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Behind Berlin’s Hard Line, Cracks Emerge on Greece1

Beijing Tries to Halt Selloff1

Barclays CEO Falls Victim to ‘The Knife’ 1

Why Corporate America Needs More Competition2

What’s News—2

U.K. Unveils Corporate Tax Cut in Spending Plans3

In Eastern Ukraine, Returning Too Soon3

For Some in Syriza, a Greek Euro Exit Is Goal4

Greece Submits New Plan as Clock Ticks4

Bulgarian Border Towns Suffer Alongside Greeks5

EU Nears Agreement on Redistributing Migrants5

Arizona Railroad May Face Final Chapter6

Rubio Details Campaign Focus On Economic, Education Issues6

Another Hurdle for Gay Rights7

Economic Tumult Gives Fed Pause On Rates7

Trade Bank Becomes a Political Football7

Myanmar General Elections Scheduled for November8

Qatar Moves to Craft a New Global Image 8

Japan Finds Its Butter in Short Supply 9

Legions of Young Iranians Push Against the Old Ways10

Don’t Be Late, or You’ll Wreak Havoc25

Why Andy Murray Is a Tennis Nerd26

Another Federer-Murray Meeting26

Princes Feud Over Long-Lost Kingdom27


Cameron’s Reform Budget12

Islamic State on the Run?12

Lessons of China’s Crash12

Cutting Greece Loose Might Be a Win-Win13

A Perilous ‘No’ to the Status Quo13

China’s Stock Plunge Is Scarier Than Greece14

Twilight of the Euro Welfare State?14

Business and Finance

Microsoft to Slash Staff, Write Down Nokia Deal 15

On a Busy Day, a Glitch Halts the NYSE15

Shell Places Bet on Arctic Oil15

Apple Sets Sights High For Next iPhone Launch16

‘Fair Trade’ Branches Out From Food to Fashion17

Search for Cheaper Labor Leads to Africa17

Korea’s Investment Fund Has Stake in Samsung Fray18

Drone Pioneer Ventures Beyond Toys18

China’s Stock Woes Also Hit Other Assets19

Rout Derails Plan for Cleanup of Debt 19

U.S. Auto Executive Won’t Face Charges 20

Barclays Looking for ‘New Set of Skills’21

Tax-Inversion Wave Keeps Rolling Along22

Europe Shares Rise As U.S. Tumbles22


Barclays’s Makeover Has Echoes of Past28

China’s Toxic Brew Is Spilling28

The Mining Supercycle Suffers Long Goodbye28

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