Spy Software Gets a Second Life on Wall Street

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A wave of companies with ties to the intelligence community is winning over the world of finance.

Global Banks May Lose Their Asia Stock-Trading Lift

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Global investment banks got a second-quarter revenue boost from a surge in Asian stock trading. But given China’s market volatility and stock declines in some other countries, those revenue gains may be hard to replicate.

Asian Stocks Decline as Investors Await Chinese Manufacturing Data

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Asia shares dropped Monday amid jitters about upcoming Chinese manufacturing data and the continued declines in commodity prices.

Power-Plant Regulations to Alter, Challenge Industry

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The first-ever federal limits on power-plant carbon emissions aim to change the way Americans make and consume electricity and ease climate change.

Aer Lingus's Margin Challenge for British Airways Parent

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Half-year results at International Consolidated Airlines and Aer Lingus point to a widening gap in profitability ahead of their deal.

Tesla Presses Its Case on Fuel Standards

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Tesla is preparing to make a public case this week for leaving mileage and emissions regulations intact, or making them even more stringent.

Countdown to Rate 'Liftoff' Could Be Disrupted

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If the Fed has last-minute doubts about raising rates, then Monday’s ISM manufacturing report could provide clarity.

'Mission: Impossible' Speeds to No. 1

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“Mission: Impossible—Rogue Nation” opened in first place at the box office with an estimated $56 million, a terrific boost for the spy series and its star, Tom Cruise. Audiences, however, didn’t go with “Vacation,” the latest National Lampoon installment.

Texas Attorney General Faces Charges

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Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has been indicted by a county grand jury on felony charges that he committed securities fraud and failed to register with securities regulators, people familiar with the matter said.

Former FAA Consultant Claims Agency Failed to Act on SpaceShip Two Warnings

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FAA officials repeatedly failed to act on safety warnings about an experimental rocket ship backed by billionaire British entrepreneur Richard Branson that crashed in 2014, according to a former agency consultant.

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