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Global Stocks Regain Footing

Global stock markets steadied after heavy declines, as Chinese shares bounced back from intraday lows in another roller coaster session.

Tsipras Races to Secure Bailout

Talks on a new bailout program between Greece and its creditors will start on Tuesday, almost a week later than planned.

Rising Costs Strike at German Competitiveness

Spiraling German labor costs are starting to undermine the country’s famed competitiveness, threatening to hurt economic growth and investment in Europe’s largest economy.

U.K. Economy Steps Up a Gear

Data on British economy lifts growth prospects but raises question of how much longer interest rates can be pegged at record lows.

BP Posts $6 Billion Loss

BP swung to a loss in the second quarter, as earnings were hit by lower oil prices and a multibillion-dollar charge relating to its recent Deepwater Horizon settlement.

Turkey Riles U.S. Ally in Fight Against Jihadists

Kurdish fighters who are allied with Washington accused Turkey of shelling their positions in Syria, a sign of the difficulties Ankara and the U.S. face as they boost cooperation to fight Islamic State militants.

Zurich Insurance Weighs RSA Bid

Zurich Insurance said it might try to buy U.K.-based RSA Insurance in a deal that could be valued at more than $8 billion.

Clock Is Ticking for Time Inc. CEO

Aggressive push in online video, ‘native’ ads and ‘big data’ are at the center of Joe Ripp’s strategy to save the company Henry Luce built.

Honeywell Pays $5.1 Billion for German-Based Elster

Honeywell has agreed to buy German-based energy and water business Elster Group from the U.K.’s Melrose Industries for £3.3 billion ($5.1 billion) in cash.

GKN Ups Aerospace Stakes With Fokker Buy

GKN has agreed to acquire the Netherland’s historic Fokker Technologies Group as the British engineering company deepens its bet on the aerospace sector.

Orange’s Sales Beat Expectations

Orange said first-half sales fell less than expected, as more customers in France opted for premium offers and the effects of a brutal price war in the country’s mobile market showed signs of easing.

Alstom to Lower Price of Energy Assets in Sale to GE

Alstom said it would lower the price for the sale of most of its energy assets to General Electric, as it seeks to support concessions the two companies are working on to win European Union approval for the deal.

Investors Warned on Carlyle Hedge Fund

Carlyle’s $5 billion hedge-fund firm, Claren Road Asset Management, faces the prospect of withdrawals after an influential consultant advised clients who are invested in Claren Road to pull their money.

Nontrade Concerns Cloud Obama’s Pacific Deal

The administration’s push to clinch a sweeping Pacific trade deal this week faces stiff opposition over concerns—ranging from human trafficking to antigay laws—that have little to do with trade.

Lawyer Emails Put Visa, MasterCard Settlement at Risk

The discovery of a trove of emails between two opposing lawyers is threatening to scuttle the $6 billion class-action antitrust settlement.

China’s Yuan Pushes Deeper Into Global Financial System

The Chinese yuan is about join the U.S. dollar, the euro, the British pound and Japan’s yen to be used as collateral at the London Metal Exchange.

Russia Seen Reassessing Support for Assad

Russia has led a fresh push for diplomacy to resolve the Syrian conflict in recent months and Syrian opposition leaders say they have detected a shift in Moscow’s long-standing support for President Bashar al-Assad.

Obama Blasts GOP Critics of Iran Deal

President Obama excoriated Republican critics of the nuclear agreement with Iran—particularly the GOP presidential candidates—saying they’re playing “fast and loose” with the facts. 985

Pakistan Says Drone Images Prove Spying by India

Pakistan’s military said that images and other data retrieved from a drone shot down earlier this month prove its assertions that the small aircraft was being used by India to spy in the disputed region of Kashmir.

Attack on Indian Police Station Ends

Indian authorities said they had shot dead three gunmen who mounted a deadly attack on a police station in northern India near the border with Pakistan, bringing an end to an hours-long gunbattle.

Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders and Other Forces Scramble the 2016 Equation

Capital Journal: Washington bureau chief Gerald F. Seib takes a look at the political landscape and sees populists like Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders potentially ushering in fundamental political change. 273

The $500-a-Month Workout Habit

New numbers show just how many will pay extra for fewer choices. Barre, boxing and Bikram yoga make gains over traditional gyms.

High Bar for Patients Seeking New Cholesterol Drugs

Patients looking for alternatives to statins to manage high cholesterol may have to undergo rigorous evaluations before getting a recently approved new option.

Schools Face the Teen Cutting Problem

New school-based classes and programs are intended to help stem a sharp rise in the number of adolescents found to be engaging in self injury, especially cutting.

What’s Your Workout

Exercise at the Office: Finding Time to Make Time

New York restaurateur Shelly Fireman, who oversees Bond 45, Brooklyn Diner, Red Eye Grill and Florian says he keeps on top of things by being in the best shape possible.

Video

What's Behind China's Market Plunge?

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McDonald’s Serves Up High-End Fare

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A Beef Over France's Secret Sauce

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Japan’s Fancy Rice Cookers Score Abroad

Tourists from around Asia are flocking to Japanese electronics shops for cutting-edge $1,000 appliances that boil, steam and store the staple food.

Film

And Don’t Call Me Shirley: 35 Years of ‘Airplane!’

The puns, non-sequiturs, sight gags and smart casting of ‘Airplane!’ create a movie still filled with surreal, anarchic laughs 35 years after its release.