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Once British politicians stop knifing each other, a more formidable opponent looms
LONDON - Having vanquished two friends-turned-rivals, the bespectacled Scotsman vying to be Britain's next prime minister squinted out at his country Friday and etched a shiny vision of the future, one undimmed by the chaos he himself has wrought ...
A third of voters think Brexit won't happen - poll  BBC News
Brexit vote heightens tensions in Europe  World Socialist Web Site
The Independent  
FCA, Ford report June sales increases; GM down slightly
Automakers on Friday are expected to report a rebound in sales of new cars and trucks following a 6 percent decline in May. Loading… Post to Facebook.
F-series overcomes GM ad blitz, lifts Ford  Automotive News
9 reasons trucks and SUVs helped drive June auto sales  Detroit Free Press
Anaheim bans short-term rentals in residential areas
In response to vocal complaints from residents, the Anaheim City Council voted to ban all future short-term rentals in residential areas of the city and gave existing rental operators 18 months to close up shop.
Bye-bye Airbnbs: Short-term rental owners 'reeling' after Anaheim ...  OCRegister
No Airbnb for Disneyland visitors?  Fox News
Chipotle quickly distances itself from exec indicted on drug charge
After news broke that an executive was indicted on a drug his employer, Chipotle, moved quickly putting Mark Crumpacker on administrative leave.
Chipotle executive put on leave after report of drug charges  The Denver Post
3 ways Chipotle can avoid blowing its reputation  Fast Casual
Osborne abandons 2020 budget surplus target
Chancellor George Osborne has abandoned his target to restore government finances to a surplus by 2020. In a speech he said, given the effects of the referendum vote, the government had to be "realistic about achieving a surplus by the end of the decade".
UK Gilt Market Shows Scrapping the Budget Rule Is a Good Idea  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Osborne Follows Carney in Signaling Stimulus After Brexit  Bloomberg
US construction spending fell again in May
WASHINGTON - U.S. construction spending fell for a second month in May, with weakness hitting all areas of building. Construction spending declined 0.8 percent in May following a 2 percent tumble in April, the Commerce Department reported Friday.
US Construction Spending Surprises with 0.8% Slip in May  ForConstructionPros.com
New Construction Spending Slips Nearly 1% in May  24/7 Wall St.
Why Donald Trump buying $12K of Tebow gear could potentially be an IRS violation
Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee, has many tremendous friends. Tom Brady of the Patriots is a tremendous friend. And maybe Tim Tebow is a tremendous friend too, because The Donald spent, according to the Washington Post, $12,000 ...
Records: Trump Used Charity Cash For Tim Tebow Memorabilia  CBS Local
Donald Trump used charity money to buy Tebow helmet: report  New York Daily News
US oil drillers add rigs for 4th week in five -Baker Hughes
July 1 U.S. drillers this week added oil rigs for a fourth week in five, according to a closely followed report Friday, in the best month of producers returning to the well pad since August that signaled a near-two year rout in drilling may have ended ...
Number of US Oil Rigs Rise by 11 Over Past Week  Wall Street Journal
U.S. oil rig count jumps by 11 for fourth gain in five weeks  Seeking Alpha
Activist Investors Vow to Continue Fight With Williams
A gas pipeline under construction in North Dakota. Credit Jim Wilson/The New York Times. Two activist investors who have prodded the Williams Companies for nearly three years to improve shareholder returns sent letters to the pipeline company's board ...
Williams Outgoing Directors Air Grievances with CEO  Wall Street Journal
Shakeup at Williams: Six Directors Resign  Bloomberg
Fed's Stanley Fischer Says Brexit Implications Still Being Evaluated
Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer said Friday the Fed will know more by its July meeting about the implications of the so-called Brexit vote for the U.S.
Fischer's Wait-and-See Approach Makes Case for No July Fed Hike  Bloomberg
UPDATE 1-Fed's Fischer watching how quickly Brexit unfolds - CNBC  Reuters