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With or without Greece, euro has always been a shaky concept
The world is going bonkers over whether Greece will default on the 1.6 billion euros that it needs to pay the International Monetary Fund(IMF) today.
Greeks desperate as deadline to default nears  The Australian
Morning MoneyBeat Europe: Wary Gains Expected After Greece's Well ...  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Asian Stocks Higher as Investors Watch Greek Debt Talks
TOKYO - Asian shares rose on Wednesday as investors watched to see the next step as Greece fell into arrears after failing to make a debt repayment on Tuesday.
Dow rises, but ends Q2 1.1% in the red for 2015  USA TODAY
Asia steadies, euro bears Greek burden  Reuters
China's Economy Signals More Weakness
BEIJING—China's economy showed signs of flagging in June, with gauges of factory activity missing market expectations and suggesting weakening momentum in the world's second-largest economy.
China's Manufacturing Weak in June, More Jobs Cut  ABC News
China June factory, services surveys fuel hopes economy leveling out, no ...  Reuters
Xiaomi Launches Redmi 2 in Brazil in First Big Step Outside Asia
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has started making devices in Brazil for sale locally, promising to dramatically undercut rivals on price in the first big step beyond Asia for the world's most valuable technology start-up.
Xiaomi Comes to Americas With Brazilian-Made Smartphone at $160  Bloomberg
China's Xiaomi breaks out of Asia with Brazilian beachhead  CNET
Nike Co-Founder Phil Knight to Step Down as Chairman
Nike co-founder Phil Knight, who built the iconic athletic gear brand from a small-scale shoe business, will step down as chairman next year, the company announced on Tuesday.
What you didn't know about Nike
Phil Knight, former U. of Oregon miler, to retire as Nike board chairman (blog)
Apple Ebook Price Fixing Ruling Upheld, Ordered to Pay $450 Million
A divided federal appeals court on Tuesday said Apple Inc orchestrated a conspiracy with five publishers to increase ebook prices, in a victory for the U.S.
Apple Rule of Unreason  Wall Street Journal
Apple loses appeal on e-book price-fixing case, will pay $450 million  Christian Science Monitor
FBI Investigates New Attack On Internet Fiber Optic Cables
The Federal Bureau of Investigation said it is searching for suspects in a new attack on fiber optic cables in California's Bay Area that disrupted Internet service as far north as Seattle.
FBI investigating new fiber cable attack in California  Reuters
FBI Investigating Attacks On Physical Internet Infrastructure In SF  Gizmodo
Though Charter Is Expiring, Export-Import Bank Will Keep Its Doors Open
WASHINGTON - Time was running out on the nation's 81-year-old Export-Import Bank on Tuesday, but its employees were not. Instead they casually walked in and out of the bank's classical headquarters a block from the White House, none of them carrying ...
US exporters scramble to save deals as trade bank halts new business  Reuters
Trade Bank Finds Lopsided Liberal Support  Wall Street Journal
Factory near Tesla that turns trash to jet fuel moves closer to reality
Fulcrum BioEnergy has spent years trying to get a factory built in Nevada. Will an investment from United Airlines get them closer?
Flying the friendly skies, fueled by trash  SFGate
United Airlines Will Start Powering Planes With Fuel Made From Animal Poop  Tech Times
Sony launches crowdfunding platform for its own new products
Sony has launched a new crowdfunding platform designed to find and finance projects developed by Sony employees. The platform, called First Flight, is part of an effort by the Japanese company to promote new business ideas as it tries to drive itself ...
Sony Asks for Too Much Too Soon  Wall Street Journal