s second-quarter financial results.
Coca-Cola, the Atlanta-based beverage group that is the Olympic Movement's oldest sponsor, has announced a sharp decline in revenues and operating income as COVID-19 continues to scar the corporate landscape.
The International Ski Federation (FIS) has reported a better-than-budgeted profit of CHF18.7 million (£15.5 million/$19.6 million/€17.2 million) for 2019.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has reported a surprisingly large surplus of $73.9 million (£57.6 million/€63.6 million) for 2019, as surging financial income comfortably overturned the Lausanne body's operational deficit.
The International Skating Union (ISU) has reacted to the COVID-19 crisis by putting in place a CHF5 million (£4.15 million/$5.2 million/€4.55 million) provision.
A mass is to be held at Sacré Coeur church in Lausanne tonight to celebrate the life of Juan Antonio Samaranch, the former International Olympic Committee (IOC) President, on the 100th anniversary of his birth.
Andy Hunt looks to have earned more than £250,000 ($310,000/€270,000) in his last year as World Sailing chief executive.
New details have emerged of the loan World Sailing secured from the International Olympic Committee (IOC) as part of the estimated $150 million (£117 million/€129 million) aid package for the Olympic Movement assembled by the Lausanne body in the wake of postponement of Tokyo 2020.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has provided International Federations (IFs) and National Olympic Committees (NOCs) with $100 million (£78 million/€86 million) of financial support since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis, IOC President Thomas Bach revealed today.
The International Fencing Federation (FIE) has unveiled a CHF1 million (£830,000/$1.05 million/€930,000) COVID-19 support plan for the sport.
The Athens Marathon - and the postponed Athens Half Marathon - have been cleared to take place later this year, with social distancing restrictions.
FIFA is once again drawing on its increasingly productive esport cash cow, unveiling plans today for an extension of the FIFA eChallenger Series, along with games-maker EA Sports.
Last year’s financial statements for the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) have been published, showing that the Lausanne-based body made a small net surplus of CHF2.2 million (£1.8 million/$2.3 million/€2.05 million) after financial results.
Worldwide Olympic sponsor Samsung has published encouraging financial data for the April-June period, in spite of the blight cast by coronavirus over many leading economies.