Soaring Airline Customer Complaints Push Global Legislators to Act

Posted by May 26, 2023

By Joanna Plucinska and Allison LampertLONDON/MONTREAL (Reuters) - Nikoleta Dodova is among a growing number of dissatisfied airline customers. Having bought he

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Analysis-Vodafone’s New CEO Faces Tough Calls to Reconnect With Investors

Posted by May 21, 2023

By Kate Holton and Paul SandleLONDON (Reuters) - When Vodafone named Margherita Della Valle as CEO last month, investors adopted a wait-and-see approach to whet

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Explainer-The Latest on Tax Credit Rules in Biden’s Climate and…

Posted by May 18, 2023

By Jarrett Renshaw and Philip Blenkinsop(Reuters) - U.S. President Joe Biden's Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), cheered by some Democrats and the White House as a

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Microsoft Wins EU Antitrust Approval for Activision Deal Vetoed by…

Posted by May 15, 2023

BRUSSELS (Reuters) -Microsoft Corp won EU antitrust approval for its $69 billion acquisition of Activision on Monday, in a significant boost that could prompt C

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Solar, EV Firms Say Republicans’ Debt Limit a ‘Stunt’ That…

Posted by April 27, 2023

By Andy Sullivan and Valerie VolcoviciWASHINGTON (Reuters) - Solar and EV companies are warning that a Republican plan to slash federal spending in exchange for

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EU Singles Out 19 Tech Giants for Online Content Rules

Posted by April 25, 2023

BRUSSELS (Reuters) -Five Alphabet subsidiaries, two Meta Platforms units, two Microsoft businesses, Twitter and Alibaba's AliExpress are among 19 companies subj

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Lack of Electric Vans Opens Door for Chinese, Other EV…

Posted by April 13, 2023

LONDON (Reuters) - Legacy automakers got off to a late start with their commercial electric vans, opening the door for other electric commercial vehicle (ECV) m

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Energy Firms Bet Big on German Port as Clean Energy…

Posted by April 6, 2023

WILHELMSHAVEN, Germany (Reuters) - Germany's only deep water port, home to its largest naval base, is where energy firms now plan to spend more than $5.5 billio

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U.S. Trade Chief Tai to Defend Pursuit of Non-Traditional Trade…

Posted by April 5, 2023

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai on Wednesday will defend the Biden administration's decision not to pursue traditional free trade

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British retail sales post unexpected rise but consumer confidence remains…

Posted by March 24, 2023

1/3 Retail sales in Britain rose unexpectedly in February driven by a strong performance by department store discounters. File photo by Hugo Phi

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