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Google Rebuffs European Union on Antitrust Charges

Google rebuffed the European Union’s demand that it change the way it ranks online comparison-shopping services in its search results, setting up a potentially drawn-out legal battle.

GDP Numbers Reveal Momentum Underlying U.S. Economy

Consumer, business and government spending helped propel better-than-expected U.S. growth in the second quarter. 404

U.S. Stocks Rally Amid Recovery in Global Markets

U.S. stocks charged higher for a second straight session amid signs of strong domestic growth and a rally in Asia and Europe, marking the latest big move in a tumultuous week for global markets.

Austrian Police Find Up to 50 Migrants Dead

Europe’s migrant crisis took a deadly turn deep in the continent with the discovery in Austria of a truck containing up to 50 decomposing corpses.

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Jihadi Trails: Paths to Syria and Iraq

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Ukraine Secures Debt-Relief Deal

Ukraine’s government secured a vital debt-relief deal, the country’s finance ministry said, a key step toward unlocking billions of dollars in emergency financing.

China’s Turbulence Exposes Risks to Europe’s Growth

The Eurozone’s heavy reliance on exports leaves the region vulnerable as emerging markets stumble.

Greece Closer to Formal Election Call

Greece on Thursday named Vassiliki Thanou Christopoulou, head of the country’s Supreme Court, as interim prime minister, with the task of leading the country to an election.

Anger Over Garbage in Lebanon Blossoms into Demands for Reform

Calls for political reform, however, collide with country’s entrenched, sectarian-based political system.

NATO Chief Opens Joint Training Base in Georgia

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Militants Kill Two Senior Iraqi Army Commanders

Islamic State killed two senior Iraqi army commanders, officials and state media said, continuing the extremist group’s tactic of targeting military leaders to deplete morale among fighters.

Winners and Losers in China’s Upheaval

China’s economic slowdown is shaking multinationals that do business there, but the effect is uneven. Major infrastructure firms are hurting, while consumer-based companies are faring better.

Amazon Curtails Development of Consumer Devices

Amazon is scaling back its efforts to develop consumer devices, laying off dozens of engineers at its secretive Lab126 hardware-development center and trimming or halting other projects.

Bouygues Gains Don’t Equal French Telecoms Revival

Bouygues is expanding its customer base, but top-line growth still proves elusive.

Apple Announces Sept. 9 Event

Apple Thursday announced an invite-only event in San Francisco on Sept. 9, likely to unveil new iPhone models.

Funds Still Struggle to Set Prices Amid Computer Woes

Computer problems plagued the U.S. asset-management industry for a fourth day, causing hundreds of mutual and ETFs to miscalculate the value of fund assets.

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Apple spendiert seinen MacBooks ein Update und senkt die Preise

Apple hat vor wenigen Minuten bekanntgegeben, die Preise für seine MacBook-Reihe zum Teil deutlich zu senken. Gleichzeitig spendierte das US-Unternehmen den Notebooks schnellere Prozessoren. Das MacBook Pro mit 13 Zoll-Retina-Display gibt es mit 128 Gigabyte Speicher ab sofort für 1.499 Euro. Mit schnellerem 2,6 GHz-Prozessor und 256 Gigabyte Speicherplatz kostet es 1.699 Euro. Das ist ein Nachlass von 250 bzw. 350 Euro.

Beim größeren Modell, dem MacBook Pro mit 15 Zoll-Retina-Display sind die Preise ebenfalls gefallen. Das Modell mit neuem 2,4 GHz Quad-Core-Processor kostet jetzt 2.199 Euro. Das größere Modell mit neuem 2,7 GHz Quad-Core-Prozessor und 16 Gigabyte Arbeitsspeicher wird für 2.799 Euro ausgeliefert – ein Unterschied von 80 bzw. 100 Euro.

Auch beim MacBook Air wurde an der Preisschraube gedreht. Mit 13 Zoll-Bildschirm und 256 Gigabyte Speicher werden ab sofort 1.399 Euro fällig – das sind 150 Euro weniger als zuvor.

Auch die Preise der anderen Modelle wurden im deutschen Online-Store von Apple leicht gesenkt. Bei den MacBooks ohne Retina-Display liegen sie nun zwischen 50 und 80 Euro unter dem vorherigen Preis. Die kleineren MacBook-Air-Varianten gibt es alle 50 Euro billiger.

Alle Geräte sollen ab sofort in den Apple Stores und im Online Store des Unternehmenserhältlich sein.

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Search

Google Rebuffs European Union on Antitrust Charges

Google rebuffed the European Union’s demand that it change the way it ranks online comparison-shopping services in its search results, setting up a potentially drawn-out legal battle.

GDP Numbers Reveal Momentum Underlying U.S. Economy

Consumer, business and government spending helped propel better-than-expected U.S. growth in the second quarter. 426

U.S. Stocks Rally Amid Recovery in Global Markets

Stocks soared for the second day in a row, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average erasing its losses for the week, as renewed optimism about the U.S. economy eased concerns about the pace of global growth.

Austrian Police Find Up to 50 Migrants Dead

Europe’s migrant crisis took a deadly turn deep in the continent with the discovery in Austria of a truck containing up to 50 decomposing corpses.

In Depth

Jihadi Trails: Paths to Syria and Iraq

More than 20,000 foreigners from across the globe are fighting in Syria and Iraq and many come to fight with Islamic State. We chronicle the global scope of their recruitment efforts via the lives and journeys of 10 men and women who traveled to the war zone.

Ukraine Secures Debt-Relief Deal

Ukraine’s government secured a vital debt-relief deal, the country’s finance ministry said, a key step toward unlocking billions of dollars in emergency financing.

China’s Turbulence Exposes Risks to Europe’s Growth

The Eurozone’s heavy reliance on exports leaves the region vulnerable as emerging markets stumble.

Greece Closer to Formal Election Call

Greece on Thursday named Vassiliki Thanou Christopoulou, head of the country’s Supreme Court, as interim prime minister, with the task of leading the country to an election.

Anger Over Garbage in Lebanon Blossoms into Demands for Reform

Calls for political reform, however, collide with country’s entrenched, sectarian-based political system.

NATO Chief Opens Joint Training Base in Georgia

NATO’s secretary-general opened a new joint training base in Georgia, promising the country could count on its western allies.

The Katrina Diaspora, 10 Years Later

Katrina uprooted tens of thousands of people, scattering them across 45 states, and they settled permanently in new cities such as Atlanta, Houston and San Antonio.

Militants Kill Two Senior Iraqi Army Commanders

Islamic State killed two senior Iraqi army commanders, officials and state media said, continuing the extremist group’s tactic of targeting military leaders to deplete morale among fighters.

Winners and Losers in China’s Upheaval

China’s economic slowdown is shaking multinationals that do business there, but the effect is uneven. Major infrastructure firms are hurting, while consumer-based companies are faring better.

Amazon Curtails Development of Consumer Devices

Amazon is scaling back its efforts to develop consumer devices, laying off dozens of engineers at its secretive Lab126 hardware-development center and trimming or halting other projects.

Bouygues Gains Don’t Equal French Telecoms Revival

Bouygues is expanding its customer base, but top-line growth still proves elusive.

Apple Announces Sept. 9 Event

Apple Thursday announced an invite-only event in San Francisco on Sept. 9, likely to unveil new iPhone models.

Bank Scrambles to Price Funds After Glitch

Computer problems plagued the U.S. asset-management industry for a fourth day, causing hundreds of mutual and ETFs to miscalculate the value of fund assets.

5 Days That Taught Investors All They Need to Know

A Wall Street veteran tells us it took just five days for him to learn all he needed to know about investing. The problem is, they've happened over the past 15 years.

Heard on the Street

Standard Chartered’s Puzzling Currency Questions

Asian currencies are the new threat to the emerging markets lender.

Margin Calls Bite Investors, Banks

Loans backed by investment portfolios have become a booming business for Wall Street brokerages. Now the bill is coming due—for both the banks and their clients. 57

Adventure & Travel

Berlin’s Waterfront Heats Up for Travelers

The capital’s long-overlooked riverbanks are now party central, lined with hot hotels and bars—and a beach with a view of Angela Merkel.

At My Vanity

A Hair Stylist’s Secrets for Beauty, the French Way

Celebrity hairdresser Vinz, who has tended to the tresses of everyone from Kirsten Dunst to Caroline de Maigret, shares his top tips for glowing skin and ending bad hair days forever.

Music

Foals’ ‘What Went Down’ Is a Visceral Confessional

Yannis Philippakis, the lead singer whose energetic stage presence and novelistic lyrics have made Foals one of British rock’s most compelling propositions, talks about the band’s fourth album.

Eating & Drinking

Champion of Breakfasts: What’s the Winning Egg Sandwich Recipe?

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Video

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3:36

Up to 50 Migrants Found Dead in Truck in Austria

0:32

Colorado Theater Killer Sentenced to Life in Jail

1:22