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Mario Creator May Be Nintendo’s Next Boss1

Europe Reaches Rescue Deal for Greece1

Bulls in Oil Market See Red Cape in Output Cuts1


Optimism vs. Anger: The 2016 Presidential Question2

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Barriers to Iran Nuclear Accord Persist3

U.A.E. Executes Woman Who Killed American3

U.S. Wants to Put Drones in North Africa3

Greece Deal Will Take Time to Reach Banks4

Third Time’s a Charm? Pessimism Greets Bailout4

Glimmer of Hope For Both Sides6

Barracks Collapse Kills Russian Troops6

Walker Campaign to Target Republican Core7

Year-End Congressional Budget Fight Takes Shape7

Trump Stance Draws More GOP Criticism7

Kentucky Is a Test Case On Health-Law Politics8

In U.S., Car Makers Face Debate on Pay8

Pope Francis to Start Addressing the Middle Class9

U.S. Riled by Mexico Drug Lord’s Escape9

Military Launches Counteroffensive Near Baghdad10

Islamic State Squeezes Iraq Food Supply10

Evolution of Atticus Finch; Harper Lee Book Causes Stir11

Male Model’s Star on the Rise25


A Brilliant Weekend for Tennis26

At Comic-Con, Fake Weapons Are No Joke27


The Price of Greek Rejection12

Samsung’s Shareholder Test12

Beijing Locks Up the Lawyers12

The Fading U.S. Nuclear Deterrent13

The Two Kinds of Pride Before Greece’s Fall13

Portents of World Cyberwar14

Dark Days in Maycomb14

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Report Adds To Debate On Swings In Treasurys 15

Shire Resumes Its Biotech Push15

Stocks Show Relief Over Greece Deal15

‘Star Wars’ Film Not the Top Star at Comic-Con16

Bulk of Smartphone Profit Goes to Apple17

Indian Outsourcing Firms Battle ‘Cloud’18

Internet Firms in China Wage a Movie Price War18

Franklin Expands His Chemicals Empire 19

Wall Street’s Cop Walks the Beat With Bigger Stick19

How Bitcoin Could Prevent a Future Greece20

U.S. Energy Firms Set $15.8 Billion Deal21

CICC’s Hong Kong IPO Aims to Raise $1 Billion22

It’s a Close Call on Samsung Vote28

Greek Banks’ Buffer Looks Pretty Thin28

Europe’s Deep Debt Woes28


Markets, Fed Don’t Sing Same Rates Tune28

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