Amy Winehouse stares out from the wall of a London gallery. She’s pushing a vacuum cleaner, a cigarette dangling from her lips, a scarf in her unruly hair and a garbage bag in hand. The pose is unusual for a singer, apart maybe from Freddie Mercury in “I Want to Break Free.”
Three months ago, optimism over Jaguar Land Rover was so high, its Indian parent’s shares were up almost 80 percent this year, valuing Tata Motors Ltd. more than Porsche AG’s holding company. Reality may be setting in.