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Nepal Rescuers Struggle to Reach Quake Victims

As the third day of search-and-rescue operations began, Nepal’s government tried to speed supplies to people left homeless by Saturday’s earthquake.

Deutsche Bank to Trim Investment Banking

Deutsche Bank aims to close profitability and capital adequacy gap between itself and rivals.

Fitch Downgrades Japan Over Fiscal Concerns

Fitch downgrades Japan’s credit rating, highlighting the challenges Prime Minister Shinzo Abe faces in trying to stoke growth and rein in public debt.

Some in Europe Suggest ‘Plan B’ in Greek Crisis

The suggestion by some officials reflects the extent to which many of the eurozone’s decision makers no longer believe a deal on new bailout aid for Athens can be sealed before the old one expires.

At VW, a Game of Thrones as Patriarch Quits

Ferdinand Piech’s exit as chairman of Volkswagen resolves a boardroom battle, but uncertainty isn’t over for the automotive giant.

Applied Materials, Tokyo Electron Pull Plug on Merger Plan

A multibillion-dollar merger that would have created one of the world’s largest makers of semiconductor equipment collapses over antitrust approval.

Israel Says It Carried Out Airstrike on Syrian Border

Israel said it launched an airstrike on its border with Syria late Sunday, an attack that threatens to fuel tensions in a contested area.

How History Haunts Shinzo Abe’s Vision for Japan

When Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visits Washington, he must sell Americans on his vision of a newly vibrant Japan while quelling doubts about his views on World War II.

U.S. Kept Looser Rules for Drones in Pakistan

President Obama tightened rules for the U.S. drone program in 2013, but secretly approved a waiver giving the CIA more flexibility in Pakistan to strike suspected militants.

U.N. Envoy: Yemen Deal Was Close Before Strikes

Yemen’s warring political factions were on the verge of a power-sharing deal when the Saudi air campaign began a month ago.

Italian Towns Protest Burden of Migrants

The government is locked in a battle with towns and regions that are resisting demands from Rome to take in migrants.

EU Presses Ukraine on Reforms

European Union officials met with the Ukrainian president in talks aimed at speeding reforms as fighting around a key town again tested a fragile cease-fire.

Merger Surge Tempts Hedge Funds to Make a Bet

Hedge funds that make money betting on the spread between the share prices of a merger target and its acquirer have suffered from a lack of M&A activity, but current surge, led by the Royal Dutch Shell-BG Group deal, has put wind on their sails.

Pound Buoyant Despite Election Uncertainty

Ahead of one of the least certain elections in recent U.K. history, investors in sterling seem mostly buoyant.

European Stocks Fall on Greece Concerns

European stocks fell after the deadlock in negotiations over unlocking further financial aid for Greece kept markets on edge.

Oil Funds Sound a Warning

Money is pouring out of a popular investment tied to the oil market.

Dr. Koop’s Website Was Tech-Bubble Poster Boy

The rise and fall of consumer health-care website drkoop.com was a favorite debacle of the tech bubble.

Tech

The Week Ahead

Strong iPhone Sales Power Apple’s Encore

Apple on Monday reports quarterly results. The numbers won’t surpass the prior quarter, but analysts expect strong sales of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.

Drug Firms Jack Up Prices

Pharmaceutical companies such as Valeant are buying drugs that they see as undervalued, then raising the prices.

U.K. Says it Would Oppose Foreign Takeover of BP

The U.K. government said it wants BP to remain a British company with global clout.

Capgemini Buys IGATE for $4 Billion

French computer services and technology company Capgemini will buy U.S. peer IGATE for $4 billion.

Video

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Obama's 'Bucket List' at White House Correspondents' Dinner

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Apple Watch: How to Tame the Distractions

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Design & Decorating

Could Japanese Design Be the Cure for Your Tech Addiction?

Sensual, tactile, organic—the new wave of Japanese design is offering Westerners relief from digital overload.

‘Avengers’ Debuts Big Overseas

Marvel’s latest sequel earns $201.2 million ahead of U.S. release; ‘Furious 7’ wins weekend.