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Twitter co-founder returns, Netflix's early release and Google wants to save the city

Greek debt talks aren't progressing as well as investors here at home had hoped and today's market is voicing that displeasure (^DJI, ^GSPC, ^IXIC)

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Here are some of the other stories Yahoo Finance is keeping an eye on today.

Twitter's comback kid?


Twitter (TWTR) co-founder and former CEO Jack Dorsey is back. We've seen examples of some successful "comebacks" by company founders before. Of course, Steve Jobs at Apple is probably the best known. And like Jobs, Dorsey is only supposed to be an "interim" CEO. But there is plenty of speculation that he'll eventually get the job full time.

Netflix's early release
Christmas came early for fans of the Netflix (NFLX) series "Orange is the New Black." The streaming service released episodes of the third season of the popular series 6 hours before they were scheduled to go out, causing a Twitter buzz.

Google's new project
Google (GOOGL) has a new project-- saving America's cities! The tech giant is creating Sidewalk Labs.  CEO Larry Page says it is aimed at improving city life by developing technologies to address issues such as the cost of living, efficient transportation and energy usage. The company is bringing in former New York City economic development head and Bloomberg CEO Dan Doctoroff to run the program.





What to watch next week
It's Friday which means out panel is helping you highlight next week's big stories:

Mike Santoli - Fed meeting and rates
Andy Serwer - Women's World Cup and Fifa sponsorship developments
Lauren Lyster - The E3 gaming conference and Microsoft's (MSFT) big announcement

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