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Greeks voting on their future in Europe
Greeks are voting Sunday on their future in Europe, putting the eurozone to its biggest test yet. After years of living on borrowed money and paying the price with savage austerity, Greeks are effectively choosing between more of the same or for a ...
Divided and desperate Greeks vote in referendum that may decide euro future  Reuters
Greeks vote in high-stakes referendum on country's financial future  CBC.ca
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China rolls out emergency measures to prevent stock market crash
BEIJING/SHANGHAI China's stock markets face a make-or-break week after officials rolled out an unprecedented series of steps at the weekend to prevent a full-blown stock market crash that would threaten the world's second-largest economy.
China moves to steady sharemarket  The Australian
China's trying to stop its stock markets from crashing—again  Quartz
Greek Finance Minister says will resign if Greeks vote 'yes': Bild
BERLIN Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis told Germany's Bild newspaper that he will resign if Greeks vote 'yes' in Sunday's referendum on an aid-for-reforms package, reiterating comments he has made before.
Greek Finance Minister says will resign if Greeks vote 'yes'  India Today
Who pays if Greece defaults on its debt?  The Australian Financial Review
Solid Hiring Expected for June as US Job Market Nears Normal
U.S. employers likely hired at another strong pace in June, a sign that the job market is nearing full health and giving the Federal Reserve reason to raise interest rates as early as September.
US unemployment falls to 7-year low  TriValley Central
Up and Down Job Market Leaves Many Hopeless  Christian Broadcasting Network
Havana, anyone? JetBlue launches direct flights from New York City.
JetBlue began direct charter flights between New York City and Havana Friday, making it the first US airline to fly the route to Cuba in decades.
JetBlue creates first New York-Havana aviation  The Market Business
JetBlue becomes to first major American airline to offer direct flights from ...  Benchmark Reporter
Traders recall the 'rush' and 'roar' as famed pits close
FILE - In this Sept. 16, 2003 file photo, clerks shout in the Euro Dollar Futures pit at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. Most pits in Chicago and New York where traders bet on future prices of palladium and gold, cattle and corn and dozens of other ...
Chicago's storied trading pits fading into history  Chicago Sun-Times
Technology, progress bypass Chicago's pit traders  Daily Times
Southwest Airlines strikes tentative deal with flight attendants
Southwest Airlines has just struck a tentative agreement with its flight attendants union after two years of careful negotiations.
Southwest Airlines Reaches Contract Agreement with Flight Attendants' Union  Uncover California
Southwest Airlines, Flight Attendants Reach Tentative Contract  Wall Street Journal
Oil, gold prices retreat
LONDON: Oil prices came under pressure this week from concerns about Greece's future in the eurozone and the possibility of higher Iranian crude supplies.
Oil slides in thin trade on rising US rig count  Reuters
Oil Prices Fall on Strong Shale Supply  Wall Street Journal
Whole Foods CEO's finally apologize for mislabeling items and overcharging ...
The CEO's at Whole Foods are finally apologizing to customers for overcharging them. They are even offering free food in return.
Whole Foods Market CEOs Apologize for Overcharging Customers – ShortNews  Rapid News Network
Whole Foods CEOs apologize for pricing problems  Casper Star-Tribune Online
White House Wants to Review Rules for GMO Crops
White House Wants to Review Rules for GMO Crops Genetically modified food has been an issue of debate for quite a long time now. This has attracted the attention of various authorities, including of the officials at the White House.
White House orders review of rules for genetically modified crops  Business Standard
White House informs GMO regulators to enhance  The Market Business