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Fidelity, T. Rowe poised for gains on Snap IPO
BOSTON, Feb 23 (Reuters) - Mutual funds run by Fidelity Investments and T. Rowe Price Group Inc could be poised for a quick win on the upcoming public debut of Snap Inc .
UPDATE 1-Kansas shooting shatters Indian engineer's American dream
NEW DELHI, Feb 24 (Reuters) - Working, partying and traveling across the United States, Indian aviation engineer Srinivas Kuchibhotla was living his American dream in Kansas.
Electronics retailer hhgregg could file for bankruptcy next month: Bloomberg
(Reuters) - Appliances and electronics retailer hhgregg Inc is preparing to file for bankruptcy as soon as next month, Bloomberg reported.
U.S. governors prepare wish lists for Trump infrastructure promise
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump's campaign promise for a $1 trillion infrastructure program will be in focus when U.S. governors gather on Friday in Washington, D.C., with some states making wish lists of projects ranging from a bullet train to statewide broadband internet service.
Samsung Display gets license to invest $2.5 billion more in Vietnam: state TV
HANOI (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics Co Ltd's display panel subsidiary has received a license to invest another $2.5 billion in Vietnam to boost capacity, Vietnam's State Television (VTV)reported.
India lobbies Trump administration to avert visa threat
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India has stepped up its lobbying effort against moves in the U. S. Congress to impose curbs on visas for skilled workers that threaten the South Asian nation's tech sector, which employs more than 3.5 million people.
African app cuts medical costs with community "virtual pharmacy"
DAKAR, Feb 24 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A mobile app in Senegal helps families save money and reduce waste through a "virtual pharmacy" where users can exchange leftover medication for new prescriptions.
South African police break up anti-immigrant protests
PRETORIA (Reuters) - South African police fired tear gas, water cannon and rubber bullets to disperse rival marches by hundreds of protesters in Pretoria on Friday, after mobs looted stores this week believed to belong to immigrants.
UPDATE 3-South African police break up anti-immigrant protests
PRETORIA, Feb 24 (Reuters) - South African police fired tear gas, water cannon and rubber bullets to disperse rival marches by hundreds of protesters in Pretoria on Friday, after mobs looted stores this week believed to belong to immigrants.
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