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Two state capitals, two operetta premieres, two gay takes on dated subject matter, two very different outcomes. Is operettaBy Shirley Apthorp
British drone aircraft will begin flying over Syria in an escalation of UK efforts to combat Islamist extremists in theKiran Stacey, Political Correspondent
Much ado – too much – about rather little. On Monday, the mighty Met finally discovered The Death of Klinghoffer, written inMartin Bernheimer
For two intense sets, US trumpeter Jeremy Pelt focused his every fibre on creating the perfect phrase to fit each moment –By Mike Hobart
It is fitting that the London Symphony Orchestra should take a leading role in marking Andrzej Panufnik’s centenary. DuringRichard Fairman
Uber is continuing its collision course with Britain’s taxi services, launching a larger car service in an effort to winMurad Ahmed, European Technology Correspondent
The City regulator has no plans to introduce tougher safeguards for consumers ahead of radical reforms of the pensionsBy Josephine Cumbo, Pensions Correspondent
The Federal Reserve had identified risks in the JPMorgan unit which went on to lose more than $6bn in the “London whale”Tom Braithwaite in New York and Gina Chon in Washington
It is hardly surprising that John Reed regrets the recent decision by his successors at Citigroup to close retail operationsBy Gary Silverman in New York
Codelco is defying gloom in commodities markets and embarking on a make-or-break series of investments, endeavouring toJames Wilson and Neil Hume
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