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Europe shares dip as lenders pledge intense work on Greece
LONDON European shares dipped on Tuesday while German bond yields rose, with investors in the dark over whether a high-level meeting on Greece's debt crisis might herald a significant breakthrough.
Greece jitters weigh on Europe markets as debt payment looms  MarketWatch
Europe's Leaders Agree Talks on Greece Must Intensify  Bloomberg
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Health insurers seek big premium hikes for ObamaCare plans in 2016
Dozens of health insurers selling plans under ObamaCare have requested hefty premium increases for 2016, according to preliminary information published Monday by the White House.
Many health insurers go big with 2016 rate hike requests  The Register-Guard
Individual health plan costs on rise  The Detroit News
Intel to buy Altera for $16.7 billion in its biggest deal ever
Intel Corp (INTC.O) agreed to buy Altera Corp (ALTR.O) for $16.7 billion as the world's biggest chipmaker seeks to make up for slowing demand from the PC industry by expanding its line-up of higher-margin chips used in data centres.
Intel buying Altera in move to expand market, cut costs  Arkansas Online
Stocks advance broadly after Intel, Altera deal  The Denver Post
Wall Street lifts amid data focus
US stocks have drifted higher in quiet trading, ahead of a busy week of data. At the closing bell, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 30 points, or 0.2 per cent, to 18,040.
Are You Passing Up Bargains to Chase New Highs?  Investorplace.com
India Morning Call-Global Markets  Reuters India
Inflation Returned to Eurozone in May
Eurozone consumer prices rose for the first time in six months during May, a significant victory for the European Central Bank in its campaign to avert a slide into deflation that could have derailed the currency area's fragile economic recovery.
Eurozone consumer prices rise for first time in 6 months  Washington Post
Euro zone inflation higher than expected in May  RTE.ie
Hong Kong stocks end 0.47% lower
Hong Kong shares have ended 0.47 per cent lower, in line with a broad sell-off across Asia and despite gains on Wall Street, but Shanghai added 1.69 per cent.
Hong Kong shares close down  Independent Online
China stocks take breather as IPO launches begin; Hong Kong falls  The Star Online
Is Jeb's Social Security Flub The Worst Bush Gaffe Yet?
George W. Bush: His policies brought untold harm, but at least his gaffes offered some occasional lighthearted moments. Now his brother Jeb may have outdone him in the faux pas department - but there's nothing funny about it.
Questions & answers about Social Security  El Paso Inc.
Social Security retirement benefits are important for many retirees  Shreveport Times
Phoenix Suing FAA over Noisy Flight Path Changes in City
PHOENIX (AP) -- Phoenix is suing the Federal Aviation Administration over flight path changes that have led to aircraft noise that's plaguing some historic neighborhoods.
In the Nation  Philly.com
Phoenix sues FAA over airplane noise  WBAL Baltimore
Disney CFO Resigns
James A. “Jay” Rasulo, chief financial officer at Walt Disney Co., is stepping down June 30 in a move that has been expected since February when Chief Executive Bob Iger passed him over as heir apparent.
Disney CEO succession path cleared as CFO Jay Rasulo resigns  Chron.com
Disney's Finance Chief to Step Down  Wall Street Journal
IRS commissioner to face questions about security weaknesses
WASHINGTON - Government watchdogs warned the IRS about security flaws in the agency's computer systems years before hackers stole the personal information of thousands of taxpayers from an IRS website.
US tax payers are fair game for hackers  gulfnews.com