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Financial markets react after Greece bailout plan rejected, finance minister quits
Greece's debt crisis sent shivers through American stock markets Monday, a day after Greek voters rejected demands from international creditors for further austerity measures in exchange for a bailout of its bankrupt economy.
GREECE LATEST-Merkel urges Greece to hurry with proposals, "door still ...  Reuters
Greeks Remain Divided as Bank Closure Continues  TIME
Washington Post  
MONEY MARKETS-US money rates stable after Greek referendum
NEW YORK, July 6 Interest rates for Wall Street dealers and European banks to borrow dollars were little changed on Monday after Greek voters soundly rejected terms of a previous bailout on Sunday which traders feared may hasten the nation's exit from ...
Markets Live: ASX falls - but no bloodbath  Sydney Morning Herald
European Central Bank opts not to expand funds for flailing Greek banks
ATHENS - In a move sure to increase pressure on Greece's flailing banks, the European Central Bank on Monday decided not to expand an emergency assistance program, raising fears that Greece could soon go completely bankrupt.
ECB haircut adjustment will not hit Greek banks' business - source  Reuters
ECB Tightens Collateral Terms for Greek Bank Liquidity Aid  Bloomberg
US Stocks Fall on Worries Over Greece's Debt Crisis
DEVELOPING NEWS: *S&P 500 Index Turns Positive, Up 1 Point. *DJIA Rebounds From Lows, Down 13 Points. MORE TO COME. Earlier: U.S.
Stock Futures Fall After Greece Rejects Bailout Terms
Humana Cuts Profit View as Medical Costs Rise
Humana Inc. HUM 2.13 % on Monday cut its earnings outlook because of higher-than-expected medical costs as the company discussed its previously announced $34.1 billion tie-up with Aetna Inc. AET -7.14 %. Humana Chief Executive Bruce Broussard ...
Shares of major insurers mixed in first day of trading after Aetna, Humana ...  Fox Business
How the Aetna-Humana Deal Could Open Floodgates for Insurance Mergers
Service sector growth ticks higher in June: ISM survey
NEW YORK The pace of growth in the U.S. services ticked higher in June after dropping to a 13-month low in May, as reads on business activity and new orders improved, an industry report showed on Monday.
Growth in US services firms rises in June  USA TODAY
ISM Nonmanufacturing Index Rises to 56.0 in June, Near Expectations  Wall Street Journal
Google Moves Into Ridesharing With New Carpooling App From Waze
Google-owned mapping company Waze is launching a ride-sharing pilot in several Israeli cities. (Photo: Bloomberg). Waze, a Google-owned turn-by-turn navigation app that already directs tens of millions of users around traffic jams, will now guide some ...
Google's Waze launches app to get Israelis to carpool to work  Los Angeles Times
Waze Gets Into Ride-Sharing Via RideWith  PC Magazine
Two decades after launching online book-selling, Amazon is hitting its Prime
SEATTLE —It has officially been nearly two decades since shoppers of the world were introduced to the idea of buying books online.
Ecommerce: Amazon to celebrate 20th anniversary with Prime Day sale  Financial Express
Amazon's New Prime Day Will Be a Massive 'Global Shopping Event'  TIME
Dollar Tree completes $8.5B purchase of Family Dollar
Dollar Tree has completed its $8.5 billion acquisition of rival discount chain Family Dollar after a year-long struggle that drew in antitrust regulators and rival bids.
Dollar Tree completes purchase of Family Dollar  Charlotte Observer
10 Phila.-area Family Dollar stores to split for 'Dollar Express' (blog)
FOREX-Euro slides, but off lows after Greek "No" vote
(Recasts, changes byline, dateline; previous LONDON). * Euro losses limited after initial dip below $1.10. * Resignation of Greek finance minister a positive for Greece.
Real reasons behind the Greek crisis: inefficiency and a fudged budget deficit  Brisbane Times
Greek Contagion Across Markets Muted as Crisis Seen Quarantined  Bloomberg