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This Week's Edition
Decry the Expensive Skies
Another major airline caves on checked bag fees.
Microsoft Plans to Cut 7,800 Jobs
The phone division will be most heavily affected by the lay off.
Taco Bell Begins Delivery From 200 Stores
The average wait time is 38 minutes.
Eurozone to Review Last-Minute Rescue Plan for Greece
EU leaders will hold a further summit on Sunday to approve a plan to aid Greece if creditor institutions are satisfied.
Money Transfer Service Western Union Activates in Greece Amid Economic Disaster
There will still be a withdrawal limit of 60 euros per transaction, per day.
The Last Place to Buy a Confederate Flag
Recent backlash against the Confederate flag could be valuable for collectors.
Greece's Debt Is Tiny Compared to China's Stock Losses
"What happens in China will turn out to be far more consequential than any sting that Greece may deliver."
Greek Crisis Is Undermining the Philosophy of a United Europe
In the EU, there is supposed to be no turning back, but what happens when a country can’t keep up?
Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis Resigns to Aid Euro Zone Talks
Varoufakis had campaigned for Sunday's sweeping 'No' vote, accusing Greece' creditors of "terrorism".
Greek Finance Minister Varoufakis: 'I'll Resign if Greece Votes Yes'
The finance minister said he would rather cut off his own arm than accept a bailout without debt relief.
IMF Issues Reminder of Greece's Financial Woes Ahead of Sunday's EU Referendum
Greece needs an extra 50 billion euros over the next three years and significant debt relief to stay afloat, its creditors warned Thursday.
Serta Mattresses Latest Company to Cut Ties With Donald Trump
Univision gave Trump the axe earlier this week, followed by Macy’s and NBC.
Amazon Launches One-Hour Prime Delivery Service in London
It's the first time that the Prime Now service has been offered outside the United States.
Uber France Executives Could Face Two Years in Prison
Taxi app bosses could face two years in prison for allegedly employing unlicensed drivers.
Nike Co-Founder Phil Knight to Retire at 77 Years Old
Knight built the company from humble beginnings into a $86 billion global brand.
Prince Pulled All of His Music From Streaming Platforms
The artist is partying like it's 1999 by acting like music streaming doesn't exist.
Telecom Giant Orange Pays $88 Million to Pull Brand Out of Israel
Orange is severing ties with Israeli phone operator Partner Communications.
Washington, D.C., Increases Minimum Wage to $10.50
Next summer, the wage will be bumped up another dollar.
Macy's Dumps Trump
NBC and Univision cut ties with Trump earlier this week.
Tsipras Backs Down on Greek Bailout Conditions With New Offer
The Greek prime minister made concessions on major sticking points in a letter to eurozone ministers.
Understanding the Roots of the Greek Debt Crisis
How Greece's debt drama turned into a meltdown that could threaten the future of the euro and even the European Union.
America's Poisoned Prison
Is toxic dust sickening inmates in coal country?
Greece Defaults on IMF Loan
The country's missed payment makes it the first advanced economy to ever be in arrears to the Fund.
Greeks Seen Turning to Bitcoin amid Bank Closures
Bitcoin exchanges see Greek surge as capital controls block cash withdrawals
JetBlue's Glory Days Are Over as Airline Introduces Checked Bag Fees
Checked bags are now $20 a pop.
New Albums Will Be Released on Fridays From Now On
Japan has decided to stick to Wednesdays.
Grexit Vodka: Greece's Debt Inspires New Cocktail
Prices start from .59 euro.
Someone is Trying to Crowdfund Greece's Bailout Fund
So far, 1.49 million euros have been raised out of 1.6 billion.
How Corporate America Propelled Same-Sex Marriage
Big corporations are taking the lead on social issues ranging from gay marriage to the Confederate flag.
After France's Violent Strike Over Uber, Users Call for a Boycott of Taxis
Online boycott of taxis gathers over 100,000 users in France.