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As if the seemingly nationwide chants of “USA! USA!” weren’t enough, it turns out that Sunday’s final of the FIFA Women’s World Cup was the most watched soccer game — played by women or men — in U. S. history.
Around 25.4 million people watched the game on Fox, according to the New York Times, to go along with nearly 1.3 million people watching the Spanish-language telecast on Telemundo.
One important thing to consider is that not only did people tune in, they also kept watching the game even after the United States put the rout on Japan, going up 4-0 early in the first half.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation conducted a raid at the Zionsville, Indiana home of Subway spokesperson Jared Fogle Thursday, according to local media reports.
An FBI spokesperson declined to confirm to Fortune that a raid happened at Fogle’s home, but did say “the FBI is conducting investigative activity in the area, the nature of which cannot be disclosed at this time.” A photograph apparently showing Fogle being escorted into his house by law enforcement was circulating on Twitter Thursday morning.
Fogle has represented Subway for more than a decade, beginning after he lost 245 pounds after eating only Subway sandwiches—one six-inch turkey sub and one twelve-inch veggie sub each day—for a year, in addition to an exercise routine.
Chik-Fil-A and KFC, hunker down. Shake Shack is releasing a limited run of chicken sandwiches in its three Brooklyn locations starting Tuesday.
The ChickenShack, which costs $6.29, includes crispy all-natural chicken, lettuce, pickles and buttermilk herb mayo. It’s the first chicken sandwich offered by the trendy burger chain–but probably not the last.
The experimental new offering could be an attempt by Shake Shack to spice up more than its menu.
The death of the physical store has been greatly exaggerated. In fact, despite the growth of online-only giants, retailers with a brick-and-mortar presence still control between 94% and 97% of the market, according to Harvard Business Review. Half of the e-commerce pie is still squarely on their plates, and many are finding new ways to blend on and offline shopping, deploying technologies that mix and match experiences from both worlds.
Carnival is going to Cuba.
The cruise liner has received permission from the United States to operate limited cruises into Cuba starting as soon as 2016. The liner received a nod from the U. S. under pre-existing laws that allow Americans to travel to Cuba for humanitarian and cultural exchanges.
The Cuba-bound cruises, which will start at $2,990 a person for a seven-day trip, will be part of Carnival’s new social impact initiative.
The city council in Anaheim, Calif., doesn’t just control zoning laws and approve a city budget. As the hometown of Disneyland, it also has power over Disney’s bottom line.
On Tuesday, the Anaheim city council will convene to discuss the extension of a tax break for the entertainment company, which Disney has enjoyed for almost 20 years.
According to the current deal, Disney would be reimbursed if Anaheim ever levied an entertainment tax on the company (no such tax is currently in place).