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George Osborne is expected to boost UK industry next week, with a promise of a significant rise in funding for innovationPeggy Hollinger and Elizabeth Rigby
The price of oil keeps on falling; the shale gas boom has reduced the price of natural gas in the US to a third of that inJohn Gapper
US regulators have stepped up the pressure on Takata, the airbag manufacturer at the centre of a global recall crisisAndy Sharman – Motor Industry Correspondent
Arthur C. Clarke liked to say that any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. Well, any
The resignation of Chuck Hagel as US defence secretary has come at a delicate time. The US and allies are back at war in the
Hewlett-Packard was one of the best performing stocks on the S&P 500, despite a decline in fourth-quarter sales, asMamta Badkar in New York
The Irish government has unveiled a €3.8bn social-housing programme in an attempt to address a growing housing market crisisBy Vincent Boland in Dublin
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Disclosure of funds’ “active share” figure should become the norm to prevent investors being misled into buying overpricedJudith Evans
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