Liverpool striker Luis Suarez is in the form of his life and can help the Reds seal an elusive Premier League title this season.
It's hard to know where to start with Ray Kurzweil.
After 32-years in the spotlight, Donkey Kong is, relatively, an old hand amid the brash, attention-seeking new bods in gaming but it seems, entirely appropriately, he has no intention of fading away politely.
Neneh Cherry is aware of the fashionable notion that everything is better in Scandinavia. "I don't know how Denmark got voted the happiest country in the world," she grins, hanging out of the window for a smoke. "How do you measure that?
This Russian 3D spectacle comes preceded by an Imax trailer that blares: "MIND-BLOWING IMAGES! EARTH-SHATTERING SOUND!" – which I dare say accurately describes one of the grimmest episodes of the second world war.
Royal Bank of Scotland CEO Ross McEwan moved to reassure employees that there will be 'no big announcement' on job cuts when the lender publishes the results of its strategic review next week.
HSBC will join the ranks of British banks awarding significant bonuses for 2013 when it unveils a discretionary pay pool of more than £2bn for its staff around the world on Monday.
Ross McEwan may work in the same oversized office that used to be occupied by Fred Goodwin, but the bank he is running is already markedly different from the global empire that the disgraced Scottish banker built up before it collapsed into a £45bn taxpayer bailout in 2008.
The Bosnian striker failed to round off a team move, somehow missing an open-goal chance from two yards.
Wayne Rooney scored another belter as Manchester United moved above Everton.
Three wins out of three and top of the league. Chelsea have laid down a marker to the Manchester clubs. But has their break come at a bad time for them?
The Tottenham Hotspur boss has come out in favour of having the transfer window closed before the season kicks off, with wantaway players disrupting their start. What do you think?
Now this is a first.