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Tech Firms Curry Favor In Brussels1

Hungary Struggles to Control Tide Of Migrants1

As Market Bets Abound, Where Are the Banks?1

What’s News—2

For Russia, Oil Collapse Has Soviet Union Echoes2

Chinese Navy Ships Spotted in Bering Sea3

Beijing Touts Pricey Weaponry 3

China’s Devaluation Bolsters Its Influence at IMF3

Austria Struggles With Identifying Corpses4

Tsipras Moves Greece Past Austerity Debate5

Game On: Bush Takes Fight Directly to Trump5

Earth Has Far More Trees Than Thought, New Count Shows6

Obama Wins Support Needed for Iran Deal6

Australia’s Economy Slowed Sharply in 2nd Quarter7

Commodity Reliance Humbles Canada7

Egypt’s Gas Find Troubles Israelis8

Masked Gunmen Seize Turkish Workers in Iraq8

Israel May Give Soldiers More Leeway to Fire at Stone-Throwers8

Conglomerate Honeywell Finds Love Amid Breakups10

An Ironman Trains With Friends25

heard on the pitch26

Future Looks Brighter for India26

The Great Divide Where Two Oceans Meet27


Oil Export Momentum12

Putin Is Winning the Ukraine Cease-Fire12

The No-Growth U.S. Presidential Campaign12

The Real Arctic Threat13

U.S. Regulators Impose Netflix’s Broadband Policy13

The Cost of a New Life in Europe14

Maestro of the Masai14

Business and Finance

U.S. Flow of Natural Gas To Hold Down Prices15

Huawei Chips Away at Samsung15

Tesco Closes In on Sale of Korean Unit15

Intel Bets on New Chips to Revive Computer Sales16

IRobot Politely Fends Off Activist Investor16

Vivendi Net Climbs 32% On Sale of Brazil Unit18

McDonald’s Retools to Egg-cel MENU18

Rebekah Brooks Returns to News Corp18

Elves, Ninjas, Currency, Power Lego Earnings18

U.S. Lowers Count for Flawed Air Bags19

Volkswagen Extends Contract of Its CEO19

India Backs Off Tax On Foreign Investors20

Shell’s BG Takeover Is Cleared in Europe20

Deutsche Hints at Reducing China Stake21

Volatility Spurs Debate: Humans vs. Machines22

U.S. Stocks Gain As Jobs Take Stage 22

Small U.K. Banks Travel Lightly28

Car Market’s Slowdown In China Punishes Dealers28

Glencore Is Forced to Make a Tough Trade28


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