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The screenplay is as sclerotic and slow moving as its two punch drunk leads

Rebels called to arms over new pay deals

Two more companies' see executive packages fall foul of investor ire as 'shareholder spring' widens

New car sales increase

Sales of new cars sped ahead last month, according to official figures today.

Got those Cardiff blues: Three experienced coaches have failed to tame the beast in Gavin Henson; he just could not and would not do what he was told

David Flatman: Some role models fall short – why does it make us angry?

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Hyundai i30 - First Drive

Hyundai i30 Style Nav Blue Drive


Engine: 1.6-litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel
Transmission: Six-speed manual (optional six-speed automatic)
Power: 128 PS at 4000 rpm
Torque: 260 Nm at between 1900 and 2750 rpm
Fuel consumption (combined cycle): 74.3 mpg
CO2 emissions: 100 g/km
Top speed: 117 mph
Acceleration (0-62 mph): 10.9 seconds
Price: £20,295

Jaguar drives leap in profits at Tata

Tata Motors reported a stronger-than-expected rise in quarterly profit as robust sales at Jaguar Land Rover more than made up for weakness in its home market in India.

Using customer insight to turn a great idea into a successful business

We have never met an entrepreneur who does not think their idea will change the world. The question is: does the world agree?

Turkey's earthquake survivors plead for more tents

Survivors of eastern Turkey's earthquake – which has killed at least 534 people and left thousands sleeping in the open – asked for more tents yesterday fearing death from the cold.

Boris Berezovsky witness denies being paid to give evidence

A witness for Boris Berezovsky in his £3.5bn claim against Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich yesterday disputed suggestions he and his wife are being paid to give evidence.

Carpetright gets it wrong on profits – yet again

The floor-covering specialist Carpetright issued its ninth profits downgrade in 18 months yesterday, and warned it saw no respite over the next year from the brutal slowdown in consumer spending.

Carpetright cuts sales and profit-margin forecasts

The floor covering specialist Carpetright issued its ninth profits downgrade in 18 months yesterday and warned that it saw no respite over the next year from the brutal slowdown in consumer spending.

Money Insider: Have fixed mortgages bottomed out?

During the last two months, we've seen the cost of fixed-rate mortgages fall to an all time low, with some jaw-dropping deals on offer.

Cash-strapped motorists cut corners on car expenditure

The recession has forced motorists to hang on to their old cars for longer and drive more economically to reduce their bills, according to a survey by Halfords, the car maintenance and bicycle specialist.

Store closures at Floors-2-Go

Floors-2-Go, the covering retailer, is under the spotlight tonight after the sudden closure of shops in the west Midlands.

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