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How Tennis’s Pay Gap Compares to Other Sports

Saturday, April 2nd, 2016

This year’s U.S. Open tennis tournament will pay out a record $38.3 million in prize money, with $3 million going to the winner of the men’s and women’s singles titles, not including potential bonus money.

See an interactive graphic of the pay gap between No. 1 and No. 32 in tennis and other sports.

U.S. Women’s Soccer Team Stars Allege Pay Discrimination

Saturday, April 2nd, 2016

Complaint says players earn a fraction of their male counterparts despite superior achievements

Five of the biggest stars on the world champion U.S. women’s national soccer team accused the U.S. Soccer Federation of pay discrimination, despite the women’s team’s superior on-field achievements and higher anticipated revenue.

The women’s national team is a three-time World Cup winner and defending Olympic champion.

“The numbers speak for themselves,” said Ms. Solo. “We are the best in the world, have three World Cup championships, four Olympic championships, and the [men’s national team] get paid more to just show up than we get paid to win major championships.”

“We continue to be told we should be grateful just to have the opportunity to play professional soccer, to get paid for doing it,” said Ms. Solo, a goalkeeper and two-time Olympic goal medalist who has been playing for the team since 2000, in the “Today” interview on Thursday.

“We believe now the time is right because we believe it’s our responsibility for women’s sports and specifically for women’s soccer to do whatever it takes to push for equal pay and equal rights. And to be treated with respect,” she added.

Independent Scotland faces ‘significant’ fiscal gap

Wednesday, January 8th, 2014

Scotland’s ageing population, declining North Sea oil revenues and higher borrowing costs will create a perfect storm if the country breaks away from Britain, Institute for Fiscal Studies warns

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