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Fall in Yuan Brings Tide Of Losses1

Wal-Mart Warns It Will Miss Targets1

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Has Beijing Lost Some Of Its Economic Touch?2

Arab League Backs Libya Battle With Islamic State3

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Turkey’s Central Bank Leaves Markets Unconvinced 4

Nazi Horse at German School Draws Fire4

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Walker Lashes Out At Republican Leaders6

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IRS Boosts Estimate of Accounts Hacked7

Federal Labor Panel Sacks Union for College Athletes7

Sri Lankans Back Government in Vote8

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Thailand Police Pursue Bombing Suspect 9

Three Arrested in Deaths Of Bangladesh Bloggers9

Where Job Growth Is Occurring May Surprise11

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America’s Deportation Party?12

Two-Track Europe12

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Universities In the U.S. Tap a China Connection 15

Toshiba Overhauls Its Board; Outlook Cut16

U.S. Hedge Fund Boosts Glencore Stake16

Fonterra Hopes to Milk Yuan Devaluation 18

Snapdeal Is Valued at $5 Billion18

Target, Visa Reach Deal Over 2013 Data Breach18

U.S. Postal Service Tries Hand as Fishmonger, Grocer18

U.S. Issues Arctic Drilling Permit to Royal Dutch Shell18

As Money Leaves China, Central Bank Pours in Cash 19

Office-Sharing Trend Comes to China20

Brazil’s Fasano Comes to Chic Miami Beach Resort20

Copper Prices Dip Below Key $5,000-a-Ton Level21

Stock Moves Muted By China Anxiety22

Capital-Relief Trades a Hot Item for Big Banks22

Carrier’s Cost Cuts Ease Pain Elsewhere28

Overheard28

Housing Builds Rate-Rise Case28

Turkish Lira May Need More Aid28

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