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United Technologies on Monday was forced to cut 2 per cent from projections it made as recently as December 11 as itRobert Wright in New York
MPs have urged education ministers to provide more information about the performance and management of Britain’sHelen Warrell, Public Policy Correspondent
The UK government has failed to tackle regional imbalances, fix the apprenticeship system and help the long-term unemployedSarah Neville and Emily Cadman
The UK’s ability to collect tax will be put at risk by planned changes to IT contracts, according to MPs, who warned that aVanessa Houlder
The conservative political network overseen by Charles and David Koch has earmarked nearly $900m to spend on the 2016Megan Murphy in Washington
David Cameron has confirmed that a new Conservative government would cut the annual benefits cap to £23,000, a move that heGeorge Parker, Political Editor
Intercontinental Exchange will next month switch the way it calculates Isdafix in a bid to bolster market confidence in onePhilip Stafford
A small unmanned aircraft crashed on to the White House lawn early on Monday morning, triggering a lockdown of the buildingGeoff Dyer in Washington
The US budget deficit will fall to 2.6 per cent of gross domestic product this year, the lowest since Barack Obama becameSam Fleming in Washington
US travellers face widespread cancellations in light of a blizzard stretching along the east coast from Maine to New Jersey,Jennifer Bissell in New York
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