Apple Music Is Here, but Is Streaming Right for You?

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Personal Tech: Geoffrey A. Fowler examines how all-you-can-eat subscriptions Apple and Spotify change your relationship with music—and your wallet.

No Easy Way Forward for Markets

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The stock market has shifted to neutral, and investors don’t expect the rest of 2015 to be a joy ride.

Sony Plans $3.6 Billion Offering

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Sony said it would issue new shares for the first time since 1989, part of a $3.6 billion capital-raising plan that highlighted the potential of its fast-growing sensor business but left some investors nervous.

Sony Asks for Too Much Too Soon

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Sony’s shock capital raising risks the credibility it has built up with investors over the past year.

Eccentric European Hotel Chain Says Hello to Hollywood

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A French boutique hotel brand known for outrageous flourishes is hoping its risqué formula can translate across the Atlantic, starting with the opening of its first U.S. property in Los Angeles.

China Markets Escape Bear Territory

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China’s shares reversed a recent sharp selloff, as investors elsewhere in Asia pushed off concerns about a default in Greece until the outcome of a referendum next Sunday.

OCC Sees Increasing Credit Risk in Banking Sector

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Risk in the U.S. banking sector is increasing because lenders are easing underwriting standards for some auto, business, and commercial real-estate loans, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency said Tuesday.

For Fed to Delay Rate Hikes, Global Tumult Would Need to Infect U.S.

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Central Banks Commentary: A wave of financial turbulence overseas could delay the Federal Reserve’s plans to raise short-term interest rates in the months ahead, but only if it ends up knocking the U.S. economy off track.

Greece Asks for New Bailout

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Greece requested a new bailout amid a last-minute diplomatic push before the country’s current rescue deal expires and it defaults on a payment to the International Monetary Fund.

Consumer Confidence Jumps in June

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Consumers feel much better about the economy and labor markets in June, according to the Conference Board research group.

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