Snow Drought Saps Washington State's Economy

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The Olympics Mountains northwest of Seattle recorded the lowest snowfall since records there began in 1948 and the dire situation is hurting farmers, wildlife and businesses across the state.

Cash Crunch Hits Everyday Life in Greece

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The shutdown of Greece’s banking system is crippling businesses and making it hard for people to pay their bills.

U.S. Factories End Quarter on a Broad Upswing

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U.S. manufacturers ended the second quarter on stable footing, reporting a strong flow of orders that could help support the overall economy in coming months.

Euro's Salvation Lies in Its Political Appeal

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Greg Ip: The Greek crisis has laid bare the flawed economic foundation of the euro, but the political appeal of the common currency may be its salvation.

Deutsche CEO to Staff: Don't Expect 'Sweetness and Light'

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Deutsche Banks incoming co-Chief Executive John Cryan said he is committed to simplifying the bank and narrowing the scope of its operations.

GE's Divestiture Plans Hit Hurdles

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The Justice Department sued to block General Electric Co’s planned $3.3 billion sale of its appliance business to Electrolux AB, leaving the company with marquee deals in regulatory limbo on two continents.

Justice Department Probes Airlines for Collusion

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The Justice Department is investigating whether U.S. airlines colluded on expansion plans, amid concerns from consumer advocates and politicians that the industry is trying to control capacity to keep airfares high.

ACE to Buy Chubb for $28.3 Billion

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ACE agreed to buy fellow property-and-casualty insurer Chubb in a cash-and-stock deal valued at $28.3 billion, the largest-ever deal between two companies in the insurance industry.

Fannie, Freddie CEOs to Get $3.4 Million Raises

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The chief executives of government-controlled mortgage-finance firms Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac will get multimillion-dollar paydays thanks to a massive raise approved by the companies’ regulator.

Fannie, Freddie CEOs to Get $3.4 Million Raises

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The chief executives of government-controlled mortgage-finance firms Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac will get multimillion-dollar paydays thanks to a massive raise approved by the companies’ regulator.

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