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Greece Pays Debt, and Banks Reopen Amid a Cash Crunch1

Lockheed Agrees to Buy Sikorsky1

Fed Sets Rules for Lenders 1

French Towns Wrestle With ‘Toxic’ Loans1

What’s News2

Expert View: Accept Deal But Move to Contain Iran2

U.S. and Cuba Both Reopen Embassies 3

Study Suggests Arctic Ice Cap Can Rebuild3

Billionaire Funds Search for Alien Life3

Europe Falls Short on Plan for Migrants4

Turkish Border Town Struck by Deadly Bombing4

Bidding Wars for Homes Stage Comeback 8

Some Chinese Firms Struggle to Survive9

Trimming Overcapacity Aids War on Pollution, Too9

U.S. Strike Kills Soldiers In Eastern Afghanistan10

EU Seeks Way to Revive Israeli-Palestinian Talks10

U.N. Security Council Endorses Iran Accord10

Four Italian Workers Are Kidnapped in Libya 11

Kenya Stresses Security Ahead of Visit11

Frenzy Over Retailer Harks Back to Dot-Com Boom 12

‘I Love You,’ But Not Your Friends29

Rules Shake-Up as FIFA Sets Date for Blatter’s Departure30

Caitlyn Jenner and What Courage Means30

Scranton Loses the Plot for Cinematic Glory31

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College Aid Means Higher Tuition14

Japan’s Peaceful Self-Defense14

Trump and His Apologists14

David Cameron’s Centrist Gamble15

After Five Years, Dodd-Frank Is a Failure15

Doing Very Stupid Stuff16

Iran’s Attention-Span Advantage16

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Uber Heads To Top Court In Europe17

Charlie Hebdo Editors Calm Office Rift17

China Steadies Yuan as Markets Churn 17

Dating Site For Cheaters Is Latest Firm Hacked18

Toshiba’s Leadership Takes Hit18

The Rewards of Tidying Up Your Life—Digitally 19

Tech World Prepares Obituary for Adobe Flash19

Detroit Cuts a Path for Driverless Cars20

Gold Falls to Five-Year Low, Hurt by Rising Dollar20

Rocket Maker Aims to Cut ‘Short Leash’21

Standard Chartered’s CEO Tightens His Hold 23

Morgan Stanley Buoyed By Trading Revenue24

Riskier European Firms Rush to Tap Bond Market 24

Human Traders Beat Computer-Driven Hedge Funds24

Dodd-Frank Act���s Creators Take Stock25

Mutual Funds at the Forefront of Puerto Rico Talks25

European Stocks’ Win Streak Hits 926

U.S. Takes Its Probe of Tax Evaders to Singapore26

Hong Kong and Hanergy Spar26

Morgan Stanley Takes Bank Shot32

Overheard32

Uneven Lines in Yahoo’s Spinoff32

Corporate Bonds’ Trouble32

Pharma’s Recovery Looks Weaker32

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