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Greek ‘No’ Vote Forces European Stock Markets Down

Retail, luxury stocks fell Monday morning on new uncertainty about future of Greece.

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Onward Profits Inch Up

A strengthening of high-profitability areas such as e-commerce and a low comparative base helped to boost the company’s bottom line.


Europe’s Markets Lose Ground Ahead of Greek Referendum

Stocks were uneven Friday morning as Greeks head for the polls in vote that could topple the government and pave the way for an exit from the euro zone.

Government and Trade

AGOA Extension to Fuel African Exports

AGOA was the focus of a three-day conference in Geneva on Aid for Trade hosted by the World Trade Organization.

Government and Trade

Fake Van Cleef & Arpels Jewelry Seized in Miami

The jewelry arrived in a shipment from Hong Kong and bore the non-genuine Van Cleef & Arpels copyrighted design.

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Government and Trade

More Working Women Equals More Retail Jobs

Increases in retail jobs could be a related to more women working and spending.

Government and Trade

Retailers Add Jobs Across Board in June

In the broader economy, employers added 223,000 jobs in June and the unemployment rate fell to 5.3 percent after rising to 5.5 percent in May.


Investors Weigh Jobs Report, Retail Stocks Slide

Amid a jobs report that showed strength in numbers, but weaker wage growth, investors weighed how the Federal Reserve would react to the data and time an interest rate hike.