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Voting in Greece, July 5, 2015

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Voting in Greece is over. Now for the count

Counting is underway in Greece after a referendum on Sunday that could determine the country's future in the European Union.

Voters were asked whether to accept the latest offer of financial help from Europe and the International Monetary Fund.

The of...

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The Greek crisis...in 2 minutes

If you're just catching up to it, here are the latest developments -- and what you need to know. Last updated: July 5, 1:15 pm ET (5:15 pm GMT).

1) Counting is underway in Greece. Greeks voted Sunday in a landmark national referendum on a European ba...

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Who will get hurt if the startup bubble bursts?

The possible bubble brewing in the startup market could pop faster than you can say "Snapchat."

When and if that happens, real people will be hurt.

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France wine country gets World Heritage status

France's world renowned wine country was toasted twice Saturday with world heritage status by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.

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China spends billions to prevent stock market crash

China's stock market is in trouble. It's down over 20 percent since mid-June. But Chinese stock brokers are trying to tell scared investors: Stop selling. Help is on the way.

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Grateful Dead's Chicago shows among priciest concerts ever

This weekend, more than 200,000 aging hippies, jam-band fanatics and got-to-be-there scenesters will pack Chicago's Soldier Field for three farewell concerts by the Grateful Dead. For many of them, it won't be cheap.

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Greece deeply divided as vote on Europe looms

Greece's moment of truth has come.

After years of living on borrowed money and paying the price with savage austerity, Greeks will vote Sunday for more of the same (more or less) or for a rupture with Europe that could spell disaster.

Both sides held...

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The world's first Arab supercar

Asking the top speed of the world's first Arab supercar is beside the point. The 0-60 times, or horsepower, too. Those numbers won't matter by the time you notice the seats are stitched with gold thread and headlights are trimmed with diamonds.

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Aetna to buy rival Humana for $37 billion

Aetna has struck a deal to buy rival health insurer Humana for $37 billion.

Aetna will acquire all outstanding shares of Humana for a combination of cash and stock, at roughly $230 per Humana share, according to a joint statement. That's 23% higher th...

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Landmark College in Vermont is nation's most expensive

The most expensive colleges in the nation are charging close to $50,000 a year in tuition and fees alone. That doesn't even include the cost of room and board.

Topping the list is Landmark College, a small private school in Vermont specializing in te...

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