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Maurer sees potential for UK as a low-tax business location

Creditors divided over timing and desirability of Chapter 11 for US nuclear subsidiary

Collision threatens plans to bring high levels of autonomy into commercial use

Selection by committee stacked with China loyalists threatens further political conflict

President fails to close the deal with Republican hardliners in Congress

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Many people whom Uber helped take out car loans struggle with payments as subsidies are cut

Party leaders thought the hardliners were a spent force. How wrong they were

Revenue cracks down on ability to keep offshore income out of UK net

Professor critical of Beijing’s influence kept out of Australia during premier’s visit

Acquisitive travel-to-finance conglomerate to pay $445m for 25% stake in OMAM

China, Chile and Egypt roll back suspensions while investigation continues

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Jobs creation pledge originally announced before president took office

Country’s once-largest retailer warns over its future, reflecting wider problems across the sector

Showdown on Capitol Hill could lead to massive overhaul in Senate rules

Aides may have been incidentally monitored during electronic surveillance of foreigners

Opinion

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The museum’s second show celebrates the boundary-challenging experiments of the 1980s-90s

The UK bank faces the conclusion of a criminal probe over rescue deals made following the crash

The film director talks about love at first sight for her mews house, and challenging Churchill’s version of history

Markets News

Scrutiny of Trump’s tax plans will increase now he has failed to roll back Obamacare

Worst weekly performance by equities since election as Trump agenda faces questions

Market volatility rises as Republican healthcare divisions put Trump presidency to test

Technology

Creditors divided over timing and desirability of Chapter 11 for US nuclear subsidiary

Collision threatens plans to bring high levels of autonomy into commercial use

Can Facebook really create a global community? Historian Yuval Noah Harari disputes Mark Zuckerberg’s vision

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