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Yanis Varoufakis Resigns as Finance Minister of Greece After Vote
ATHENS - Greece's combative finance minister, Yanis Varoufakis, who took a strong stand in demanding that creditors write off some of his country's debts, abruptly resigned on Monday morning.
After Greek defiance, showdown with Europe shifts to bids at reopening talks  Washington Post
Greece debt crisis: Finance Minister Varoufakis resigns  BBC News
European and Asian Markets Fall After Greek Referendum
PARIS - European and Asian stock markets dropped on Monday but did not plunge, as investors reacted with muted dismay to the results of the Greek referendum and showed nervousness about steep declines in China's stock market over the past three ...
Morning MoneyBeat: Volatility Poised to Rise as Greek Drama Flares  Wall Street Journal (blog)
RPT-HIGHLIGHTS-EU's Dombrovskis speaks after Greek referendum  Reuters
Amazon says new 'Prime Day' will bury Black Friday
amazon prime day Amazon will celebrate its 20th birthday on July 15 with Prime member deals that are meant to rival Black Friday. It's Christmas in July for Amazon.
Amazon to celebrate 20th anniversary with Prime Day sale  Business Standard
Amazon offers £20 Prime discount for its 20th birthday  Engadget
China's Bazooka Fails to Overwhelm
China's stock market bailout probably won't work. A bigger question is why the country's leaders felt the need to do it in the first place.
Will the Communist Party Save China's Volatile Stock Market?  TIME
Beijing Makes Emergency Move to Relieve Markets  Fox Business
Greek top negotiator in line to become finance minister: source
ATHENS Greece's chief negotiator in aid talks with international creditors, Euclid Tsakalotos, is the government's top candidate to become finance minister following the resignation on Monday of Yanis Varoufakis, a senior government official said ...
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Yanis Varoufakis in his own words  Financial Times
New Honda CEO Shifts Focus to Technology
Honda Motor Co. HMC 2.42 % 's new chief executive is making a break from his predecessor by prioritizing new technology, while stepping back from the aggressive sales targets the Japanese auto maker had struggled to meet.
New Honda chief Takahiro Hachigo steers away from expansion  Financial Times
Honda Chief: Product Development Needs More Time for Quality  ABC News
Google's Waze testing carpooling program in Israel
Google's navigation subsidiary Waze is getting into the carpooling business via a pilot program in Israel, according to Reuters.
Google to Pilot Carpooling Service for Commuters in Israel  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Lyft could see future competition from Google as Waze trials car-pooling app  9 to 5 Google
ECB official: All have interest in Greece in euro
The euro nations all have an interest in keeping Greece in the single currency, Ewald Nowotny, a member of the European Central Bank's governing council, said Monday—a day after Greek voters rejected the bailout terms of creditors in a national ...
Q&A: ECB's emergency loan lifeline for Greek banks  Financial Times
After 'No' vote in Greek referendum, all eyes on ECB  Hindustan Times
Deals of the day- Mergers and acquisitions
July 6 The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 1030 GMT on Monday: ** Health insurer Aetna Inc said on Friday it would buy smaller rival Humana Inc for about $37 billion in cash and stock, in the largest ever deal in ...
Aetna's Humana Deal Pressures Cigna to Agree on Anthem Takeover  Bloomberg
Aetna Inc. Acquires Humana Through $37B Deal; Other Health Insurance ...  Jobs & Hire
Social media as property breaks new legal ground
Jeremy Alcede talks about his legal issues June 5, 2015, outside the federal courthouse in Houston. (Pat Sullivan, The Associated Press).
Social media breaks new legal ground  Albuquerque Journal
Bankruptcy judge: Social-media accounts belong to business, not ex-owner  Columbus Dispatch