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Prepare Your Wallets: Pinterest Introduces Buyable Pins
Pinterest just introduced a way for users of its shareable image collections to buy what they see with just a couple taps. At an event on Tuesday, Pinterest CEO Ben Silbermann lamented the difficulty of buying things on smartphones (even though Pinterest ...
Shopify says Pinterest will have 'buyable pins'  U.S. News & World Report
Shopify Introduces Selling on Pinterest Using Buyable Pins  MarketWatch
New York Times (blog)  
Dollar General gains on earnings; Iron Mountain drops on downgrade
Dollar General reported a double digit growth in earnings that fell short of Wall Street's expectations. By. SueChang. Markets reporter.
Dollar General's quarterly sales rise 8.8 pct  Reuters
US auto sales strong, but they're costing buyers more in loans
General Motors, Fiat Chrysler, and other automakers beat analysts' expectations and saw their best May sales in years. But now, it is taking consumers even longer to pay back auto loans.
General Motors, Ford, Fiat Chrysler Report Strong May Auto Sales
Fiat Chrysler answers criticism surrounding handling of recalls  CBS News
Some Florida health insurers request big 2016 rate increases
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) - Nearly a dozen health insurers are proposing double-digit rate increases for 2016 Florida plans sold on the exchanges created under President Barack Obama's health care law as well as individual coverage sold through ...
Insurers Plan to Post Double-Digit Premium Hikes in 2016 Managed Markets Network
Many health insurers go big with initial 2016 rate requests
Europe must make up its mind - does it want Greece in or out?
If it ends in divorce from Europe, said Norbert R�ttgen, a CDU stalwart tipped by some as a possible successor to Angela Merkel as German Chancellor, “it would break my heart.
US equities helped by weak dollar; inflation lifts euro  Reuters
EU, ECB, IMF Agree on Terms of Debt Deal to Put to Greece  Fox Business
Factory Orders Fall For 8th Time In 9 Months — Commerce Dept.
Factory orders stumbled in April, said a Commerce Department report, with an 0.4% decline that was worse than the 0.1% expected. It was the 8th decline in the last 9 months.
US factory orders weak, but auto sales brighten economic outlook  Channel News Asia
US factory orders slump in April; 8th decline in 9 months  News Sentinel
Chief Says IRS Struggles to Stay Ahead of Online Attackers
WASHINGTON - John Koskinen, the head of the Internal Revenue Service, on Tuesday attributed a recent online attack that exposed the information of more than 100,000 taxpayers to the agency's inability to keep up with increasingly sophisticated threats.
IRS needs to do more to fight cyberattacks, watchdog says  Fox News
IRS: Cyberthieves stole up to $39M  USA TODAY
UPDATE 3-Wal-Mart to raise wages for 100000 US workers in some departments
... * Hike in minimum hourly wages effective July. * Electronics, auto care managers to earn $13-$24.70/hour. * Clothing, consumer products managers wage $10.90-$20.71/hour.
Walmart set to raise department manager pay  USA TODAY
Wal-Mart To Raise Wages for Some Store Department Managers -- 2nd  Nasdaq
Stocks little changed utilities slump offsets energy gains
NEW YORK - U.S. stocks were little changed in afternoon trading Tuesday as a slump in utilities offset a gain in energy stocks. Investors were also following the latest economic news and negotiations between Greece and its creditors.
US stocks edge higher, led by energy stocks  Kansas City Star
US stocks open lower as bond yields rise
Intel's Altera Acquisition Getting Mixed Reaction: What Wall Street's Saying
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Intel's (INTC - Get Report) bid to buy fellow chip maker Altera (ALTR - Get Report) may have sent both stocks up Monday, the day it was announced, but analysts are split on the long-term impact of the deal on Intel's stock.
Intel Xeon Gets Graphics Boost as Video Floods Datacenters  EnterpriseTech
Intel Corporation Cost Synergies On Altera Deal To Be Limited: Merrill Lynch  Bidness ETC