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Greek reshuffle boosts markets
Greece's sovereign debt yields eased for a second straight session on Tuesday and banks crowded to the top of a rising stock market on sustained hope that a refreshed government negotiating team could breathe new life into talks with its creditors.
Varoufakis sidelined but Greece still in danger  CNBC
Greece hopes keep euro near 3-week high vs stalling dollar  Reuters
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Deep Dive Into Apple's Better Than Expected Capital Return Program
Apple announced that it would increase its capital return program from $130 billion by December 2015 to $200 billion by March 2017.
Apple boosts capital return program to $200 billion  CNET
Apple largest dividend payer in S&P 500  Sydney Morning Herald
Uber Says It Can Deliver Food in NYC in 10 Minutes
Uber will already ferry you just about anywhere you want to go, hook you up with a carpool, help you move, and deliver packages for you.
Uber is bringing its food delivery service to New York City and Chicago  The Verge
Uber launches UberEATS in parts of Manhattan  New York Daily News
Southwest Airlines Stock Rating Reaffirmed by Deutsche Bank (LUV)
Southwest Airlines logo Southwest Airlines (NYSE:LUV)'s stock had its �buy� rating restated by equities researchers at Deutsche Bank in a research report issued on Monday.
Don't Believe Everything You Read: Lower Fuel Prices Aren't Why U.S ...  Forbes
Although U.S. Airlines Report Flabbergasting Results, Fares Remain the Same  Capital Wired
Google on Europe charm offensive with...$163M deal
Google has pledged 150 million euros ($163 million) to support and fund news organizations, in a new scheme likely to be seen as a charm offensive following clashes with European regulators.
Google eyes revamp of news service to fend off European criticism  Fortune
Google extends olive branch to European newspapers with �150 million fund  Mashable
European Stocks Fall With S&P 500 Futures as Oil, Pound Decline
European shares fell, led by health-care stocks, and U.S. equity-index futures declined while oil dropped for a third day. The pound weakened after U.K.
MarketsHopes of Greek deal rising - Standard & Poor's  Financial Times
Market report Stocks slump after week of gains  Arkansas Online
Philips' net profit slumps in 1st quarter, sales edge higher
PARIS (AP) - Royal Philips NV, the world's biggest lighting maker, said Tuesday higher restructuring costs wiped out gains from higher sales to reduce first-quarter net profit by 27 percent to 100 million euros ($109 million).
Philips Q1 Net Profit Drops  Benzinga
Philips returns to sales growth in its first quarter  Irish Times
Honda forecasts flat profit this year after tough 2014-15
Honda Motors executive vice-president Tetsuo Iwamura at the company headquarters in Tokyo on Tuesday. Photo: Toshifumi Kitamura/AFP.
Honda sees flat profit ahead after tough year  MarketWatch
Honda Motor Q1 Profit Down, But Net Sales Rise - Quick Facts  RTT News
Daimler Profit Jumps as Mercedes Sales Rise
BERLIN�German car maker Daimler AG DAI 1.98 % on Tuesday confirmed its outlook for significant growth this year after first-quarter profit nearly doubled, boosted by sales of Mercedes-Benz cars and Freightliner trucks.
Daimler outperforms expectations with surge in profits  Financial Times
Daimler Q1 earnings nearly double on new models  The Denver Post
Oil Prices Are BP's Unlikely Ally as Trading Arm Boosts Profit
Low oil prices became an unlikely ally for BP Plc and Total SA during the first quarter as they boosted the profitability of their large trading operations.
Total First-Quarter Profit Falls 20% Amid Weaker Oil Prices  Wall Street Journal
Lower oil prices dent Total's Q1 despite production rise  U-T San Diego