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Markets Test China’s Vow To Ease Grip1

Inside SoftBank’s Bid to Fix Sprint1

Greece Faces Recession For Two Years, EU Says1

What’s News—2

Beyond the Internet, Innovation Struggles2

Weak Economic Data Fuel Yuan Decision 3

Syriza Has Shredded All Its Red Lines4

Migrants Protest Death Of Senegalese Man in Spain4

Clinton Ex-Fundraiser Says ‘I Was Greedy’5

Sagging Productivity Rate Challenges U.S. Economy5

Bush and Clinton Keep Their Jabs to Each Other6

Trump Is Frugal With Campaign Cash6

Rosetta Craft to Witness Comet Changes8

Indonesia’s Leader Shakes Up His Cabinet as Economy Slows8

Affiliate of Islamic State Claims Egypt Execution9

Iran Brokers Truces in 3 Syrian Towns9

Buying a Computer? Get a Desktop25

A Rough Road for Cycling’s Clean Team26

‘Wimpy Kid’ Is the New Latin Classic27


Mine Busters at the EPA12

Greek Bailout 3.012

Europe’s Ayatollah Gold Rush12

Europe’s Latest Export: Internet Censorship13

A Partisan Voice of America13

Amplify the Oil Boom By Liberating U.S. Exports14

In a U.S. Election Year, Let’s Agonize Over CEO Pay14

Business and Finance

Pearson Sells Its Stake in the Economist15

Now Atop Google, a Low-Key Executive15

Reality Hits Alibaba’s Results 15

Airbus, Safran Win Rocket Pact In Europe16

India Sues Nestlé Over Recalled Noodles17

Spanish Retailer Faces Fight Over Qatari Deal17

Smithfield Foods Takes Hit From Dollar, Low Pork Prices 17

Kraft Heinz Is Cutting 5% Of Workforce Post-Merger17

MSNBC’s Reboot: More News, Less ‘Leaning’18

Tencent Net Up 25% As Sales Gains Slow 18

Retailers Take Cues From Online19

Macy’s Cuts Sales View; Real Estate Is Studied19

FIS to Acquire SunGard for $5.1 Billion19

U.S. Steelmakers Push Effort Against Imports20

HKEx Profit Jumps On Trading Surge20

U.S. Farms Lack Help, Crimping Production 20

IEA Sees Oil Demand Growing Into 2016 21

E.ON Posts Higher Net On Lower Tax Rate 21

Chile Mines Turn to Renewable Energy21

Goldman Will Share Its ‘Secret Sauce’ on Trade22

Markets Take Hit, But U.S. Rebounds22

Downstream Oil View Lacks Refinement28

Alibaba Mania Continues to Fade28

Economic Weight Means Strict Bank Rules in U.K.28


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