- Kids today: They don't work summer jobs the way they used to
WASHINGTON (AP) — It was at Oregon's Timberline Lodge, later known as a setting in the horror movie "The Shining," where Patrick Doyle earned his first real paycheck.
- Toshiba gets earnings report extension, faces delisting risk
TOKYO (AP) — Money-losing Japanese electronics and nuclear company Toshiba Corp. has until Aug. 10 to get auditors to sign off on its earnings statements, or else it faces the risk of getting delisted.
- The pain and gain of Brexit vote: British economy a year on
LONDON (AP) — Few events outside of war can have quite as much potential impact on the economy of a country as Britain's decision a year ago to leave the European Union.
- Governors wary of Medicaid cost shift in Senate health bill
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Governors in several states that opted to expand Medicaid are wary of the Senate Republican plan to end the added federal funding for it within seven years.
- World shares mixed as investors assess oil, China clampdown
HONG KONG (AP) — World stock markets were mixed on Friday as oil prices stabilized and investors assessed Beijing's moves to tighten up on some Chinese companies as well as the latest survey on eurozone economic growth.
- Eurozone economy enjoyed 'best quarter in over 6 years'
LONDON (AP) — The economy of the 19-country eurozone has just enjoyed its best quarter for more than six years, according to a closely watched survey.
- The Latest: Merkel calls UK's residency stance 'good start'
BRUSSELS (AP) — The Latest on the European Union summit (all times local):
- Total solar eclipse casts spotlight on rural Oregon town
MADRAS, Ore. (AP) — Just before sunrise, there's typically nothing atop Round Butte but the whistle of the wind and a panoramic view of Oregon's second-highest peak glowing pink in the faint light.
- 8 years after nationalization, Irish bank back in market
LONDON (AP) — The Irish government has sold 25 percent of Allied Irish Banks' shares, eight years after nationalizing the firm amid the financial crisis.
- China tightens online video controls, jolting investors
BEIJING (AP) — Three popular Chinese internet services have been ordered to stop streaming video after censors complained it contained improper comments on sensitive issues. The move prompted a sell-off in the U.S.-traded shares of Sina Corp. and its microblog service, Sina Weibo.