Germany's Power Polarizes Europe

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The Continent’s most powerful country is grappling with its leadership role—and other nations are, too.

China Shares Fall Amid Doubts Over Beijing's Rescue

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China’s stocks fell Tuesday, casting doubt on the potency of Beijing’s aggressive rescue efforts, while investors elsewhere in Asia appear to shrug off concerns over Greece’s debt situation.

Hero4 Session Review: GoPro Shrinks the Camera Again

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The new Hero4 Session isn’t GoPro’s best-quality camera. But its simplicity and size—about that of an ice cube—make it hard to beat, writes Geoffrey A. Fowler.

Muted Response to Greece Reflects Change in Markets

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Financial markets’ quiet response to the latest Greek crisis shows how much things have changed since worries about Greek debt helped disrupt global markets in 2011 and 2012.

Greece, Creditors Scramble for Fix to Crisis

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Greece faces its European creditors at an impromptu summit of eurozone leaders Tuesday as both sides are working to find a way to keep the country afloat after its emphatic rejection of tough bailout terms.

German Media Giants in Tie-Up Talks

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German broadcaster ProSiebenSat.1 and publishing company Axel Springer are in talks to merge in a transaction that would shake up the media market, people familiar with the matter said.

Commodities Skid on China's Stock Rout

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Commodities suffered their worst day in seven months as a steep selloff in China’s stock market magnified investor fears about weaker demand from one of the world’s largest consumers of raw materials.

Crude Struggles to Recover

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Crude-oil futures were marginally higher in Asian trade, struggling to recover from steep overnight declines on multiple bearish factors ranging from progress in the Iranian nuclear talks to oversupply.

How Chinese Stocks Fell to Earth: 'My Hairdresser Said It Was a Bull Market'

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After Chinese shares hit a seven-year high in June, new investors opened millions of brokerage accounts to play the rally. Many now face big losses despite Beijing’s battle to stem a stock selloff.

Fiat Scion's Strategy Toward GM: Patience

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John Elkann, chairman of Fiat Chrysler and scion of Italy’s Agnelli family, said in an interview that he isn’t giving up on a partnership with General Motors, arguing the auto industry will have to consolidate.

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