The Mauger Modern gallery in London presents the lenticular artist Chris Dean's first solo show outside the US, on the changing economic fortunes of his hometown Detroit in his exhibit, Transylvania.
A financial lawyer renowned for taking on the authorities has announced plans to fight for compensation for the majority of the 33 Chilean miners rescued last week.
With their pinstriped suits and steely business acumen, the movers and shakers of the City are not an easy bunch to impress – especially if you are a politician.
Despite vowing that they would share any proceeds from their story, the Chilean miners are now breaking ranks
Whatever the official line, there is little doubt that rescue workers are doing everything in their power to ensure that the rescue of "Los 33", as the trapped miners are known in Chile, dovetails neatly with the PR requirements of Sebastiá* Piñera, the country's President.
The tunnel that rescue workers hope will transport 33 trapped Chilean miners to safety is due to be completed some time before dawn tomorrow, meaning the men could begin returning to the surface as early as Monday morning, the country’s mining minister has announced.
Bosses may face charges as unions reveal pit had been closed after deaths but reopened, despite failure to meet safety requirements
Adobe Systems, known for its Photoshop editing program and Acrobat document software, announced overnight that it has agreed to buy web analytics firm Omniture for $1.8 billion (£1.09 billion).
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Andy Murray plans to keep his temper under control after a three-set win over world number 20 Ivo Karlovic put him through to the fourth round of the Pacific Life Open in Indian Wells.