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Volkswagen to Pay $14.7 Billion to Settle Diesel Claims in US
Matthias M�ller, left, chief executive of Volkswagen, and Hans Dieter P�tsch, the company's chairman. Credit Alexander Koerner/Getty Images.
AP Source: Volkswagen Reaches $14.7B Emissions Settlement  ABC News
AP: Volkswagen Reaches $14.7B Emissions Settlement  CBS Local
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Diet Pepsi with aspartame returning to shelves in US
SODA. Diet Pepsi with aspartame makes a comeback. Diet Pepsi made with aspartame is returning to shelves in the United States after PepsiCo saw sales plummet following its reformulation of the drink last summer to remove the artificial sweetener ...
Aspartame returns in second Diet Pepsi  Press of Atlantic City
New Pepsi, Old Problem: U.S. Soda Sales Have Lost Their Fizz  Bloomberg
Oil, FX bounce from early lows as investors hunt for bargains
HONG KONG Sterling and Asian emerging market currencies regained some footing on Tuesday and crude oil bounced as investors scooped up beaten down assets after Britain's shock vote to exit the European Union.
Global stocks extend losses, sterling near 30-year lows in Brexit aftermath  The Fiscal Times
Airbnb Sues San Francisco to Block Rental Registration Law
Airbnb Inc. has sued San Francisco in federal court in an attempt to block its home city's plan to fine the company for unregistered apartment rentals.
Airbnb sues San Francisco over new rental legislation  TechCrunch
Airbnb Sues Hometown San Francisco to Block Rental Rules  Bloomberg
More Hong Kongers are embracing mainland values: legal scholar Eric Cheung
Bookseller Lam Wing-kee in a surprise news conference in Hong Kong on June 16, 2016. (Reuters/Bobby Yip). Share. Written by. Kai Hang Tsui.
Hong Kong Stocks Decline for Third Day on Europe-Exposed Shares  Bloomberg
Asian stocks slide as Brexit gloom persists  Local 10
Stocks, pound fall again due to U.K. vote uncertainty
Trader Jeffrey Lucchesi works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Monday, June 27, 2016. Stocks are opening lower on Wall Street following bigger losses in Europe as investors continue to grapple with the fallout of Britain's vote to leave the ...
Stocks slide on Brexit hangover; pound hits 31-year low  Yahoo News
Stocks, pound fall after UK stripped of top credit grade  Honolulu Star-Advertiser
Stimulus Taps Seen Opening Wider in Asia Amid Brexit Risks
Days after the surprise U.K. vote for Brexit started roiling global markets, prospects for greater monetary and fiscal stimulus are becoming clear in Asia, even as the region's relative growth dynamism offers it resilience.
British Turmoil Continues to Drain Risk From Asian Markets  Wall Street Journal
Sterling recovers from 30-year low  Financial Times
Ikea Recalls 29 Million Dressers and Chests After 6 Children Crushed to Death
At least six children have been crushed to death by toppling Ikea chests, prompting the voluntary recall of about 29 million chests and dressers sold by the popular retailer, the Consumer Product Safety Commission says.
Ikea to halt sale of deadly dressers, offer refunds to millions  The Seattle Times
IKea Recalling Millions of Dressers After Deaths of 3 Children  KTLA
Chipotle unveils summer loyalty program
The burrito chain announced "Chiptopia" on Monday, its three-month summer rewards program that offers free food after four qualifying visits.
Chipotle launches loyalty program to get more customers — and data  Chicago Tribune
How to get a ton of free Chipotle this summer  MarketWatch
Equities sell off for second day, safe-havens up in Brexit aftermath
NEW YORK Global markets sold off for a second straight day on Monday, dragging the British pound to a 31-year low, while gold and safe-haven government debt rallied on Britain's shock vote last week to leave the European Union.
U.S. Stocks Continue Selloff as Brexit Angst Weighs on Sentiment  Bloomberg
U.S. Futures Show Signs of Post-'Brexit' Recovery by Monday Night  TheStreet.com