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In Second Opinion, Citibank is ordered to pay $700 million to customers for deceptive credit card marketing, Taylor Swift fights knockoffs in China and want to retire on $25,600 a year? Move to Panama.

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First Read ushers in your morning with news that Chinese Uber rival Didi Kuaidi has raised $2 billion in funding, massive layouts are expected at Microsoft and Greece is given until Sunday to settle debt crisis or face disaster.

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In Second Opinion, a federal judge blocks the Sysco-US Foods merger, a Eurogroup meeting ends with no deal on Greece, and the Republican presidential race gets even more crowded as Governor Bobby Jindal announces his candidacy.

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In Second Opinion, a suspect is arrested in the Charleston church shooting, which is now called a hate crime, Fitbit shares surge in market debut and cyberbullying app StopIt nabs a notable investor–retired Yankee great Derek Jeter.

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Doctoroff, Google launch Sidewalk Labs

Dan Doctoroff and Google are forming Sidewalk Labs. The New York-based startup aims to improve city life for residents, businesses and governments by developing and incubating civic technologies. Financial terms weren’t announced. Doctoroff is the former CEO of Bloomberg LP and Deputy Mayor of Economic Development and Rebuilding for the City of New York.

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First Read ushers in your morning with news that Apple Music is facing antitrust scrutiny, Tokio Marine plans on acquiring HCC Insurance for $7.5 billion and a new survey says Google is the most attractive employer among European business students.

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First Read closes out your week with news Intel is close to acquiring Altera for $15 bln, Bob Schieffer prepares to sign off as anchor of “Face the Nation” and ex-Lehman CEO Dick Fuld says at least his mother still loves him.

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First Read ushers in your morning with news that Golden Gate Capital is reportedly in talks to buy Ann Taylor, Google commits $150 million to diversity and Whole Foods is planning on opening a lower-price grocery chain targeting younger shoppers.

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To open your Friday, First Read has news labor is starting to gain on capital, a woman-led law firm lets partners be parents and Grooveshark gives up.

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In Second Opinion, ESPN takes Verizon to court over the latter’s new cable plan, Mylan says no to Teva’s $40 billion takeover bid and Safeway is reportedly set to go public again this year.

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In Second Opinion, Charter Communications explores bid for Time Warner Cable, a 64-year-old engineer sues Google for age discrimination and the Statue of Liberty is evacuated after a bomb threat.

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First Read ends your week with news the NASDAQ will settle its Facebook IPO lawsuit for $26.5 mln, Google’s quarterly revenue rose 12% and the Bruce Jenner story is presenting a pronoun dilemma for media outlets.

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In Second Opinion, President Obama endorses removing Cuba from the terrorism list, Microsoft buys mobile business intelligence service Datazen and Google patents the ability to control a robot army.

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