The IMF and international creditors may need to reduce the principal amount Greece owes to avert a bigger crisis. Here are predictions.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras reportedly told Germany's Angela Merkel he would submit proposals for a new deal on Tuesday.
Athens Chamber of Commerce President Constantine Michalos discusses the country's biggest fear after the referendum.
Technical analysts believe the recent breakdown in the S&P 500 has placed the index in a danger zone with potentially further losses on the way.
Starbucks says it's hiking prices again starting Tuesday, with the increases ranging from 5 to 20 cents for most affected drinks.
Nobel laureate Robert Shiller sees a buying opportunity in Greek stocks.
A comparison of year-ago targets to current share prices shows that for 10 S&P 500 stocks, analysts missed the mark by more than 60 percent.
Illinois faced spending freezes after lawmakers failed to approve a budget. Five other states also missed the July 1 deadline.
If Congress won't get tough on "dark money" in elections, President Obama should, says Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse.
Million-dollar summer rentals in the Hamptons seem to be proliferating, but the number of rich people willing to rent them appears more limited.
Health insurers are seeking steep rate increases, saying their new customers under the Affordable Care Act turned out to be sicker than expected.
Gold used to be where the world turned when times got rough, but after a Greek referendum that put the future of the euro in question, bullion has barely budged.
"Clearly there is a strong voice in the Chinese state today that celebrates authoritarianism," says an author and former China resident.
CNBC's Mary Thompson and Art Cashin, of UBS, discuss whether Greece can open the banks in the coming days, and the selloff in China's market.
American businesses, exposed to Greece, are hunkering down after Sunday's "no" vote. Are Greek product shortages and price spikes far off?
Barron's is out with an article saying the stock could lose as much as 20 percent as it struggles to grow. The FMHR discuss Chipotle as their call of the day.
When July 4 falls on a Saturday, people don't go to movies as they normally do. Movie studios are much better off when July 4 falls on a weekday.
Here is why start-ups are beginning to call Texas home.
Large investors have slowed purchasing but are holding on to what is becoming an increasingly lucrative asset: The single-family rental home.
Consulting firm Mercer's 21st annual cost-of-living survey compares data from 207 cities over five continents, based on answers and exchange rates.