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The French President Francois Hollande says there is "little time" to stop Greece from leaving the eurozone after talks failed to reach a deal.
Clothing retailer Gap is to close 175 stores across North America over the next few years as it attempts to restore flagging sales.
China should be given more credit for its investment in clean electricity, the head of the International Energy Agency says.
A court has ruled that former AIG boss Hank Greenberg should get no damages in his case against the US government over the company's 2008 bailout.
Campaigners fighting the expansion of Heathrow Airport threaten to take legal action over an "unfair" government consultation.
The two big beasts of planemaking, Airbus and Boeing, end the first day of the Paris Air Show with total orders for more than 200 civil aircraft.
Old Xbox 360 games will be playable on the newer Xbox One console, Microsoft has announced.