Biden Will Push For Tax Hikes For Big Companies And High Earners, Economic Aide Says

President Joe Biden wants higher taxes for big corporations and high earners to “support investments in the U.S. economy” as well as tax relief to ensure that low-income and middle-class families “are not paying more than their fair share,” a top White House economic aide said Tuesday.

Feds mistakenly gave away $692M in duplicate PPP loans

Some businesses struggled to access loans through the program, a key coronavirus rescue fund

Stimulus Checks Are Coming To Big Banks On Wednesday At 9:00 A.M.

Major U.S. banks and credit unions must make the first wave of stimulus payments available to eligible customers by Wednesday at 9:00 a.m., local time—the official payment date designated by the Internal Revenue Service.

S&P 500, Nasdaq Weighed Down By Spike In Bond Yields

The S&P 500 slipped on Friday after hitting an all-time high in the prior session, as a spike in U.S. bond yields revived inflation worries and dented appetite for high-growth stocks.

WATCH: Americans may regret coronavirus stimulus checks: Karl Rove

Rove reacted to Biden signing the $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief bill on Thursday afternoon.

Stocks Close Higher, Led by Dow

Technology shares decline but Dow and S&P 500 rise to new peaks

Legendary Investor Reveals Bitcoin Fears After The Price Suddenly Soars Toward $60,000

Bitcoin has soared back this week after struggling to maintain its early 2021 momentum through the last week of February and into March.

These Seven States Have Dropped All Covid-19 Restrictions

Oklahoma became the latest to lift virtually all Covid-19 restrictions on Thursday, bringing the total number of states that have chosen to fully reopen—despite warnings from public health officials—to seven, with a number of others also moving in that direction.

Apple Tilts to iPhone Playbook for Car as Automaker Talks Stall

Apple Inc. has a tried-and-true approach to launching new products: The company designs in-house, sources its own components, and works with a contract manufacturer to assemble it for sale.

Most Voters Think Lockdown States Did Worse Economically Than More Open Counterparts: Poll

A new poll shows that a majority of registered American voters believe states that imposed more stringent lockdowns to curb the spread of COVID-19 have done worse economically than those that remained relatively more open.

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