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European Central Bank opts not to expand funds for flailing Greek banks
ATHENS - In a move sure to increase pressure on Greece's flailing banks, the European Central Bank on Monday decided not to expand an emergency assistance program, raising fears that Greece could soon go completely bankrupt.
Germany Maintains a Hard Line on Greece Debt After Vote  New York Times
GREECE LATEST-Merkel says door for talks remains open  Reuters
ECB Maintains Cap on Emergency Loans to Greek Banks
FRANKFURT—The European Central Bank maintained a cap on emergency loans to Greek commercial banks that has been in place for more than a week and raised the amount of collateral the banks must post for the credit, a decision that should force the ...
ECB says keeps emergency funding for Greek banks steady  Reuters
Greek bailout referendum: ECB says no more money for Greek banks
IMF tells Greece it cannot provide money due to missed payment
WASHINGTON, July 6 The International Monetary Fund told Greece on Monday it could not provide funds to countries that had missed payments due to the international lender, an IMF representative said.
Mixed feelings among Greek yes voters after referendum defeat  The Guardian
IMF 'ready to assist Greece if requested'  Sky News Australia
Aetna CEO addresses antitrust concerns over Humana deal
Aetna Inc's chief executive said Monday he was confident an antitrust review of the health insurer's proposed purchase of smaller rival Humana Inc would allow the deal to close in the second half of 2016, seeking to allay investor concerns.
Shares of major insurers mixed in first day of trading after Aetna, Humana ...  Fox Business
Questions loom for insurers bulking up on government business
Markets prepare for new Greek currency
For months “Grexit” has been a regular topic for speculation among foreign currency specialists. But the working assumption has been that all parties in Greece's drawn-out saga would find a way of resolving their differences and keep the country in the ...
'Grexit' becomes base case for many, but markets barely blink  Economic Times
Greek Contagion Across Markets Muted as Crisis Seen Quarantined  Bloomberg
Stocks and oil drop on concerns about Greece, China
SAN FRANCISCO Equity markets around the world fell on Monday and U.S. oil prices tumbled 6 percent after Greece overwhelmingly voted against conditions for a rescue package and on unprecedented measures in China to staunch massive recent losses ...
US Oil Prices Tumble Nearly 8%  Wall Street Journal
Oil falls more than 3 percent after Greek 'No' | Reuters  Firstpost
Starbucks Plans to Raise Some Drink Prices as Much as 20 Cents
Starbucks Corp. will raise prices on some drinks by 5 cents to 20 cents beginning Tuesday, a move that the company said may increase the average customer purchase by about 1 percent.
Starbucks to hike coffee prices in some US outlets  The Globe and Mail
Starbucks: Prices for Some Drinks to Go up by 5 to 20 Cents  ABC News
More cheese and ketchup! Buffett's Kraft Heinz stake worth $24B
The marriage of Velveeta and ketchup is now complete. Kraft Heinz made its debut on Wall Street Monday ... and Warren Buffett's stake is worth nearly $24 billion.
Kraft Heinz begins trading as merged company  Fortune
Kraft Heinz Company to Debut on NASDAQ Floors Today
Google is taking on Uber and it's starting in Israel
Finally, we see Google's response to ride-sharing services like Uber, and it's not a black car service launching in San Francisco or New York City.
Google tests new ride-sharing app  CNNMoney
Google's Waze launches carpooling app for commuters in Israel  Mashable
Amazon Creates Its Own Sales Holiday, "Amazon Prime Day"
Amazon has a new plan to win goodwill with Amazon Prime customers: Massive, one-day discounts. On Wednesday, July 15, Amazon is holding Amazon Prime Day to celebrate the ecommerce site's 20th anniversary.
Amazon Pushes Prime Service With Day of Deals  New York Times
Ecommerce: Amazon to celebrate 20th anniversary with Prime Day sale  Financial Express