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Disarray Is Prominent In Chinese Stock Rout1

German Minister Fires Prosecutor Over Probe 1

Calais Crisis Hobbles Businesses1

Shire Offers $30.6 Billion For Biotech1

What’s News—2

Unhappy Voters Shuffle U.S. Presidential Race2

No Banks, but Private Loans Flourish in North Korea3

Brazil Fraud Scandal Goes to the Museum 3

In Drought, Even Fire Crews Conserve Water5

Republican Candidates Keep It Civil at Forum5

Yemen’s Houthi Rebels Face Financial Crisis7

Turkey, U.S. Agree to Keep Kurds Out of Safe Zone7

Hanging of Pakistani Man Sparks Advocates’ Outcry 8

Asean Urged on Security Issues8

Australia to Hasten Naval Fleet Buildup 8

Citadel Is Back and in No Mood to Be Cautious 12

Mother Nature Rules This Canada Holiday29

These Ashes Are Full of Surprises30


Journal Report

Jenny Lee, Mike McNamara Assess Innovation in China9

Asia Takes Center Stage With Technology9

Hugo Barra Outlines Xiaomi’s Ambitious Plans10

Kai-Fu Lee on the State of Chinese Entrepreneurship 11

Nikesh Arora Surveys the Asian Investment Landscape11


Behind Europe’s Refugee Crisis14

Obama’s Climate-Change Putsch14

No Military Site Inspections?14

The U.S. Digs Itself Into a Hole on Vital Minerals15

The West’s Failure of Imagination15

Thank God for the Atom Bomb16

Obama’s Successful Foreign Policy16

Business and Finance

U.K. Prosecutors Planning To File More Libor Charges17

Oil Firms Scrape to Live With $50 Crude17

Seizure of Fund Shows Risks17

BMW Hit by Costs, Competition18

Corrections & Amplifications18

Suzuki Vows To Lift Value After Loeb Takes Stake18

Record Profit at Toyota Is Fueled by Yen18

Tech Giants Are Racing To Predict Users’ Needs19

Alibaba Names President To Lead Global Expansion19

Cool Climate for China Brokerage IPOs? 20

Solar Fight Hits Home As Arizona Sets Rules 21

Supersize Cargo Bypasses Smaller Ports22

Google-Style Office Perks Are Going Mainstream22

Government Sells 5.4% Stake in RBS23

Agricole’s Shares Sink As Overhaul Hits Snag 23

Axel Springer’s Profit Slips as Revenue Rises23

Billionaire’s Plans Become a Quagmire24

Copper Retreat Chills Real Estate in Chile24

Iraqi Kurdistan Vows It WillPay Oil Firms25

Energy Debt Stings Investors as Oil Falls25

European Stocks Feel Earnings Drag26


Ctrip, Tencent Take eLong Journey31

At Regeneron, A Bird in Hand31

BMW Isn’t Priced To Move31

Shire’s Test With Baxalta31

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