However Greeks had voted Sunday would have heralded a period of turmoil. But with a resounding victory for the “no” vote, Greece and the eurozone are taking a leap into the unknown.
Uber asked police to protect drivers and passengers using its ride-sharing service from taxi drivers in Johannesburg, who have lashed out at a company they say is cutting into their business.
A New York state judge dismissed the second conviction of Sergey Aleynikov, the former Goldman Sachs programmer charged with stealing the bank’s high-frequency trading computer code.
China’s aggressive response to plunging share prices undercuts its pledge to have the market play a decisive role in the economy.
The new Hero4 Session isn’t GoPro’s best-quality camera. But its simplicity and size—about that of an ice cube—make it hard to beat, writes Geoffrey A. Fowler.
U.S. stocks drifted lower Monday after Greeks resoundingly rejected creditors’ conditions for further financial aid.
Oil prices tumbled Monday on worries about China’s stock markets, a potential flood of Iranian oil and the debt saga in Greece.
Toshiba is likely to mark down its past operating profit by at least $814 million as a result of accounting irregularities.
Seritage Growth Properties’ shares gained as much as 4% in their market debut on Monday after the real estate spinoff of Sears Holdings Corp. estimated that it brought in about $1.6 billion through its rights offering.
American Apparel Inc. warned on Monday that it may need to raise additional capital over the next year even as it embarks on an aggressive cost-cutting plan.