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Rooftop shooter kills at least 6 at July Fourth parade in Chicago suburb, gunman still at large
U.S. flight disruptions finally ease as the holiday weekend winds down
Another crypto lender Vauld pauses withdrawals as market crash takes its toll
Americans hoping for European vacations this summer should prepare for one thing: Chaos
Russian forces shift target to Donetsk as Zelenskyy vows Ukraine will win back captured Luhansk
Rihanna is now worth $1.4 billion–making her America's youngest self-made billionaire woman
Economy passengers could soon lie down on airplanes-meet the airline that's doing it first
Tired of swiping left, singles are turning to new matchmaking services for dates
The G-7 is considering a price cap on Russian oil. But energy analysts think it's impossible
Rent prices are starting to cool down: The 5 cities with the most significant decreases
Child psychologist: The No. 1 skill that sets mentally strong kids apart from 'those who give up'-and how parents can teach it
Bill Nye says the main thing you can do about climate change isn't recycling-it's voting
Recession fears flare and June jobs report looms as jittery markets head into third quarter
Teen workers in a hot summer job market can use the 'greatest money-making asset' to their advantage, says CPA
British Army's Twitter and YouTube accounts hacked to promote cryptocurrency scams
Here's how much money it takes to be considered wealthy in 12 major U.S. cities
Thailand ends almost all travel restrictions - but one key rule remains
It's possible the Jan. 6 committee refers a criminal case against Trump, Liz Cheney says
Turkey's annual inflation soars to almost 79%, hitting highest level in 24 years
What Micron's earnings beat but light guidance could mean for our chip stocks
Here are the China trends investors bet money on during a sluggish few months
'Minions: The Rise of Gru' tops $108 million as parents flock back to cinemas, kids in tow
Top Wall Street analysts see strong upside potential in each of these stocks
Bitcoin Family say they lost $1 million on their investment this year, but sold a lot at peak
American Airlines scheduling glitch allows pilots to drop thousands of July flights
Tesla delivered 254,695 electric vehicles in the second quarter of 2022
These Americans all left the U.S. for Mexico-here's how they found their 'perfect location' and made it happen
Forget the Eiffel Tower. Here's where the French travel in France
Student loan borrowers may regret not taking these 3 steps before payments restart
Five reasons bitcoin had its worst quarter in more than a decade

CBC Business

More unrest in Canada's airline industry as Sunwing pilots accuse company of negotiating in bad faith
Why your options may be limited if your employer wants you back in the workplace
Consumers and businesses tell Bank of Canada they expect high inflation to stick around
Movers arrested after investigation; Air Canada cancels dozens of daily flights: CBC's Marketplace cheat sheet
Sales tax on seeds works against lower carbon footprint, expert and home growers say
Google says it will erase U.S. user data about trips to abortion clinics
95,000 GM vehicles unfinished in storage due to chip shortage
Canada's economy grew in April, but May contraction expected
U.S. inflation may have peaked as consumer spending slows in May
Do unions at Starbucks mean the labour movement is picking up steam?
Air Canada to cancel dozens of daily flights this summer
U.S. communications regulator wants TikTok removed from app stores over spying concerns
Summer of labour unrest expected as inflation soars and contracts run out
Risk of recession high but Alberta could avoid worst impacts, says Mark Carney
Airbnb makes ban on party houses permanent
Accounting firm EY to pay $100M US fine after auditors caught cheating on ethics exams
Bank regulator beefs up rules for some types of home loans
Tim Hortons latest company to pause Hockey Canada sponsorship over sex assault allegation
Missing baggage adds to chaos at Canadian airports
We're still waiting for this wage price spiral central bankers fear could send inflation soaring

WSJ Market News

U.S. Futures Slip; European Stocks Gain
U.S.-Stock Funds Fell 16.3% in Second-Quarter Rout
Peter Thiel-Backed Vauld Suspends Withdrawals
For Reliance, Russian Oil Has Supercharged Profits
Our Recession Forecasting Model Is Broken
Venture Capital Feels the Stock Market's Pain
The Few Mutual-Fund Managers Who Avoided the Debacle
Commodity Price Slide Raises Hopes Inflation May Ease
Millennials Were Optimistic About Their Financial Future---but Now, Not So Much
Tesla's Bumpy Quarter Might Be About More Than Lockdowns in China
EU Sets First Rules to Regulate Cryptocurrencies
Banks Get Burned by Risky Debt, Imperiling Buyout Activity
Bond ETFs Attract New Investors With Narrower Offerings
As Deal Spree Sputters, Bankers Brace for Lean Times
Celsius Customers Are Losing Hope for Their Locked-Up Crypto
Coinbase Launches Derivatives Product in Crowded Market
Crypto's Domino Effect Is Widening
When the 'Barbell' Investment Strategy Does---and Doesn't---Work
As Big Stock Sales and IPOs Stall, Energy Investors Make Hay
Forget Flying Taxis---Down-to-Earth Companies Are Prime SPAC Targets

WSJ U.S. Business

Glut of Goods at Target, Walmart Is a Boon for Liquidators
Coal Makes a Comeback as the World Thirsts for Energy
European Travel Just Got Harder After SAS Pilots Strike
Little-Known Abortion Pill Maker Faces Scrutiny
Chip Boom Loses Steam on Slowing PC Sales, Crypto Rout
If the U.S. Is in a Recession, It's a Very Strange One
Biden Might Soon Soften Chinese Tariffs, in Decision Fraught With Policy Tensions
Economy Week Ahead: Focus on Hiring, Fed Minutes and Trade
'Minions' Brings Families Back to Movie Theaters
Hard Rock Atlantic City Workers, Casino Operator Reach Labor Agreement
Maine Dairy Farmers Dump Milk as Chemicals Taint Soil
China Auto Maker Geely Ventures Into Smartphones
American Airlines Computer Glitch Disrupts Pilots' Schedules
Companies Broaden CFOs' Responsibilities to Retain Them In Strong Job Market

WSJ Opinion

'If Putin Was a Woman . . .'
Bidenomics 101
The Supreme Court's War on Life, the Universe and Everything
Biden Has to Choose: Climate Change or Human Rights in China
New York's 'Massive Resistance' to the Supreme Court on Guns
Hunter Biden and the Press: Who's the Real Degenerate?
Inside the Mind of an Addict
Virginia Breaks the School-Choice Barrier
The Courage of Jan. 6 Witness Cassidy Hutchinson
When All Nine Justices Agree
A Supreme Court for the Constitution
Why the Rush for Toddler Vaccines?
A Rude Awakening Is Ahead for Young Employees
Congress Can't 'Codify Roe v. Wade'
Enjoy Ben & Jerry's Every Year in Jerusalem

WSJ World News

Fresh Scandal Threatens to Tarnish U.K.'s Boris Johnson and Tory Party
Gunfire From Israeli Military Positions Likely Killed Al Jazeera Reporter, U.S. Finds
Ukraine War Lessons: You Can't Hide and Weapons Stockpiles Are Essential
Biden Might Soon Soften Chinese Tariffs, in Decision Fraught With Policy Tensions

BBC Business

EasyJet executive quits after major flight disruption
Sri Lanka energy minister warns petrol stocks about to run dry
Prices in Turkey rise at fastest pace for 24 years
Argentina's economy minister makes sudden exit
Russia moves to take control of Sakhalin-2 oil and gas project
UK and New Zealand expand working holiday visas
7,000 pubs in England and Wales closed in 10 years
UK sandwich chain Pret A Manger to launch in India
Missing Cryptoqueen: FBI adds Ruja Ignatova to top ten most wanted
Sri Lanka fuel crisis: Waiting for days to get fuel
Heathrow flight cancellations cause queues and 'chaos'
US stocks see worst first half drop in more than 50 years
Pride: Amazon restricts LGBT goods in United Arab Emirates
Thousands of BT workers vote to strike over pay
Hello Kitty firm strikes China deal after viral hit
Google sign-up 'fast track to surveillance', consumer groups say
Ben & Jerry's criticises resumption of sales in Israeli settlements
Steel import tariffs extended for two years
Airbnb permanently bans parties and events around the world
Farmers cut food production as costs soar
Heinz products off Tesco shelves after pricing dispute
Cost of living: How can I save money on my food shop?
How flowers are 'put to sleep' for long sea voyages
Sandwich shops bite back after challenging years
Why I kept my sexuality a secret at work
Fertiliser shortage hits African farmers battling food crisis
Hajj travellers unable to fly due to ticket delay
The staff shortage slowing down air cargo and bags
How Aussie farmers are hoping to win over tequila fans
Could nuclear desalination plants beat water scarcity?

Financial Post

Soaring inflation expectations raise odds of super-sized Bank of Canada hike
'Friends today may be foes tomorrow:' Freeland's embrace of 'friend-shoring' is fraught with problems
Air Canada cancels 154 flights a day this summer amid 'unprecedented and unforeseen strains'
How high a price will Canadians have to pay to tame inflation?
Heavyweight sponsors distance themselves from Hockey Canada amid sexual assault scandal
Vass Bednar: Why is Dye and Durham facing scrutiny in Australia and Britain, but not at home?
How the COVID 'hero pay' scandal prompted Ottawa to make wage-fixing illegal
'Toronto ecosystem is on fire': Canadian tech shows resilience as storm clouds gather
How Porter has escaped its rivals' airport woes
Poll suggests Canadians' confidence in Bank of Canada shaken by surging inflation

FT

UK faces first national train drivers' strike in 25 years
EasyJet executive quits over flight chaos
Staffing agencies attack UK government's strikebreaking plans
Global inflation: Japan faces a moment of truth
Levelling up needs Conservatives to go back to the future
Erdoğan is an infuriating but indispensable ally
Putin urges generals to carry on into Donetsk after fall of Luhansk
Ukraine says national recovery plan to cost $750bn
EY boosts accountancy title inflation by dubbing senior staff ‘partner'
Germany draws up law to take stakes in struggling gas importers
Germany warns of ‘historic challenge' as trade slides into deficit
Keir Starmer criticised for ruling out UK return to EU
Labour ready to fight Johnson over effects of Brexit, says Starmer
Michael Lewis: ‘The thing that really works for Trump is: the system's rigged'
Ground-breaking theatre director Peter Brook dies at 97
Johnson knew about misconduct allegations against disgraced MP
Turkish inflation nears 80% as Erdoğan's monetary policy takes toll
Istanbul mayor urges Turkish business community to show ‘courage' towards Erdoğan
Six dead after gunman attacks July 4 holiday parade in Chicago suburb
UK courts backlog worsens as junior barristers quit over pay
Coinbase-backed Vauld halts withdrawals as crypto credit crisis intensifies
ECB to warn eurozone countries over crypto regulation
Abducted Canadian billionaire Xiao Jianhua faces trial in Shanghai court
Bundesbank boss warns against ‘fatal' assumptions in ECB crisis tool
ECB set for greener ‘tilt' in €386bn corporate bond portfolio
Macron reshuffles cabinet for difficult second term
Draft Chile constitution puts environment and indigenous rights at its core
Economist's arrest ends last vestige of liberal influence in Putin's Russia
Supreme Court ruling casts doubt on powers of US regulators

NY Times Biz

3-D Printing Grows Beyond Its Novelty Roots
In Buffalo, New Apartments Sprout Up in Vacant Warehouses
Gas Prices Around the World Threaten Livelihoods and Stability
The Federal Government Subsidizes Abortions. Will That Last?
Martin Guzmán, Argentina's Economy Minister, Abruptly Quits
Tesla Sales Slow as the Pandemic Hobbles Production
Did the Supreme Court Open the Door to Reviving One of Its Worst Decisions?
Auto Sear: $20 Device That Turns Handguns Into Automatic Weapons
The Week in Business: Spending More, Getting Less
Germany Posts First Monthly Trade Deficit in 30 Years
Air Travelers Face Delays and Cancellations on July 4 Weekend
Listeria Outbreak Is Linked to Ice Cream, C.D.C. Says
Three Dead in Denmark After Shooting in Copenhagen Mall
Florida Man Posing as Disney Worker Charged in Removal of R2-D2 at Hotel
A Clunky, Reusable Mask May Be the Answer to N95 Waste
Thousands of Flights Are Delayed or Canceled as July 4 Travel Kicks Off
Bruce Katz, Pioneer of the Walking Shoe, Is Dead at 75
Post-Roe, Women Discover How Their Employer Influences Abortion Access
Inflation Is Posing 19 Problems for the European Central Bank
Mark Zuckerberg Prepares Meta Employees for a Tougher 2022
Trump Media is subpoenaed in federal inquiry of Truth Social deal.
Pandemic-battered movie theaters are feeling good after a strong June.
Father of Technoblade, YouTube Minecraft Star, Says His Son Has Died
London Modern and Contemporary Auctions: A Market Minus the Froth
Will There Be Enough Monkeypox Vaccine?
Fourth of July Weekend Will Test Airlines Struggling to Bounce Back
How TikTok Became a Best Seller Machine
TikTok tells Republican senators how it plans to keep American data away from China.
GM Quarterly Sales Fall Amid Shortage in Computer Chips and Other Parts
Paying Down Credit Card Balances, Emergency Savings and Other Tips

NY Times Econ

Gas Prices Around the World Threaten Livelihoods and Stability
Post-Roe, Women Discover How Their Employer Influences Abortion Access
Mark Zuckerberg Prepares Meta Employees for a Tougher 2022
GM Quarterly Sales Fall Amid Shortage in Computer Chips and Other Parts
Gas Prices Force Many to Rethink Driving, and Spending
Income and Spending Rose Less Than Prices in May
Pessimism about the economy is growing, a U.S. poll shows.
As Dockworkers Near Contract's End, Many Others Have a Stake
Consumer Spending Weaker Than Reported, a Bad Sign for the Economy
Highest Mortgage Rates Since 2008 Housing Crisis Cool Sales
North of Atlanta, a Trove of Wineries
Why Coupons Are Harder to Find Than Ever
The Pandemic Flight of Wealthy New Yorkers Was a Once-in-a-Century Shock
Hacking High Gas Prices: How People Are Changing Their Habits
As Russia Chokes Ukraine's Grain Exports, Romania Tries to Fill In
Fed Confronts a ‘New World' of Inflation
Inflation Complicates Biden's Deliberations on Student Loan Forgiveness
Why the Fed Is Risking a Recession
Labor Agency Seeks Broad Order Against Starbucks in Federal Court
Companies Brace for Impact of New Forced Labor Law

Forbes

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