For any investor looking to reach the top of the global rich list, blowing their fortune on a single lunch may seem an unlikely way of securing a leg up on their rivals.
Reported Liverpool targets Jonas Hector and Mario Gotze were in action as Germany beat Ukraine on Sunday evening.
England were 1-0 up in stoppage time during their Euro 2004 opener against France thanks to a Frank Lampard goal, but a missed penalty and a poor back pass from Steven Gerrard meant England were the architects of their own downfall.
West Ham United are keen on signing a new striker this summer.
Arsenal have made an offer to the Leicester City star.
The Poland international would be a superb addition to Tottenham Hotspur's squad years after he had a trial with them.
Documentary filmmaker Michael Moore finds that there is life (and much better life) outside the United States
Former West Bromwich Albion man Paul Scharner has not held back in his assessment of ex-Baggies boss Roy Hodgson.
Jason Denayer formed a strong partnership with Virgil Van Dijk during his time at Celtic.
These have been nervous days, Vicente del Bosque admitted, but then again they always are. This was not about David de Gea, although the Spain manager said that a decision on who starts in goal against the Czech Republic on Monday had not been taken, a judgment yet to be made regarding whether the past two days have affected the man at last set to become their No1.
KCG Holdings, the high-frequency trading firm that nearly imploded almost four years ago, is losing three high-profile executives to investment bank Cantor Fitzgerald, The New York Post has learned.
Citigroup’s share price could double in the next four years as the lender simplifies its businesses and returns more capital to shareholders, Portales Partners analyst Charles Peabody said.
The former chief executive of the London Metal Exchange, which was bought by rival Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing four years ago, is considering setting-up a competing trading platform.