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NYT > Economy
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  • U.S. Economy Adds 223,000 Jobs; Unemployment at 5.3%
  • Jobs Report: The New Jobs Numbers Are Weaker Than They Look
  • Business Briefing: Purchasing Managers’ Index Shows Manufacturing Growth
  • Start-Up Investing: The Next Mark Zuckerberg Is Not Who You Might Think
  • What's in a Name: After ‘Frozen,’ a Baby Boomlet of Elsas
  • Business Briefing: ADP Reports 237,000 Jobs Added by Businesses in June
  • Economic Scene: U.S. Leaves the Markets Out in the Fight Against Carbon Emissions
  • Amid Strong 1st Half for Auto Sales, G.M. Saw 3% Drop in June
  • WSJ.com US News
  • Fireworks Sales Skyrocket as More States Lift Bans
  • Holiday Weekend Stokes Terrorism Worries
  • Jobs at a Crossroads: Hiring Up, Pay Flat
  • BP to Pay $18.7 Billion to Settle Deepwater Horizon Spill Claims
  • Pension Plan Cut Jeb Bush's Taxes
  • False Alarm Over Navy Yard Shooting
  • Economists Tie Puerto Rico's Pain to U.S. Wage Standards
  • Rents Continue Their Steep Climb
  • Clinton Raised $45 Million in 2nd Quarter
  • Ends No Longer Meet in Puerto Rico
  • WSJ.com Video - Business
  • Analyst: Weak Wage Growth Is Market-Friendly
  • June Jobs Report: Inside the Numbers
  • Greece Votes: What Happens If It Leaves Eurozone?
  • Greek Bailout: No Deal Before Sunday’s Referendum
  • How to Build a Rare Book Collection
  • Casio The Smartwatch Pioneer
  • Bubble Wrap Is Losing Its Pop
  • Greece Misses IMF Bailout Payment
  • What Is America's Most Hated Fast-Food Chain?
  • Apple Music: Five Things You Need to Know
  • WSJ.com Video - Economy
  • Analyst: Weak Wage Growth Is Market-Friendly
  • June Jobs Report: Inside the Numbers
  • Greece Votes: What Happens If It Leaves Eurozone?
  • Greek Bailout: No Deal Before Sunday’s Referendum
  • Greek Bailout: Can a Deal Still Be Struck?
  • Greek Bailout Talks Pushed to Weekend
  • Greek Bailout Talks Stumble as Deadline Looms
  • How Are Americans Spending Their Day?
  • Greece’s Banks Are Its Biggest Weakness 
  • Hopes Rise for Greece Bailout Deal
  • Forbes Real Time
  • Samsung's Love Affair With Tizen Is Doomed, Android Wins
  • 10 Best Smartphones
  • Jim Webb On Education: 5 Things The Presidential Candidate Wants You To Know
  • Russia Under Putin -- The Third Time Around
  • EU Calls Greece's Bluff, Is Athens Going To Fold?
  • "Uptown Funk!" Leads The Ten Best-Selling Songs So Far In 2015
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  • Investors Seek Shelter As Greek Referendum Nears
  • Overdone Selling Makes Buys Of Four Billionaire Loved Stocks
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  • Forbes - Personal Finance
  • Money Advice For Same-Sex Couples After Supreme Court Ruling
  • 10 Things Every College Grad Needs To Know About Money
  • Military Members Better At Monitoring Their Money
  • The Advantages Of Belonging To An Angel Group
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  • This Week In Credit Card News: Data Breach At Trump Hotels, The Post Office As Your Bank?
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  • Forbes - Entrepreneurs
  • Employee Engagement? What If Employees Don't Want To Be Engaged?
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  • What It Takes To Be Mister Softee
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  • Putting More 'Pearls' In Your Angel Portfolio
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  • Sardar Biglari Takes Control Of 49% Of Biglari Holdings Shares In Controversial Tender
  • Building A Business? Know Where To Look For Inspiration
  • How to Become a Successful Young Leader at Work
  • NBCNews.com: Stocks & economy
  • G8 will produce lots of chatter, but not much else
  • Stocks close in the red on concerns Fed will pare back stimulus
  • Financial markets suffering a crisis of confidence
  • Jobless claims drop, showing labor market still healing
  • What's behind the spike in pump prices where you are?
  • S&P gives US credit outlook a better grade
  • Job growth shows economy expanding at leisurely pace
  • Progress on the jobs front will be slow, but steady
  • Jobless claims drop, labor market improves slowly
  • Businesses slow job creation, raising summer slowdown fears
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  • Overdraft protection can be costly, US study finds
  • 'Kill switch' pushed as solution to smartphone thefts
  • You can be a trust fund baby too
  • America's grade for financial literacy: F
  • It's wedding season. Are you covered?
  • Forget self-denial: Key to riches is a good imagination
  • Many checking accounts still have hidden fees
  • Watchdog: Some IRS workers misuse credit cards
  • Banks pay you to open an account: What's the catch?
  • Reuters: Business News
  • Asia shares subdued as U.S. data disappoints, fret over Greece, China
  • IMF warns of huge financial hole as Greek vote looms
  • Wall St. edged down on Greece worries, tepid U.S. data
  • Exclusive: ING on course to win auction for HSBC's Turkish bank - sources
  • BP reaches $18.7 billion settlement over deadly 2010 spill
  • Heinz completes Kraft purchase, Buffett joins board
  • Mixed U.S. jobs report dampens September rate hike bets
  • FTC approves Dollar Tree's takeover of Family Dollar
  • Brazil probes currency market activity of 15 global banks
  • Wall St. edged down on Greece worries, tepid U.S. data
  • Reuters: Technology News
  • GAO sees room for improvement in bank cyber security exams
  • Yelp temporarily decides not to pursue a sale: Bloomberg
  • Intel President Rene James to step down in January
  • STMicro signs $500 million supply deal with China's Huawei
  • Xiaomi books 1H sales fall, putting full-year goal in doubt
  • Brazil's Rousseff tops off U.S. tour with Silicon Valley visit
  • Amadeus to buy Navitaire from Accenture for $830 million
  • Brazil's Rousseff tops off U.S. tour with Silicon Valley visit
  • Former U.S. agent pleads guilty to bitcoin theft in Silk Road probe
  • Donald Trump's hotel collection under possible credit card breach: blog
  • Reuters Video: Business
  • Greek fears drag down stocks
  • Movie makers take cues from social media
  • Breakingviews: Healthcare M&A's big bang
  • Soft crude prices to stay?
  • U.S. adds 223,000 jobs in June
  • Germany clinches coal deal
  • Is EU divided over Greece?
  • Athens 'like winter', say local traders
  • Greece: hopes raised, then dashed again
  • Traders' language goes the way of Latin and Aramaic
  • Reuters: Internet News
  • Cuba, an Internet laggard, opens Wi-Fi hotspots across country
  • PayPal to buy digital money transfer provider Xoom
  • Visa joins MasterCard, AmEx in ending use for Backpage sex ads
  • China adopts new security law to make networks, systems 'controllable'
  • Austrian student's privacy battle against Facebook suffers setback
  • Amazon launches one-hour delivery service in London
  • Apple conspired to fix e-book prices: U.S. appeals court
  • YouTube wins German court case over artists' fees
  • U.S. Office of Personnel Management to suspend IT system after hack
  • Out of the shadows, China hackers turn cyber gatekeepers
  • Reuters: Mergers News
  • Mexico's Comerci said shareholders approve division plan
  • PRESS DIGEST- British Business - July 3
  • Pacific Rubiales delays shareholder vote on sale to end of month
  • Crescent Point to acquire light oil producer Coral Hill
  • UPDATE 1-FTC approves Dollar Tree's takeover of Family Dollar
  • Heinz completes Kraft purchase, Buffett joins board
  • Dollar Tree, Family Dollar to sell stores to settle U.S. FTC claims
  • Deals of the day- Mergers and acquisitions
  • Regulatory rebuffs could force GE to seek other deals, more buybacks
  • Investors tell court they were shortchanged $1 bln in Dole deal
  • View from the Top
  • Bill McNabb, CEO of Vanguard
  • Bally: China a short-term challenge
  • Richemont has no time for Apple worries
  • CIR – keeping it in the family
  • NN optimistic on Europe recovery
  • Alcatel chief on merger with Nokia
  • Enel chief: ‘Carbon era is going to end’
  • Telenor remains positive on Europe
  • Unilever chief on long-termism and sustainability
  • Myanmar remains bright spot for Ooredoo
  • US Equities Market Data - FT.com
  • Takeover bid boosts shares in Health Net
  • Dollar and bond yields fall after US data
  • US shares start July in positive fashion
  • European stocks rise on Greek hopes
  • Handbag hit takes shine off Michael Kors
  • Wall Street weighed down by financials
  • How to short Silicon Valley’s ‘unicorns’
  • Russelling sound of indices realigning
  • June rush in US companies listing shares
  • Mergers drive next leg of US stock rally
  • Global Economy
  • US employers hire apace but pay stalls
  • Ivory Coast gains pace on road to revival
  • Sweden cuts rates to minus 0.35%
  • BP settles Deepwater spill for $18.7bn
  • Green shoots in China’s property market
  • Riksbank reveals a strengthening resolve
  • Greece should vote for the rule of law
  • Puerto Rico crisis in US back yard
  • Rousseff struggles with approval ratings
  • Greece needs €60bn in new aid, says IMF
  • Markets
  • Dollar and bond yields fall after US data
  • ECB adds state companies to QE buying
  • Kurdistan bond sale beset by Iraqi doubts
  • China rule changes fail to buoy market
  • Diverging fortunes split commodity markets
  • Fast Asia Open - What's next for China stocks?
  • When economists and markets diverge
  • Eurozone market calm on Grexit risk
  • Petrobras corruption losses may be larger
  • FCA: On the wrong side of the argument?
  • Hedge Funds
  • Court denies Elliott’s Samsung challenge
  • Fund managers fight against ‘unbundling’
  • Elliott builds stake in Alcatel-Lucent
  • Credit Karma is latest hedge fund darling
  • GM activists go cold on Fiat tie-up
  • Greeks battle short-selling hedge funds
  • China hedge funds bloom as stocks boom
  • Samsung deal takes twist with share sale
  • Draghi denies ECB market leaks
  • Mixed response to City regulation plan
  • Commodities
  • Glencore holds oil talks in Iran
  • Kurdistan bond sale beset by Iraqi doubts
  • A prison ID in one hand — and a CFO award in the other
  • BP settles Deepwater spill for $18.7bn
  • Diverging fortunes split commodity markets
  • Iron ore in biggest day fall since March
  • Bitcoin in haven rally on Greek woes
  • Sirius gets go ahead for potash mine
  • Davis ready to make contrarian coal bet
  • Grain prices rise as tighter supply looms
  • Financial Times - Currency Markets News and Data
  • Krona hits 3-week euro low after rate cut
  • Dollar and bond yields fall after US data
  • Mexican peso hits record low — what now?
  • Sweden cuts rates to minus 0.35%
  • European stocks rise on Greek hopes
  • Doubts cast over fall in EM reserves
  • Eurozone markets rise on Greek deal hopes
  • No need for Captain Euro rescue ride
  • Currency slump dents corporate Indonesia
  • Greek uncertainty hits European stocks
  • Private Equity
  • Fosun bets on European property
  • Univision returns to public markets
  • Pressure rises on India exchanges to list
  • Sophos in biggest UK software group IPO
  • Davis ready to make contrarian coal bet
  • SEC fines KKR over ‘broken’ buyout charges
  • Private equity recalls 2007 — and sells
  • InFrontier takes stake in Afghan pharmacy
  • Silicon Valley: Inside the winners’ circle
  • More legal woes for ship-fuel supplier
  • NYT > Company Reports
  • Barnes & Noble’s Sales Decline Both Online and in Bookstores
  • Monsanto Quarterly Earnings Outdo Analysts’ Expectations
  • With Phones Lagging, BlackBerry Reports $28 Million Loss
  • Tech Companies Fly High on Fantasy Accounting
  • HSBC to Shed 50,000 Jobs in Overhaul of Global Business
  • Sears Is Under Pressure as Rollout of REIT Nears
  • Fast-Growing Etihad Airways Reports $73 Million in Profit
  • Michael Kors Shares Fall After Weak Revenue Report
  • Sluggish Sales Hurt Gap’s Bottom Line
  • Hewlett-Packard Reports Drop in Profit and Sales
  • Capital Markets News and Data - FT.com
  • Kurdistan bond sale beset by Iraqi doubts
  • ECB adds state companies to QE buying
  • Eurozone markets rise on Greek deal hopes
  • Currency slump dents corporate Indonesia
  • Explainer: How to contain Greek contagion
  • Bond traders face pitfalls of technology
  • Greek bond prices enter default territory
  • Greek heat dries up new stock sales in EU
  • Sony to raise up to $3.6bn in growth push
  • Puerto Rico bonds tumble on debt fears
  • NYT > Banking Industry
  • R.B.S. to Reduce Cash Management Operations Outside Britain and Ireland
  • Benjamin Lawsky’s Legacy
  • Morning Agenda: Mixed Messages and Paralysis in Greek Crisis
  • Worried Greek Retirees Line Up to Claim Just a Part of Pensions
  • Rule From S.E.C. Would Allow Companies to Take Back Executive Bonuses
  • Morning Agenda: Tsipras Signals Acceptance of Creditors’ Terms
  • Greece, Missing I.M.F. Payment, Is Called Effectively in Default
  • On Wall Street, Cautious Optimism as Merger Deals Near Peak Level
  • Missing I.M.F. Payment Puts Greece in Uncharted Territory
  • Morning Agenda: A Hard-Line Stance on Greece
  • NYT > Securities and Commodities Violations
  • K.K.R. Settles Over ‘Broken Deal’ Expenses
  • S.E.C. Learns the Hard Way How Judges Are Like Umpires
  • Crying Foul on Plans to Expand the S.E.C.’s In-House Court System
  • Ex-Partner Sues Joshua Newman, Promoter of CrossFit Ventures
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  • S.E.C. Finds Itself in a Constitutional Conundrum
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  • Britain’s Health Service Aided Struggling Computer Sciences
  • S.E.C. Charges Man in Bulgaria in Fake Takeover Offer for Avon
  • FIFA Case Could Strengthen Justice Dept.’s Global Power
  • NYT > Retirement
  • Does a Pistol Belong in Your Stock Portfolio?
  • Grandparents Who Move to Be Closer to Grandchildren
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  • Omers to Buy Stake in Consulting Firm in $1.7 Billion Deal
  • America’s Seniors Find Middle-Class ‘Sweet Spot’
  • Paying Off the Mortgage Is Becoming Harder for Older Workers
  • G.E. to Sell Buyout Financing Business for $12 Billion
  • Financial Times - Tax
  • Tax-free childcare initiative delayed
  • A Budget for inheritors and not workers?
  • Pensioners abroad face steep tax charges
  • Chart that tells a story — tax credits
  • Prime London property market slows
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  • The wrong tax reform
  • WSJ.com Video - News
  • Summer of the Shark, the Sequel?
  • TransAsia Pilot Switched Off Engine
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  • Officials on High Alert Over July 4th Holiday
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  • June Jobs Report: Inside the Numbers
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  • Greek Bailout: No Deal Before Sunday’s Referendum
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