EU leaders warn Greeks that rejecting creditors' proposals in a referendum on Sunday would mean leaving the euro, as fears of a default grow.
Shares in Asia open flat or higher in early trading and begin to recover some of Monday's losses.
The US Supreme Court blocks a key government attempt to limit pollution from the country's power plants after industry challenges the changes.
A health insurer is criticised for advising members to use a Facebook-owned activity tracker without making the social network's involvement more clear.
The European television rights for the Olympic Games are awarded to Eurosport and its parent channel in a 1.3bn euros deal.
Two managers of the taxi-ordering app Uber have been arrested in France over what authorities have described as an "illicit" service.
Puerto Rico's governor says the US territory cannot pay its $72bn (£45bn) debt and is close to defaulting ahead of emergency talks with legislators.
An application to start fracking at a site in Lancashire is rejected by county councillors.
China hosts the signing ceremony of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, a new international financial institution set to rival the World Bank.
Business lobby group the CBI appoints Carolyn Fairbairn - a former member of the Number 10 Policy Unit - as its new director general.
The maker of The Famous Grouse and The Macallan reports a sharp fall in profits, after a £239m writedown for its Brugal rum brand.
UK manufacturers intend to invest more money over the next two years as the number of firms saying the UK is more competitive rises, a survey finds.
A rare meeting between two self-driving cars resulted in one taking evasive action, Reuters reports.
A young designer based in London has developed a hand tool that he hopes can change the way craftsmen and women work.
The Chancellor George Osborne has warned British holidaymakers heading to Greece that they should take plenty of cash with them as banking services could be limited.
Share prices have fallen sharply both in Europe and around the world, as the clock ticks down for Greece to make its latest repayment to the International Monetary Fund.
Until now anyone thinking of buying a new 4x4 car would be unlikely to go for an African brand - largely because there weren't any.
Chinese fashion comes of age as a home-grown star makes the leap to becoming an international household name.
A young designer based in London has developed a new system that he thinks will change the way we carry luggage.
Amir Paivar from the BBC's Persian Service explains how the sanctions on Iran affect the economy.
Greek banks are to remain closed and capital controls will be imposed, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras says.
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