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Anthem Raises Offer for Cigna; Aetna Bids for Humana1

Greece Pitches Last-Ditch Bailout Plan as Crisis Nears Endgame1

New Eurozone Plan Calls for Greater Economic Cohesion Within Currency Bloc 1

European Telecom Altice Offers to Buy French Rival Bouygues1

Coming Rate Rise to Test U.S.’s Housing Market2

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Norway’s Shift From Oil Stirs Up Fiords3

Poland’s Conservative Leader Drops Election Bid4

A Reckoning for Greek Brinkmanship4

Moscow Touts the Upside of Sanctions 5

Thousands Are Stranded as Visa Glitch Continues6

Low-Down-Payment Mortgages Pick Up6

Sunday Church Services Honor Shooting Victims7

Governor Gets the National Spotlight7

Brazil Probe Sweeps Up Two Corporate Magnates8

Paraguay Soccer Figure Tumbles From Perch8

BOJ to Bolster Data Delivered to Markets9

India Marks Official World Yoga Day9

Malaysia Fund Controversy Threatens Nation’s Leader10

Hong Kong Chief Tries to Ease Tensions Over Vote11

The Best Apps For Reading This Article…Later23

They Really Do Speak a Different Language24

Wandering Lonely as a Cloud24

Not With a Bang, But a Giggle25

Golfing Again. Please Send Help.26

Heard on the Pitch26

Rodent-Trap Firm Doesn’t Gopher Change27


The MetLife Challenge12

The Charleston Shooting12

Global Tax Follies12

Buttressing the Front Line Against Putin13

Is Greece’s Debt Worth the Risk?13

Iran Owes Millions to the Victims of Its Terrorism14

The Pope’s Solution for Warming: Pray14

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China Stock Gains Offer Economy Little15

Taylor Swift Calls Out Apple15

Investors Put Their Faith In Fed , ECB15

Web Services On Airliners Poised to Get Big Upgrades15

Russia Seals Deals With East and West16

EU Orders Changes to Google’s Rankings17

Cable-Television Pioneer, Comcast Founder DiesOBIT18

Ghana’s Woes Lift Cocoa Prices19

Europe’s Markets Hold Firm20

Oil Firms’ Magic Printing Press28

The Call of Cash for Tesla28


Noble Group Could Use a Friend28

Greece’s Banks Are Teetering On Brink 28

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