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Democrat Clinton raises $45 million since April US campaign launch
WASHINGTON Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has raised about $45 million since she entered the 2016 race in April, her campaign said on Wednesday.
Clinton Set to Raise $45M in Gifts Both Small _ and Large  ABC News
Hillary Clinton Raised $45 Million in 2nd Quarter 2015  Wall Street Journal
Los Angeles Times  
Ace Is High for Rate-Rattled Insurers
Ten months ago, Ace ACE 0.10 % chief Evan Greenberg said he expected to see “more of a feeding frenzy” in mergers and acquisitions as profit pressures and growth constraints weighed on insurance companies.
US STOCKS-Wall St trims gains as Greece deal hopes fade  Reuters
Harwood Feffer LLP Announces Investigation of The Chubb Corporation  MarketWatch
Live Coverage | Yanis Varoufakis Offers 6 Reasons Greeks Should Vote 'No'
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras urged Greeks to vote “no” in the referendum in an effort to improve his negotiating position with European officials.
MarketsECB keeps emergency lending to Greek banks unchanged  Financial Times
Greece's Tsipras digs in against bailout  Reuters
Justice Department Probes Airlines for Collusion
The Justice Department is investigating some U.S. airlines for “possible unlawful coordination,” a spokeswoman said Wednesday.
Justice Department investigates airlines possibly coordinating to keep fares ...  The Guardian
Justice Department Investigating Potential Airline Collusion  New York Times
DoJ lawyers oppose GE unit's sale to Electrolux - source
July 1 U.S. Justice Department antitrust lawyers have opposed Electrolux AB's plan to buy General Electric Co's household appliance business, a source familiar with the investigation told Reuters.
U.S. sues to block Electrolux's GE Appliance takeover bid  Charlotte Observer
US sues to block Electrolux takeover of GE  The Courier-Journal
UPDATE 2-Puerto Rico's PREPA avoids default, makes $415 mln payment
(Adds comments from bond insurers). July 1 (Reuters) - Puerto Rico's power authority, PREPA, avoided default on Wednesday by making a $415 million bond payment partly financed by insurers that backed the bonds, but creditors cautioned they would take ...
Puerto Rico's debt woes: Another black eye for S&P and rivals  Fortune
Puerto Rico Power Utility Makes Debt Payment  New York Times
Manufacturing growth picks up in Minnesota in June, report says
Manufacturers in Minnesota and the central core of the country bounced back in June after signs of trouble and slowed growth earlier this year, according to a closely watched economic report issued Wednesday by Creighton University.
Midwest economy: June state-by-state glance  Daily Republic
Founder of Bangladesh-based poverty group, Fazle Hasan Abed, the 2015 ...
DES MOINES, Iowa - A man who created a nonprofit organization credited with helping more than 150 million people out of poverty is this year's recipient of the World Food Prize.
World Food Prize goes to founder of anti-poverty group
No Courts Needed: Shyp Explains Why They're Ditching Freelancers
As Uber and other Silicon Valley startups come under legal pressure for employing an army of fulltime freelancers, a well-funded new startup has decided to switch its workforce to staffed employees with full benefits (“W2” workers).
Shipping startup reclassifies couriers as employees  MarketWatch
CEO Kevin Gibbon On Why Shyp Is Converting Its 1099 Workers Into W2 ...  TechCrunch
Visa joins MasterCard, AmEx in ending use for Backpage sex ads
CHICAGO Visa Inc said on Wednesday it is joining MasterCard Inc and American Express Co in barring its credit cards from being used to pay for ads on Backpage.
Visa Suspends Processing Purchases of Ads on  Wall Street Journal
Visa Nixes Cards as Payment Option for Online Sex Ads  TIME