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Greece debt crisis: Eurozone rejects bailout appeal
Eurozone finance ministers have rejected a Greek government call to extend its bailout, just hours before it expires and a €1.6bn (�1.1bn) payment to the IMF falls due.
Greece pitches last-ditch financial rescue plan as deadline looms  The Globe and Mail
Could the Greek crisis have been avoided?  CBS News
Irish Times  
US Stocks Rebound From Steep Selloff
U.S. stocks closed higher, with the Dow and S&P 500 rebounding from their biggest losses of the year, as a last-minute diplomatic scramble got under way to keep Greece from defaulting on its debt payments.
Dow rises, but ends Q2 1.2% in the red for 2015  USA TODAY
S&P Dow Jones Indices Announces Changes to the S&P/TSX Canadian Indices  MarketWatch
Obama says US Congress 'taking a step backward' with Ex-Im lapse
WASHINGTON, June 30 President Barack Obama said on Tuesday that the U.S. Congress "is taking a step backward" by allowing the charter for the Export-Import Bank to lapse at midnight.
Export-Import Bank set for midnight expiration, conservatives cheer demise  Fox News
Barack Obama op-ed: Congress, keep the Export-Import Bank  Chicago Tribune
Celgene Shoots for Moon With Juno
With its new investment in Juno Therapeutics, JUNO 15.18 % Celgene CELG 0.72 % is swinging for the fences. It is a good thing for shareholders, then, that Celgene can afford to strike out.
Why is Celgene So Darn Expensive?  Barron's (blog)
Juno Therapeutics PT Lowered to $54.00 (JUNO)  Dakota Financial News
Apollo Education Slumps After Profit, Revenue Forecasts Cut
Apollo Education Group Inc., owner of the University of Phoenix, fell the most in three months after it lowered profit and revenue forecasts and said enrollment will fall by 50,000 next year.
A Painful Lesson for Apollo Education; Shares Drop 17%  Barron's (blog)
Apollo Education Group (NASDAQ:APOL) Had Its PT Downgraded by 9.09% at ...  OctaFinance.com
Airline fees we love to hate
(CNN) Nobody likes paying airline bag fees. And for U.S. passengers, things are about to get worse. Now that JetBlue started charging for bags on Tuesday, Southwest Airlines will be the only major U.S.
JetBlue's Glory Days Are Over as Airline Introduces Checked Bag Fees  Newsweek
JetBlue Stops Free Checked Bag Program, Introduces Fees  USA TODAY
CompaniesNike chairman Phil Knight to step down
Phil Knight, the co-founder of Nike, has called time on a more than 40-year career as chairman of the sportswear company. Nike said on Tuesday that Mr Knight has recommended that Mark Parker, the company's chief executive, should succeed him as ...
Nike CEO Is Recommended for Chairman Role in Succession Plan  Bloomberg
Phil Knight, Nike Co-Founder, Will Step Down as Chairman in 2016  Bleacher Report
Sysco Bows Out of Merger, Hooters and Ruth's Chris Remodeling and More
Restaurants are performing well in the minds of most consumers according to a recent study. Sysco bows out of the US Foods merger.
Sysco scratches US Foods buyout after FTC move  The Salinas Californian
Sysco Corporation is Deeply Disappointed by Injunction on Merger  Times Gazette
You can now buy items directly from Pinterest
Pinterest might have a reputation as a platform where users curate fields of crafty dreams, but on Tuesday, the platform gave its American users the ability to make those dreams reality–by buying them.
Hillary Clinton joins Pinterest  CBS News
Attention, shoppers: Pinterest rolls out 'Buy It' buttons  CNET
Crowdfund site to save Greece collapses under wave of donations
To € or not to €? That is the question for Greeks this Sunday. Photograph by Denis Charlet - AFP/Getty Images. Can the people succeed where Greece's government and Europe's leaders have failed?
Crowdfunding campaign to save Greece hits €130000  Telegraph.co.uk
"Crowdbailout" campaign raises big bucks for Greece  CBS News