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Tesla Owners Queue Up To Recharge—And Fume1

U.S., Cuba Formally Renew Relations 1

Tsipras Takes Defiant Tone With Lenders1

Euro’s Salvation Lies In Its Political Appeal2

What’s News—2

U.N. Agency Steps Up Role in Iran Talks3

Dozens Killed in Egypt as Army, Militants Clash3

ECB Keeps Limits on Greek Bank Loans4

Accident or Not, It Looks a Perfect Exit Stage Left4

Migrant Flood Adds to Strain On Government5

EU Says Russia, Ukraine Lacked Will for Gas Deal8

U.K. Enlists Teachers in Fighting Terror8

Italy Makes Antiterror Arrests8

Companies Criticize Overtime Changes9

CIA, Knocked by Report, Vows to Seek More Diversity9

Bush Reveals High Tax Rate, Income Jump10

World Bank Urges Beijing to Push Reform11

China Economy Showed More Weakness in June11

Beijing Invites North Korea’s Kim To September Event11

Greece’s Electorate Caught Between Pain and Pride12

Record Default Deals Blow to IMF13

Your New High-Res Beach Buddy 29


Playing on Grass (As in Surface)30

Office Pet Is a Snake, Pig, Bird-Brain Too31


Europe’s Fracking Failure14

Apple Rule of Unreason14

Christie Bounds In14

The Global Economy Needs More Trade in Services15

For Party and Power15

The Greek Crisis Is About More Than Money16

Why Greece Puts a Gun to Its Head16

Business and Finance

Heathrow Wins Backing for Third Runway17

China’s IPO Stance Makes Stocks Spin17

Uncertain Markets Face Plenty Of Obstacles17

Arrested Executive Leaves Toyota Job18

Trucks, Sport-Utilities Rev Up U.S. Auto Sales 18

B-Schools Get a Feel for Virtual Reality19

Complaint Against Facebook Is Dismissed20

Samsung Deal Dodges Impediment20

Nike’s Phil Knight to Pass the Baton21

Wanted: German Efficiency on a Budget22

Australian Ports Operator Attracts Takeover Offer22

ACE Agrees to Acquire Chubb for $28.3 billion23

Investors Fight for Cash in Bulgaria Banking Crisis23

Europe Largely Absent From M&A Boom24

LME Tries Again to Cut Delays at Warehouses25

Awful Quarter for Europe Bonds25

Era Begins at Deutsche Bank26

Stocks Bounce Back As Greek Fears Ebb26

Janus Deal Comes With Co-Manager for Gross26

Fed’s Problem: Too Little Debt32

Ace Is High for Rate-Hit Insurers32

Samsung-Elliott Fight Isn’t Over32

A Cost of Banks Behaving Badly32

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