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Royal Dutch Shell Profits Continue to Fall, Prompting 6500 Layoffs
LONDON - Royal Dutch Shell said on Thursday that its profit fell sharply in the second quarter as a strong performance in marketing and refining failed to offset the brunt of lower oil and gas prices.
Shell plans to cut 6500 jobs as prolonged downturn looms  Livemint
Shell to cut 6500 jobs  Irish Examiner
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Dollar, bond yields rise on US rate hike bets
LONDON The dollar jumped and world stocks were left flat-footed on Thursday after the Federal Reserve painted a relatively bright picture of the U.S.
Dollar Set for Biggest Monthly Gain Since March on Fed Optimism  Bloomberg
Gold falls 1 per cent as dollar rises on Fed rate hike expectations  Economic Times
Spanish economy races ahead with fastest growth since financial crisis
The Spanish economy expanded at the fastest pace in eight years in the second quarter. Spain grew by 1pc in the three months to June, up from 0.9pc in the first three months of the year.
Spain's economy grows at its fastest rate since beginning of 2007  Economic Times
Spain's economy maintains fast growth in Q2  The San Luis Obispo Tribune
Deutsche bank sees higher costs for legal penalties, new CEO says results not ...
FRANKFURT, Germany - Deutsche Bank's net profit rose in the second quarter, but legal expenses stemming from investigations of the bank's past conduct also increased and the bank's new co-CEO said its financial performance was unsatisfactory.
Deutsche Bank's Profit Triples as Investment Banking Rises  TheStreet.com
Deutsche Bank profits, legal expenses rise  Herald Sun
Greece news live: Alexis Tsipras on collision course with Syriza dissenters
... • Tsipras vows not to be 'blackmailed' by Syriza rebels • Lagarde urges for 'inevitable' Greek debt relief • Varoufakis faces criminal prosecution over 'Plan B' currency plot • AEP: 'Alliance of national liberation fronts' emerges to avenge Greek ...
Greece was forced to accept 'recessionary' bailout deal - Tsipras  RT
Facebook advert revenue shows importance of video content
Facebook is far and away the world's biggest social network, and it just keeps getting bigger. The company has unveiled a healthy rise in the number of people using the site around the world as well as a big jump in quarterly revenues.
One in every five minutes on a mobile phone is spent on Facebook  Telegraph.co.uk
Facebook quarterly profit falls 9% as costs soar  Irish Times
Whole Foods Market Announces First 365 by Whole Foods Market™ Store Leases
AUSTIN, Texas, Jul 30, 2015 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Whole Foods Market WFM, -0.29% announced the first five leases for its streamlined, value-oriented 365 by Whole Foods Market brand, with store openings scheduled through 2017.
Whole Foods cuts outlook after 3Q sales, profit miss  Sentinel Republic
Decelerating Same-Store Sales at Whole Foods Cause Sell-Off  New York Times
Asian stocks higher after Fed leaves rates unchanged, China steady following ...
Specialist Glenn Carell, foreground, works with traders at his post that handles Twitter, on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Wednesday, July 29, 2015.
Good news from China and U.S. buoys markets  Philly.com
Asian stocks higher after Fed leaves rates unchanged  San Francisco Chronicle (subscription)
Tesla Motors Inc Model S Owners To Get Free Model X, Purchase Discounts On ...
Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) has initiated a referral program for its existing vehicle owners, marking the electric vehicle (EV) giant's first incentive program for its customers and shunning traditional dealerships and advertising networks ...
Elon Musk's Tesla Referral Program includes Free Model X  I4U News
Tesla to give $1000 credit to Model S buyers referred by current owners  Uncover California
Sony Quarterly Profit up 3-Fold on Currency Gains, Sensors
Sony said quarterly profit rose threefold as foreign exchange gains and sales of image sensors and Playstation 4 software helped offset declines elsewhere.
Sony profits soar on booming demand for image sensors  Financial Times
Sony's smartphone losses are canceling out its PS4 wins  The Verge