Crunch time for Greece as IMF debt looms and bailout ends
ATHENS, Greece (AP) ? It's crunch time for Greece, with the European part of its international bailout expiring Tuesday and with it any possible access to the remaining rescue loans that it needs to pay its debts.
State Dept.: Trade bill can't defend Israel's territoriesWASHINGTON (AP) ? The Obama administration is taking issue with language in a new trade bill meant to discourage boycotts of Israel.
Disney picks McCarthy as CFO; names Mayer as strategy chief
BURBANK, Calif. (AP) ? Disney named its treasurer, Christine McCarthy, as its new chief financial officer, replacing Jay Rasulo, a longtime executive who announced he was resigning earlier this month after it became apparent he would not likely be elevated to CEO.
Nike co-founder Knight will step down as chairmanNEW YORK (AP) ? Nike Chairman Phil Knight plans to step down, and says he wants President and CEO Mark Parker to succeed him.
After 'gratifying' week, Obama sees long to-do list in time left
By Roberta Rampton and Jeff Mason WASHINGTON (Reuters) - It did not match the week of his wedding or the weeks his daughters were born, but President Barack Obama acknowledged on Tuesday that last week was a particularly momentous one for him. The Supreme Court legalized gay marriage and upheld his signature healthcare law, and Congress passed legislation critical to a Pacific trade pact Obama wants to finalize before leaving office in January 2017. "I might see if we can make next week even better," quipped Obama, who has about 18 months left in his presidency.
US court agrees Apple violated antitrust law in e-book entry
NEW YORK (AP) ? Apple violated antitrust laws by colluding with publishers to raise electronic book prices when it entered a market in 2010 that had been dominated by Amazon.com, a divided federal appeals court panel said Tuesday.
Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck say they're getting divorced
Candidate Jeb Bush bares 33 years of tax returns in show of transparency
By Steve Holland and Linda Stern WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush released 33 years of tax records on Tuesday showing that his net worth of between $19 million and $22 million has been amassed largely through investments and speaking fees that have been as high as $75,000 per engagement. In a show of transparency expected to pressure his rivals to bare their tax records, Bush revealed that since the end of his tenure as Florida governor in 2007, his annual income has risen sharply to nearly $7.4 million in 2013 from $260,580 in 2006. Talking to a handful of reporters in Washington about the 1,150 pages of returns made public, Bush, 62, said his hope was to "give people a sense of who I am." He said, "It's not a life that has been scripted to run for president.
Theater shooter's attorneys focus on his dazed, sullen lookCENTENNIAL, Colo. (AP) ? Attorneys for Colorado theater shooter James Holmes are showing video footage of him looking sullen and dazed after the attack in their effort to show he was insane.
GOP's Jeb Bush to release 33 years of personal tax returns