Tory anger as pledge on English powers unravels

No10 says Scots devolution not tied to changes south of the border

Siemens strikes deal with Dresser-Rand

All cash offer for US oilfield group

Europe groups fear US tax crackdown

Multinationals have same structure as inverters

Blackstone to pull out of Russia

Buyout group chooses not to renew Russian consultants’ contracts

Brazil’s BTG expands into UK equities

Lender hires manager from Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan

Facebook pushes Oculus closer to reality

The Rift headset is expected to go on sale next year

Labour leader moves on English MPs’ role

Miliband calls for commission to look at constitutional change

Call to rethink hidden tax subsidy

NI tax subsidy for self-employed risen by two-thirds in two years

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US urges EU to do more to aid economy

G20 finance ministers seek steps to stimulate eurozone growth

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Hill prepares for Brussels’ baiting

British commission nomination prepares for hearing

Rebel Shias set to take role in Yemen

Deal brokered after four days of heavy fighting in Sana’a

Pressure to deliver on Alibaba rhetoric

Ma will have to execute after telling investors ‘trust us’

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