President Joe Biden's interim regulators are wasting no time unraveling Wall Street-friendly measures introduced under Donald Trump, using quick-fix legal tactics.
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Biden faces growing Republican skepticism over infrastructure plan
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -President Joe Biden may come under pressure on Monday to prove his much-touted interest in working with Republicans in Congress, as lawmakers return from their spring break to grapple with his $2.3 trillion proposal to improve U.S. infrastructure.
Factbox: Biden jobs plan includes $50 billion for chips research, manufacturing
President Joe Biden's $2 trillion infrastructure investment package includes $300 billion to boost the struggling U.S. manufacturing sector, including $50 billion for semiconductor production and research, the White House said on Monday.
German conservatives openly at odds over who should succeed Merkel
BERLIN (Reuters) -Germany's ruling conservative parties disagreed publicly on Monday over who should be their candidate for chancellor in the Sept. 26 federal election, exposing fears that they may lose power after 16 years in government under Angela Merkel.
S&P 500, Dow slip from record highs ahead of earnings, inflation data
The S&P 500 and the Dow Jones indexes retreated from record levels on Monday, as investors geared up for the start of the corporate reporting season and a key inflation report later this week.
Microsoft to buy AI firm Nuance for $16 billion to boost healthcare business
Microsoft Corp said on Monday it would buy artificial intelligence and speech technology firm Nuance Communications Inc for about $16 billion, as it builds out its cloud strategy for healthcare and enterprise customers.
Prince Harry remembers grandpa Philip as mischievous, unpredictable character
WINDSOR, England (Reuters) -Prince Harry praised Prince Philip on Monday for his devotion to "granny" Queen Elizabeth, and described the late duke as a mischievous host who could captivate his guests with unpredictable remarks.
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