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BP reaches $18.7 billion settlement over deadly 2010 spill
HOUSTON BP Plc (BP.L BP.L )(BP.N BP.N ) will pay up to $18.7 billion in penalties to the U.S. government and five states to resolve nearly all claims from its deadly Gulf of Mexico oil spill five years ago in the largest corporate settlement in U.S ...
US|Why BP Is Paying $18.7 Billion  New York Times
BP, Gulf states, reach record $18.7B settlement over 2010 spill  CTV News
Sydney Morning Herald  
US economy adds 223000 jobs in June; unemployment rate falls to 5.3%
The American economy, this month entering its seventh year of recovery, still has some legs: Employers in June added a solid 223,000 jobs across a broad spectrum of service industries.
Economy adds 223000 jobs in June; unemployment rate drops to 5.3 percent  Washington Post (blog)
US employers hire apace but pay stalls  Financial Times
The case for Greece: when it forgave Germany's debt
Forgiving debt, if done right, can get an economy back on its feet. Though Germany is resisting Greece's pleas for some relief, it should know better than most what it can achieve.
Germany resists debt relief for Greece, but benefited from such a plan after ...  Minneapolis Star Tribune
IMF warns Greece needs debt extension, may require writedown
WASHINGTON The International Monetary Fund warned on Thursday that Greece would need an extension of its European Union loans and a potentially a large debt writeoff if it grows more slowly than expected and economic reforms are not implemented.
Varoufakis will quit if Greeks back austerity  Sydney Morning Herald
Greek FM: Rather 'cut arm off' than sign deal without debt relief  USA TODAY
Whole Foods CEO admits overcharging: 'Straight up, we made some mistakes'
A week after a New York City investigation found that Whole Foods Market Inc. stores were overcharging for pre-packaged products, the company's co-chief executives admitted pricing mistakes were made.
The 10 most important economic charts of the week from the US, its trading ...  Quartz
Whole Foods admits to overcharging customers. Does the apology ring true?  Christian Science Monitor
Intel president steps down amid management shifts
Renee James, president of Intel Corporation, delivers the keynote speech at the opening of Computex 2014 in Taipei, Taiwan. (Wally Santana, AP).
Intel shuffles ranks, President Ren�e James to exit  Computerworld
Intel President Ren�e James to Leave  Wall Street Journal
These ETFs could soar on Greek referendum
There's a ton of uncertainty ahead of the referendum vote in Greece on its bailout measures Sunday. A "yes" vote to creditors' terms should mean Greece stays in the euro and the common currency will jump for the week.
Brussels and the Beast  Huffington Post
Dollar firms before payrolls, Greece unease simmers  TODAYonline
Private Sector Hiring Hits Six-Month High
Employment numbers, along with factory activity data, are latest indicators that the U.S. economy is rebounding from the slow start to 2015.
Survey: US businesses step up hiring in June to 237000 - KCTV5  KCTV Kansas City
US Businesses Step Up Hiring in June  Rapid News Network
Biogen to Pay Applied Genetic $124 Million to Develop Eye-Disease Treatments
Biogen Inc. BIIB -0.32 % will pay Applied Genetic Technologies Corp. AGTC 16.62 % $124 million for license and commercialization rights to several of its gene-based therapies.
Biogen Strikes Gene Therapy Partnership Worth About $1 Billion  Bloomberg
Why Applied Genetic Technologies Corporation Stock Jumped Today  Motley Fool
New Bubble Wrap is losing its pop
(CNN) Stuffed beside the terrible birthday gift your grandma mailed was always the one redemption: Bubble Wrap. That instantly amusing piece of packaging is losing its pop -- literally.
Bubble Wrap Rebrands Itself as “iBubble Wrap,” Launches Product that W  Vanity Fair
New Bubble Wrap To Drop Its Pop  CBS Local