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Super Bowl coaches have different styles, but lot in common
NFL: Super Bowl XLIX-Head Coach Press ConferenceBy Simon Evans PHOENIX (Reuters) - On the surface, the two head coaches who will face off in Sunday's Super Bowl could not be more different. Bill Belichick of the New England Patriots appears a dour, grumpy figure, obsessed with his job and seemingly having little interest in the outside world. The Seattle Seahawks' Pete Carroll bubbles with enthusiasm, enjoys a joke and looks comfortable in any company. On the sidelines, the 62-year-old Belichick often hides under a hooded sweatshirt, glowering at the game.

Laird leads Phoenix by three, Molinari lands ace
PGA: Waste Management Phoenix Open-Third Round(Reuters) - Scotland's Martin Laird shot a three-under-par 68 to hold off some charging youngsters on Saturday and take a three-stroke lead into the final round of the Phoenix Open. Those shots helped keep him ahead of 22-year-old Japanese Hideki Matsuyama, who birdied the last four holes in a bogey-free 63, and 24-year-old American Brooks Koepka, who fired six birdies for 30 on the back nine in his 64. Former Masters champion Zach Johnson (67) joined them in a tie for second. "This course yields loads of birdies and low scores, like the guys behind me showed today, so if I go out tomorrow and keep firing and keep putting the way I did, hopefully I can get it done." Three players were tied at nine-under, including amateur Jon Rahm of Spain and Arizona State University.

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Greece shakes Europe's political kaleidoscope: expect the unexpected
By Paul Taylor LONDON (Reuters) - By catapulting to power an improbable alliance of the hard left and nationalist far right, Greece has shaken up Europe's political kaleidoscope and may have signalled the end of an era of centrist consensus. With eight general elections due in the European Union this year, as well as regional votes, the earthquake in Athens may be a harbinger of other shocks to come. Expect the unexpected in 2015 from Britain to Finland and Denmark to Spain as voters who have endured five years of economic crisis, falling real incomes and welfare cuts vent their anger, anxiety or apathy at the ballot boxes. This theme will be prominent during Reuters' annual euro zone summit this week which will interview a host of policymakers from Brussels and key EU capitals.

Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka-shing bets on Europe as China slows
Famed for his sharp business acumen and knack for perfectly timed investments, Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka-shing is shifting away from a slowing Chinese economy and bargain hunting in EuropeFamed for his sharp business acumen and knack for perfectly timed investments, Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka-shing is shifting away from a slowing Chinese economy and bargain hunting in Europe. Li's holdings are embodied in a striking 63-storey glass skyscraper in the heart of Hong Kong and his business decisions have the potential to affect property and utility prices for the city's seven million residents. The announcement just over a week ago that he plans to buy UK phone giant O2 for up to $15.4 billion follows prolonged asset offloading in mainland China and Hong Kong -- and a major reshuffle of his business empire announced last month. "They (Li's companies) are worried about the slowing down of economic growth in China, and also the political stability in Hong Kong," financial analyst Castor Pang told AFP.
   

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