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Asia stocks sink on Greece fear as China sell-off
Asian markets tumbled Wednesday after Greece was slapped with a deadline to submit fresh bailout reform proposals or face a eurozone exit, while Shanghai and Hong Kong plunged as fears about China's stock collapse spilled over into regional markets.
China stocks slump again, more companies halt trading; Hong Kong also hit  Asia Times
Asian stocks dive amid worries over China, Greece  CNBC
Financial Times  
Euro drops as Europe slaps Greece with debt ultimatum
TOKYO: The euro fell Wednesday after Europe slapped Greece with a deadline to submit fresh bailout reform proposals or face a eurozone exit, while a Chinese stock market rout also spooked traders, sending them into the yen.
Greek Finance Minister's Handwritten Notes Scrutinized  ABC News
New Greek minister's note to self  The Australian Financial Review
China's Tanking Stock Market Plunges Even Further
In China, red is a lucky color. So instead of the normal crimson, the nation's stock market uses green to denote shares that are down.
China Markets Fall Sharply Despite Fresh Help From Beijing  Wall Street Journal
Dollar and yen lifted, euro hands back gains as Asian stocks slide  Reuters
China's Meituan Aims to Raise More Than $1 Billion, a Chinese startup backed by Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. BABA -0.76 % , is planning to raise more than $1 billion in a new funding round that could value the online group-buying service at more than $15 billion, people familiar with the ...
On The Move Again, Alibaba Buys Stake In Discount Fashion Site  Forbes
Alibaba Group Announces Strategic Investment in  Business Wire (press release)
As renewable energy debate heated up, firms doubled lobbying efforts in ...
BOSTON - As Massachusetts has increased its reliance on solar, wind and other sources of renewable power over the past decade, companies specializing in alternative energy have begun flexing their political muscles on Beacon Hill.
AP: Renewable energy firms ramp up lobbying in Massachusetts  Boston Herald
Carnival Gets US Approval to Start Cruises to Cuba
Amid thawing U.S.-Cuban relations, Carnival Corp. CCL 1.70 % plans to start cultural cruises to the island nation next year, a move that would give it early access to the communist country.
Massport eyes flights, Carnival announces cruises to Cuba  Boston Herald
Carnival Corp. aims to start 'cultural' Cuba cruises next May  GMA News
China Unveils New Measures to Prop Up Stocks
BEIJING - In a flurry of new moves to halt a stock market slide, China's government on Wednesday told state-owned companies to buy shares, raised the amount of equities insurance companies can hold and promised more credit to finance trading.
China tells central government owned firms not to sell shares as stocks tumble  Reuters
Chinese central bank promises credit for stock trading
Georgia Power to offer solar sales, installation services
Georgia Power has announced the launch of a new solar sales and installation service for customers that began July 1. As an unregulated offering, the program will be administered by Georgia Power Energy Services, a business unit more than 20 years old ...
BOI to Install Off-Grid Solar Power in Six States  RenewablesBiz
All households will have to harness solar energy  The Hindu
Shake Shack stock tumbles amid analyst's warnings
At least one Wall Street analyst is sounding the alarm about the burger chain's overly “expensive” stock price and the public's equally inflated opinion of the company.
Shake Shack Upgraded to "Strong-Buy" by Vetr Inc. (SHAK)  Dakota Financial News
Shake Shack Stock Grilled on Negative Morgan Stanley Note
General Mills moving to cage-free eggs, joining Wal-Mart
General Mills Inc. pledged to use only cage-free eggs in its products as part of an updated animal welfare policy released Tuesday.
General Mills goes cage-free as better animal welfare moves mainstream  Christian Science Monitor
General Mills says it will switch to cage-free eggs  CNNMoney