From the Wires

IKEA to raise minimum wages in all U.S. stores

TIME: The world's largest furniture retailer will increase the average store minimum wage by 17%.

Study: Excessive TV may be linked to early death

Forbes: A study from the Journal of the American Heart Association suggests that the more TV a person watches, the more likely he or she will die an early death.

Report: College degree still a solid investment

CNN: A new report by Federal Reserve Bank of New York economists found the rate of return for a bachelor's degree has hovered around 14% to 15% since 2000.

Apple to begin production of large iPhones

Bloomberg: Next month Apple Inc. suppliers in China will begin mass production of two large iPhone models, one with a 4.7-inch display and a 5.5-inch version.

WalMart edits New York Times op-ed

BBC: Wal-Mart vice president for communications David Tovar responds to critical NYTimes editorial with an edited version of story.

How Clinton flubbed the wealth question

CNN.com: Clinton, the political heavy hitter, mishandled questions about her personal wealth.

Oracle to purchase Micros Systems for $5.3B

Forbes: The California-based tech company will acquire the computer hardware company for $5.3 billion, or $4.6 billion net of cash.

FIFA World Cup: USA ties with Portugal, 2-2

BBC: The match finished 2-2 as Portugal’s Silvestre Varela scored in the final seconds of the game.

New York set to legalize medical marijuana

Reuters: New York would become the 23rd U.S. state to legalize cannabis for medical purposes.

Americans are buying fewer guns

CNN: Smith & Wesson shares plunged nearly 10%, a result of fewer Americans purchasing rifles.

GM hit with $10B lawsuit

Reuters: The lawsuit says the automaker should compensate millions of car and truck owners for lost resale value.

Chikungunya virus spreads to U.S., Cuba

CNN: Health officials have reported new cases of the debilitating virus in Cuba and the United States.

U.S. plans to create largest marine protected area

BBC: The extended zone in the middle of the Pacific Ocean would double the world's fully protected marine reserves.