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Worst day in 10 months as Wall Street reacts to Brexit  

Reuters By : RODRIGO CAMPOS

The S&P 500 turned negative for the year-to-date on Friday as Wall Street suffered its largest selloff in 10 months after Britain's decision to leave the European Union caught traders wrong-footed.

In the busiest trading volume for a single session in nearly five years, financial stocks led the decline on the S&P 500 with a 5.4 percent drop -the largest for the sector since November 2011. - Referenced Article


Due to the tremendous response, some customers experienced delays reaching customer service at Costco  

CNN Money By : Ahiza Garcia

Outraged customers vented on social media Wednesday about problems with their new Costco (COST) credit cards.

They complained that they couldn't open their new accounts and couldn't pay existing balances that were transferred to the new cards. The switch was supposed to be automatic and seamless. - Referenced Article


McIlroy addresses the reason for his withdrawal from the Olympics  

Irish Examiner By : John McHenry

While it was a statement I suspected was coming for some time, there is no doubt that yesterday’s decision by Rory McIlroy to pull out of the Olympic Games has greatly undermined the efforts of the world’s golfing organisations to re-introduce golf into the games after a 112-year absence. - Referenced Article


As Fears of Brexit Ease, Wall Street Thrives  

NY Times By : AP

United States stocks rose sharply on Monday as investors grew hopeful that Britain would remain in the European Union.

Asian stocks traded higher and indexes in Europe soared as the latest opinion polls and betting markets suggested it was more likely that Britain would stay in the E.U. Britons vote in a referendum on the matter on Thursday. - Referenced Article


Kim Kardashian: I went to O.J.s house just to support him  

CBS Sports By : John Breech

One of the biggest mysteries surrounding the O.J. Simpson trial revolves around the murder weapon.

To this day, authorities have been unable to locate the knife that was believed to be used in the killings of Nicole Brown and Ronald Goldman.

Over the past 22 years, there have been several conspiracy theories that have emerged surrounding the knife. - Referenced Article


LeBron James scored 41 points for the second straight game  

Oregon Live By : Staff Reporting

LeBron James scored 41 points for the second straight game to lead the Cleveland Cavaliers to a NBA Finals Game 7 after a 115-101 over the Golden State Warriors Thursday. Game 7 is Sunday in Oakland. - Referenced Article


Jeffrey Felix: Khloe Kardashian begged OJ Simpson to take a paternity test over claims he was her real father  

Daily Mail By : KELLY MCLAUGHLIN

Khloe Kardashian begged OJ Simpson to take a paternity test because she feared he might be her real father, one of his prison guards has revealed. Jeffrey Felix told a documentary about Robert Kardashian that he had overheard a conversation between Khloe and Simpson at Lovelock prison in Nevada, where Simpson is serving a 33-year term for robbery. - Referenced Article


WHY DID MICROSOFT PAY SO MUCH FOR LINKEDIN?  

Newsweek By : MARK SKILTON

Many people will have heard of LinkedIn: the social networking site aimed at professionals looking for a platform for business networking. Many more will have found it irritating – jokes abound on the subject of how hard it is to get the site to stop sending you emails. - Referenced Article


Johnson Publishing announces sale of Jet, Ebony magazines, Cheryl McKissack will serve as CEO  

AP By : Staff Reporting

Ebony and Jet magazines, which have chronicled African-American life for the past 71 years, have been sold to an Austin, Texas-based private equity firm.

Johnson Publishing Co. announced Tuesday that Ebony and digital-only Jet were sold to Clear View Group but didn't disclose the sale price. - Referenced Article


Abbas Akhoundi, Iran: It has reached historic deal to buy Boeing planes  

USA Today By : William Cummings

Iran has finalized a historic deal with Boeing to buy passenger planes from the U.S. aircraft manufacturer as part of an ongoing effort to upgrade the country's civilian air fleet, Iranian media reported Tuesday.

The deal will be announced in the coming days, Iran's minister of roads and urban development, Abbas Akhoundi, told the semi-official Iranian FARS news agency. - Referenced Article


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