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Greece’s role in the eurozone is now at stake and a “no” vote in Sunday’s referendum could herald its exit. In the meantime,Roger Blitz
Lufthansa, the German flag carrier, is examining possible ways to tap into the nascent civilian drone market, chiefBy Chris Bryant in Frankfurt
Elsewhere on Tuesday, - Reversible? Move along, nothing to see here. - BIS drops Greece from the eurozone. - Playboy debatesFT Alphaville
Flooring specialist Carpetright delivered underlying pre-tax profits of £13m for the year to May 2 following a strongStephen Wilmot
Towers Watson and Willis Group are to combine in an $18bn deal that will create a wide-ranging professional servicesArash Massoudi
Ocado said on Tuesday it remained in talks with international retailers about using its online model, as it continued toAndrea Felsted, Senior Retail Correspondent
Wags who said Ocado starts with a zero, ends with a zero and will amount to zero may be eating their words with its latestChris Nuttall
Chris Christie, the New Jersey governor, will launch his long-awaited presidential campaign on Tuesday at the New JerseyMegan Murphy
When Petrobras chief executive Aldemir Bendine presented the Brazilian oil company’s new investment plan on Monday night, heJoe Leahy in São Paulo
Europe's message to Greek citizens is simple: they are voting on membership of the eurozone. A vote against the bailoutAmie Tsang
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