Alexis Tsipras

Markets digest mixed Fed messages; Tsipras emerges victorious in Greece; Li calls for mergers among state-owned firms.
Greek Prime Minister resigns to clear the way for an election; Apple floats massive bond offering in Australia.
Warren Buffett announces major acquisition; Greek negotiations press on; Alibaba unveils investment into Chinese electronics retailer.
Wal-Mart completes acquisition of Chinese online retailer Yihaodian; Ferrari takes off for IPO; Anthem nearing merger with Cigna.
Apple iPhone unit sales miss target; Bank of England questions Chinese growth projections; Florida bank announces Cuba branch opening.
IMF hints that debt forgiveness for Greece may be necessary; BHP writes down shale assets in the U.S.; Yum! Brands quarterly earnings disappoint.
U.K. inflation flatlines; China’s Tsinghua Unigroup offers $23 billion for Micron Technology; Mobius stepping down from managing Templeton Emerging-Markets Investment Trust.
Chinese equities up in second positive session in a row; Ryanair accepts offer from British Airways parent; IAE sees continued oil price slump.
Sunday’s anti-austerity referendum has raised the chances that Greece exits the euro; EU leaders have much to do to ensure other countries don’t follow suit.
Beijing attempts to curb stock market volatility; Aetna and Humana to merge; Rolls Royce to suspend share buybacks.