Hero4 Session Review: GoPro Shrinks the Camera Again

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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.

American Apparel to Close Stores, Streamline Workforce

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American Apparel unveiled plans to cut costs by closing underperforming stores and streamlining its workforce as the retailer looks to turn around its flagging business.

U.S. Stocks Open Lower on Greece Debt Crisis

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U.S. stocks opened lower on Monday after Greeks resoundingly rejected creditors’ conditions for further financial aid, pushing their country closer to bankruptcy and a potential exit from the eurozone.

China's Stock Market Rescue May Come at a Price

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China’s aggressive response to plunging share prices undercuts its pledge to have the market play a decisive role in the economy and risks cementing investors’ belief that Beijing will always bail them out.

Toshiba Profit Markdown May Double Earlier Estimates

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Toshiba is likely to mark down its past operating profit by at least $814 million as a result of accounting irregularities.

Greek Voters Poleax Markets

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The projected result of the Greek vote will rattle the eurozone and global markets.

Seritage Raises $1.6 Billion, to Begin Trading After Spinoff From Sears

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Seritage Growth Properties, the real-estate spinoff of Sears, estimated it will receive about $1.6 billion from its rights offering and will begin trading today on the New York Stock Exchange.

Rolls-Royce Suspends Buybacks, Warns on Profit

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Rolls-Royce has scrapped its first ever share buyback program and warned that weak demand in its airliner and marine engine businesses would be a drag on earnings through next year.

Greek Bank Vortex Threatens Deal Hopes

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The longer Greece’s economic limbo endures, the closer to collapse Greece’s banks will be and the more difficult any new economic bailout becomes.

Firms Analyze Tweets to Gauge Sentiment

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“Sentiment analysis” startups are trying to tap Wall Street’s growing desire to harness the world’s vast amount of data to make predictions about the movements of stocks and other securities and derivatives.

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