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China Lacks A Draghi To Ease Fears1

Zurich Insurance May Bid for U.K.’s RSA1

Clock Is Ticking for Time Inc.’s Boss1

Syrian Rebels Make Gains, Posing Challenge to Assad1

What’s News—2

Russia Said to Reassess Support for Syria’s Assad2

Turkey Urged to Keep Peace With Kurds3

The Cost of Germany’s Graying Managers4

Higher Outlays Pinch Businesses’ Competitiveness4

U.K. Lord in Drug Probe Quits5

Britain’s Economy Shows Signs Of Health 5

French Court Backs Founder in National Front Rift5

Old Submarine Wreck Found Off Sweden 5

Israel Spy Pollard to Be Freed in November6

Prisoners Will Regain Access to University Grants6

Nontrade Concerns Cloud Pacific Push7

GOP Senator Could Offer Support for Iran Accord7

South Korea Says MERS Over8

Malaysian Leader Fires Deputy Over 1MDB Rift8

Thailand Disputes Report On Human Trafficking8

Obama Plays Catch-Up on Africa Ties9

Libyan Court Sentences Gadhafi’s Son to Death9

Console Makers Continue to Face Hurdles in China11

Not an Introvert, Not an Extrovert? You May Be An Ambivert25

Need Practice? Send for Robo-Car 26


WhenThings Get Real onTV, Music Pays Well27


Mad Tax Fury Road12

Mental Block in Brussels12

Beijing’s Crash Lessons12

The Threat That Could Save the Euro13

Message From Battleground Ukraine13

China’s Market-Intervention Folly14

The Syria Sham and the Iran Deal14

Business and Finance

BP Posts Loss on Low Oil Prices, Charge15

German, Italian Firms Plan Cement Deal15

U.S. Drives Ford Profit Up 44% 15

Orange Upbeat as Sales Drop16

GKN Bets on Aerospace With Fokker Deal16

LVMH Says Its Revenue Gained 23% On Soft Euro 16

U.S. Judge Reduces Jeep-Fire Damages17

GM, SAIC to Cooperate On New Low-Cost Cars17

Microsoft Opens New Window18

At Baidu, Jump in Spending Takes Toll18

Intel, Micro Claim New Breed of Chip18

In India, a GIFT by Modi Is Waiting to Be Opened19

Small Chinese Cities Miss Housing Rebound 19

Hedge Fund Finds Itself on Losing End20

China’s Swoon Curbs Enthusiasm for Tech Startups21

Stocks Find Solace In Profit Reports22

Statoil’s Net Fell 16% in Quarter22


Pfizer’s Dollar Dilemma Builds Pressure for Deal28

Baidu’s Reinvention Leaves Its Investors Searching for Profits28

BP Needs To Drill Business For Cash28

Zurich Weighs a Gamble28

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