If ever one needed a excuse to flip, the heroine of Love is All You Need would appear to have an embarrassment of riches.
John Terry believes that David Luiz is a future Chelsea captain which, coming from him, represents quite an endorsement.
When Rich Ricci entered a horse called Fatcatinthehat in the Cheltenham festival last month, he can't have expected it to make front page news on a tabloid.
Morgan Stanley's first-quarter earnings show that not much has been done to heal the weakness in its fixed-income department.
The good news for Rich Ricci is that he is now free to attend Cheltenham Festivals to his heart's content.
The Church of England has instructed its fund managers to "challenge the bonus culture" and vote down pay policies that grant bosses more than 100% of their salary in annual bonuses.
Free kick. Penalty. In the real game these words are likely to be greeted with expectant joy from supporters and players on the right side of the decision. In the Fifa series, though, they often invoke indifference or even dread.