The zero-emissions hatchback will, Nissan says, travel 50 per cent further, deliver 38 per cent more power, and cost up to £1,500 less than the original.
In a ruling yesterday, the telecoms giant was barred from changing the way it calculates pension rises for 83,000 current and former workers.
Jefferies said that, while there are around 70 copycat tonics on the market, Fevertree is six times the size of its nearest competitor.
He might sound like a dodgy brand of men's aftershave, but there is growing consensus that engineering tycoon Elon Musk might is an artificial cyborg, created by science to save mankind.
The fund’s managers Francesco Conte and Edward Greaves search out smaller companies on the continent that are leaders in their fields with products or services that are hard for rivals to copy.
Hedge funds are tipping the share prices of Debenhams, Sainsbury's and Pets At Home to plummet as the High Street continues its struggle against online competition.
In a multi-million pound revamp Thomas Cook is to transform family holidays by allowing customers to tailor individual bits of their trip to their needs.
There is no room for complacency about the impact of the Carillion implosion on private sector involvement in government projects and the reputation of the City.
Italian authorities have launched investigations into Apple and Samsung over claims they deliberately slowed their devices down.
Brian Ashford-Russell offloaded the shares, which are up 33 per cent over the past year, for 518p each. He was manager of the Polar Capital Technology Trust when it launched in 1996.
Investors’ nerves were shot as flooring specialist Carpetright and funeral services firm Dignity issued profit warnings. Budget fashion retailer Bonmarche also reported dismal Christmas sales.
The California economy closed out 2017 on a robust note as the state added 52,700 net new jobs in December and the unemployment rate fell to 4.3% from 4.6% a month earlier, according to data relea
The Trump administration on Friday branded as “destabilizing” a Turkish military offensive against a Kurdish-held region in neighboring Syria, threatening to further inflame tensions between t
The greatest coach in the history of the modern NFL — a league designed to disband dynasties and exhaust the men attempting to maintain them — jostled a microphone into place and sighed. “Al
Los Angeles Times publisher and chief executive Ross Levinsohn was placed on an unpaid leave of absence Friday while the paper’s parent company, Tronc, investigates allegations of inappropriate
Pope Francis stunned some Chileans by suggesting that people who have accused a cleric of covering up the alleged sexual abuse of minors by another priest were guilty of slander. The comments, com
Clint Culpepper, the longtime president of Sony Pictures’ Screen Gems label, is stepping down from his role at the studio, a company spokesman said Friday. Culpepper has served as president of t
Stocks closed higher on Wall Street on Friday, with major indexes at new highs. Retailers and consumer goods companies led the gainers. Energy stocks fell along with the price of crude oil. Utilit
If getting a film every ten years or so from writer-director Tamara Jenkins means something like “Private Life,” it’s worth the wait. Her latest movie premiered opening night of the 2018 Sun
Gladys Knight, the Grammy-winning gospel and soul singer, and her husband, William McDowell, have sold their Las Vegas home for $720,000. The Mediterranean-style home, built in 1971, sits off a pr