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Starwood Gets Higher Offer From Anbang-led Group, Threatening Marriott Deal A1

The battle for Starwood Hotels continued as the group led by China’s Anbang increased its bid for the hotelier to $14 billion, threatening Starwood’s deal with Marriott.

World

Campaign 2016 Marks a Role Reversal on Foreign Policy A2

Campaign 2016 has just about reversed the Republican and Democratic views on when and how to wield American power to shape overseas events, writes Washington Bureau Chief Gerald F. Seib.

Opinion

Trumping NATO A10

The Republican would accelerate a U.S. retreat begun under Obama.

Business & Tech.

Testing to Start for Computer With Chips Inspired by the Human Brain B1

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory will begin testing on Thursday a $1 million computer packed with 16 microprocessors that are designed to mimic the way the brain works.

Money & Investing

Banks Ramp Up Push for Home-Equity Lines B5

Lenders are trying to offset faltering mortgage originations and a fizzling refinancing wave. For borrowers, the move comes as home values continue to rise.

Personal Journal

Oculus Rift Review: VR’s Rising Star Isn’t Ready for the Mainstream A12

The first totally immersive home virtual reality rig is a pricey, awkward, isolating—and occasionally brilliant—glimpse of the future of computing, Geoffrey A. Fowler writes.


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