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In China, Who Wins, Who Loses?1

Schlumberger Deal Adds To Energy Consolidation1

Dow Charges to a 619-Point Gain1

What’s News—2

For Emerging Markets, 2015 Isn’t Replay of 1997 2

Egypt in Talks to Buy French Warships3

At German Port, China Trade Turns Into Risk4

Report Questions Dealings Of Firm Led by British Lord4

Backlash Against Migrants Tests Merkel5

Hungary Considers Sending Army to Border5

Party Disunity Challenges Greek Leader 5

Swedish Coast Guard Finds 50 Dead in Migrants’ Boat Off Libyan Coast 5

Ben Carson Quietly Builds Support Among Republicans6

More Are Expected to Seek Jobs6

Sharp Decline Forecast for Farm Income 6

Housing, Consumers Showing Strength7

Two Shot to Death During Live TV Show7

Assad Tries to Keep up Facade Of Normalcy8

Australian Military Looks to Deepen U.S. Alliance8

North Korean Defectors Offer Insights9

India Deploys Forces to End Deadly Caste Protests9

Adjusting to China’s ‘New Normal’10

Central Bankers to Confront Latest Mess 11

New Tools for Airing Gripes at Work25


Once Dominant, Now Sneaky Good26

Pope Memorabilia Gets Really Cheesy27


More Minimum-Wage Backfires12

Kerry’s Invisible Bridge12

Britain’s Labour Meltdown12

America Falls Behind Russia in the Arctic Oil Race13

Getting Italy’s ‘Demolition Man’ Going Again13

Sixty Years? Must Be Some Kind of World Record14

Let Tim Cook Speak (About Business)14

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‘Angry Birds’ Maker Cuts Back15

Paddy Power and Betfair Agree to Gambling Merger15

Monsanto Abandons Bid for Syngenta15

Chinese Oil Firms Post Lower Profits16

China’s Thirst for Oil Can’t Lift Prices 16

Tumult Highlights Flaws in Markets18

WPP Flags China as Concern18

Boeing: Jet Demand Buoyant in China19

Boeing Fights Lawsuit Over Retirement Plan19

As Yuan Falls, Dim Sum Debt Cools Off21

China Parade Rains on Iron-Ore Market21

Hot London Housing ‘Will Definitely Suffer’22

Schlumberger’s New Companion28

Betfair Is Dealt a Winning Hand28

China Makes Bearish Case for Oil28

Pain Awaits Europe Banks28


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