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5:55 AM Greece has submitted to creditors a new two-year aid proposal calling for parallel debt restructuring, in what seemed like a last-ditch effort to resolve an impasse with lenders.
Kim Hjelmgaard 3:35 AM German chancellor leaves virtually no hope left to avert a midnight default despite a plea from Athens for a last-minute bailout extension.
Jamie Freed 9:06 PM Australians heading to Europe are cashing up and putting more on their travel money cards as ATMs run out of cash.
Peter Eavis 5:36 PM Beyond Greece and Puerto Rico, high borrowing is also bogging down the globally significant economies of Brazil, Turkey, Italy and China.
3:15 PM Puerto Rico has announced it can not pay back all of its at least $US73 billion in debt. Here's what you need to know.
Jacob Bogage 2:34 PM Martha Stewart Living set the agenda for homemaking for decades. Now, one share of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia isn't worth the price of a Martha Stewart-branded meat tenderiser.
Scott Lanman and Paul Gordon 9:44 AM Almost all the key players have taken a stance on whether it would be a default if Greece misses Tuesday's IMF payment - except for the institution that may matter the most.
Rose Powell 9:02 AM Local greek communities are sending money home, meeting every day to pray and preparing for an influx of migrants as Greece teeters closer to the edge.
Jamie Freed Australians planning a holiday in Greece might want to take more cash than usual after the economic crisis led to shortages at some ATM machines.
James Li was unhappy with his pay as a security guard so he started driving on weekends for Uber. He's almost tripled his pay - in part by scamming the company.
Landon Thomas There's increasing panic among hedge fund investors, such as David Einhorn and John Paulson, who have placed more than $14.4 billion into Greek government bonds, bank stocks and other investments.
Neil Irwin Greece wants change, but if it exits the euro it could show Europe is less unified and more fragile than its leaders want us to think.
Matthew Holehouse in Brussels and Mehreen Khan in London Greece faces a debt default and a banking collapse within days after its international creditors made clear Saturday they will not rescue the struggling country.
Christos Ziotis, Jenny Paris,Theophilos Argitis and Nikos Chrysoloras Greece's banks may need an injection of fresh emergency funds to operate on Monday as people rushed to pull out money after Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras called a referendum that could decide his country's fate in the euro.
Tyler Cowen We need to think more systematically about the winners and losers as these new institutions develop.
Birgit Jennen, Nikos Chrysoloras and Rebecca Christie Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras called a referendum on the terms offered by creditors for the latest aid package, saying they're seeking to humiliate the Greek people who must provide a democratic response.
Laura Colby The first woman to run a Wall Street firm could be a behavioural scientist, a mathematician, or an engineer. Three women with these backgrounds are all within striking distance of the CEO suite, fighting the odds of the male-dominated banking industry.
Flavia Krause-Jackson and Sangwon Yoon Where the living is easy - or at least people don't take it so hard: New survey shows the 10 happiest places on earth. Australia isn't one of them.
Sangwon Yoon The historic hotel in upstate New York that inspired the 1987 film "Dirty Dancing" will come to be known for its downward dog.
Jenny Paris and Alessandro Speciale Should investors get worried if there's no rescue deal for Greece by June 30 or is it just another date that government leaders and creditors will work around?
Andrew Willis After decades on the US no-go list, Cuba is developing into a hotspot in the Caribbean, spurring interest by companies ranging from Airbnb to Netflix. Not to mention liquor companies keen to ready Havana rum for world distribution.
Greece failed again to clinch a deal with its international creditors, setting up a last-ditch effort on Saturday to avert a default next week amid fears of financial market turmoil.
Corinne Gretler and Jan Schwalbe Chocolate maker Barry Callebaut says it's ready to start selling chocolate that remains solid up to 38°C, leading the race to unlock billions in potential profits in hotter countries.
Lucas Shaw US billionaire Carl Icahn sold his last shares of Netflix after the S&P 500-leading stock doubled its price this year, seeing now a golden opportunity in Apple instead.
Rina Chandran Forget mining data such as GDP growth trends, home sales and company earnings forecasts to gauge economies. There's a more accurate indicator: Local beer sales.
The former French finance minister says she is ready to consider a second term as head of the International Monetary Fund and tells off the Greek government.
Carrie LaFrenz Failed biotech QRxPharma and its former chief executive, John Holaday, have been named in a class action for violations of federal securities laws in the United States.
Boris Korby and Belinda Cao One man may hold the key to figuring what's next in the frenzy to take over US-listed Chinese companies and take them public on the mainland.