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What the Papers SayBack

The Financial Times

PM makes Aston ‘great offer’


David Cameron is pushing the defence ministry to hasten the release of a hanger in Wales that could become a factory for Aston Martin’s latest luxury

Thousands of mothers forced to quit jobs

Women feel badly treated by employers and colleagues in pregnancy

Drop in retail sales fails to dent optimism

Unexpected monthly data push the pound to one-week low against the dollar

UK retail sales unexpectedly fell in June but the outlook for overall economic growth remains robust

Companies and Markets

GM rides higher on light truck demand

Second-quarter earnings double as group forecasts further gains to come

General Motors reported second-quarter profits that were four times higher than last year’s level on the back of strong North American sales of high margin light trucks, a reduction in European losses and strong profits in China.

Daimler bullish as profits near record levels

Tipped by analysts to deliver “the mother of all quarters”, Daimler topped even those heady expectations as sales of compact models and the new Mercedes-Benz C-Class saloon lifted revenues and profit to record levels

Fiat Chrysler to list Ferrari subsidiary in New York

Ferrari has filed for an initial public offering, nine months after Fiat Chrysler Automobiles announced the spinoff of its cherished supercar marque

Hyundai struggles to roll out a recovery plan

South Korean group’s earnings slide amid ageing portfolio and China’s slowing economy

Hyundai Motor’s unexpected $230 m dividend payout to shareholders is the latest olive branch to investors who have criticised its corporate governance standards over the past nine months.

The Times

Belt up in the back: how to keep dogs safe in the car

A new kind of seatbelt for dogs has been produced to keep both the animals and the car’s human occupants safe in the event of an emergency.

Pimp your cows, council to tell farmers in safety drive

A herd of cows on a common in Berkshire could be “pimped” under council plans to protect them from being run over.

(they will be turned into “psychedelic disco cows” in “flashing lights and high-visibility coats so that drivers can spot them in poor light or at night”)

The Daily Telegraph

Student hit by bus and four in dark

A 16-year-old girl died after being struck by four cars and a double-decker bus on a badly lit road as she made her way to college, an inquest heard


The Guardian

Nazi-coded car number plates made illegal

Coded tattoos or styles of haircut have long been ways for neo-Nazis to signal their support for the far right, but Austria has closed down one avenue for hidden symbolism— car number plates.

Posted by Lois Hardy on 24/07/2015