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New Greek Proposals Fall Short of Demands

A new proposal for budget cuts and policy overhauls from Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras was dismissed by European officials as insufficient to revive negotiations over a new bailout.

European Stocks Surge on Greek Hopes

European stocks surged on renewed optimism about a possible deal between Greece and its creditors. The Stoxx 600 rose 1.7% after two sessions of heavy losses.

Greece Grapples With Its Own Migrant Problem

Greece’s surging migrant crisis threatens to hand a fresh problem to a government on the verge of collapsing under the debt crisis.

For Greeks, a Murky Choice Between Pain, Pride

At home and in the streets, Greeks are weighing the monumental choice they have to make on Sunday: more financial pain to stay with the euro, or the uncertainty of being cut loose. 63

German Public Back Merkel’s Stance on Greece

If Greek Premier Alexis Tsipras had hoped his referendum announcement would scare his German counterpart to offer his country much looser bailout terms, a quick look at recent German opinion polls might have changed his calculus.

Arrested Toyota Executive Resigns

Toyota Motor managing officer Julie Hamp, who was arrested last month in Tokyo on suspicion of violating Japan’s drug laws, has resigned.

Airports Commission Backs Third Heathrow Runway

London Heathrow airport has won the backing of a government-appointed panel for a third runway to address a looming runway capacity shortage that has threatened to stifle Europe’s biggest market for trans-Atlantic flights.

Tesla Owners Gripe Over Recharge Waits

Complaints about long lines at Tesla’s free recharging stations have the electric-vehicle company chastising frequent users. 255

Two Uber Executives Indicted in France

French prosecutors have ordered two top Uber executives to stand trial on charges they enabled nonprofessional drivers to operate illegal taxi services. 91

Dangers Behind Laundry Pods Stump Experts

Children who accidentally burst laundry pods experience a wide range of medical outcomes, making it hard to pinpoint what makes these packets so much more potentially hazardous than liquid detergent.

Europe Largely Absent From M&A Boom

As mergers-and-acquisition activity has raced ahead in other parts of the globe, economic worries have kept Europe relatively quiet.

Willis-Towers Watson: A Merger of Equals—Not Exactly

When Willis Group Holdings and Towers Watson announced plans to form an $18 billion global professional-services firm, they billed it as a merger of equals. But their investors don’t see it that way.

Central Banks Trim Their Share of Euro Holdings, Add to Dollars

The proportion of euros held in official foreign-exchange reserves fell in the first quarter, suggesting that central banks allowed their allocation of the single currency to decline.

Portugal’s Novo Banco Received Three Binding Offers

Novo Banco, the Portuguese bank created out of failed lender Banco Espírito Santo SA last year, has received three binding offers that will be analyzed in the coming weeks.

U.S. to Open Havana Embassy

The U.S. and Cuba have reached an agreement to restore diplomatic relations and reopen embassies in each other’s capitals, the biggest step yet toward ending a half century of animosity between the two countries. 121

China Invites North Korea’s Kim to Beijing

China has invited Kim Jong Un to attend events in September to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II.

Ukraine Suspends Russian Natural Gas Purchases

Insufficient “political will” was to blame for a breakdown in talks that would have allowed Ukraine to buy natural gas from Russia for the rest of the year, the EU’s energy chief said.

Tunisian Gunman Openly Admired Extremists

To his peers at university, Seifeddine Rezgui was a troubling presence on campus, eagerly espousing radical beliefs.

Clinton Emails: Domestic Politics, Image-Tending

While serving as secretary of state, Hillary Clinton was keenly attentive to domestic political issues, a batch of emails released by the State Department Tuesday shows.

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You’re Loading the Dishwasher Wrong

Everyone, it seems, has a strong opinion about how to do this household chore—leading to disputes and power struggles. 89