Hagel resigns in US security shake-up

Obama under pressure to change team amid multiple foreign crises

BT in £10bn move to reclaim top position

UK telecoms group in talks over O2 or EE acquisition

Terror threat greater than ever, says May

Internet providers to keep more data on users

Labour warns private schools on tax relief

Hunt says education system’s ‘Berlin Wall’ must be broken down

Osborne wants kids TV sitting comfortably

Chancellor ‘looking seriously’ at Autumn Statement help for creative sector

Juncker to unveil €315bn EU programme

Seed money will include €16bn from Brussels budget

Iran talks extended for seven months

World powers and Islamic republic fail to reach agreement

German plea to Sweden over threat to coal mines

Berlin dilemma over power supply and switch to green energy

United Technologies chief in surprise exit

Chenevert gives no reasons for sudden departure

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Onex to pay up to €3.75bn for SIG

Buyout group to buy second-largest maker of drink cartons

Emergency power plant fails output test

SSE’s Peterhead facility breaks down during first monthly check

Citi fined for lax analyst supervision

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