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Athens stock exchange reopens, falls 23%
A file picture dated Dec. 29, 2014 of a woman opening a door next to screens displaying Greek stock indicies in Athens, Greece. The Greek stock market reopened on Aug. 3, 2015.
After five-week shut down, Greek stocks plummet  Reuters
Athens Stock Exchange Reopens, and Investors Sell Off Greek Shares  New York Times
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Euro zone factory growth steady in July despite Greek turmoil
LONDON Euro zone factory activity grew faster than previously thought in July, easing only slightly from June's 14-month record pace as rising prices kept new orders in check, business surveys showed on Monday.
China looks for scapegoats in continued stock market decline  Fortune
Consumer goods prop up lacklustre UK manufacturing sector  Financial Times
HSBC Profit Jumps 18 Percent as it Shifts Focus to Asia
HSBC Holdings Plc, Europe's largest bank, said second-quarter profit surged 18 percent, even as it took a $1.3 billion charge to settle a probe into currency rigging.
HSBC sells up in Brazil as compliance costs crimp global ambitions  Fortune
HSBC sells its Brazilian arm as profits rise 10pc  Telegraph.co.uk
Emerging market assets extends losses as the rouble falls to 4 1/2-month lows
LONDON: Emerging market assets extended losses on Monday as the rouble fell to 4 1/2-month lows and led currencies lower. Stocks dropped 1 per cent after Chinese data confirmed a slowdown in the world's second-biggest economy.
Greek stocks bashed at restart, while Chinese commodities woes persist  BDlive
Dollar bulls stymied by wage data, PMIs next  Reuters UK
Nokia's digital mapping bought by German carmakers
A group of German carmakers, including Audi, BMW and Daimler, are buying Nokia's Here digital mapping business for €2.8bn (�2bn).
UPDATE 2-German carmakers buy Nokia maps to fend off digital rivals  Reuters
BMW, Daimler, Audi Clinch Purchase of Nokia's Maps Business  Wall Street Journal
Yahoo tries to get more fashionable with Polyvore purchase
Yahoo Inc (YHOO.O) said on Friday it accepted actually buy fashion starting time Polyvore to assist send targeted traffic and build up its cellular and interpersonal public offerings.
Yahoo buys social shopping website Polyvore  Al-Arabiya
Yahoo buying style-tip specialist Polyvore in latest attempt to woo digital  Rapid News Network
Mt. Gox Bitcoin Exchange CEO Admits to Tweaking Account
Bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox has been out of operations for quite some time, with its CEO recently admitting to tweaking the accounts to test the computer system.
5 Things to Know About Bitcoin Exchange Mt. Gox and CEO Mark Karpel�s  Wall Street Journal (blog)
The Mt.Gox Arrest Is The End Of The First Age Of Bitcoin  TechCrunch
RBS, why the rush to sell it off?
Sir Philip Hampton said the results released by Royal Bank of Scotland last week were like “groundhog day”. The bank's outgoing chairman was referring to the fact that decent growth in operating profits was wiped out by a string of charges for past ...
Labour Warns Against Summer Sale Of RBS  Sky News
Government sells further one per cent stake in Lloyds  Herald Scotland
High-end indoor cycling chain SoulCycle files to go public
SoulCycle, the fitness chain known for its highly produced indoor cycling classes, has filed for an initial public offering, Reuters reports.
SoulCycle, the Latest Fitness Chain to File for an IPO - Analyst Blog  Nasdaq
SoulCycle files for IPO, wants to change your life  FoxReno.com
Seattle CEO cuts his own salary
The Seattle CEO who said ALL of his employees will make $70,000 appears to be on the ropes. In a recent interview, Dan Price says he's received a lot of praise and support after cutting his own salary to help make sure all of his workers would get a raise.
CEO who set $70000 minimum wage facing hardships  KIRO Seattle
CEO counting cost of �45000 minimum wage decision  Telegraph.co.uk