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  1. Nude Photos of Jennifer Lawrence Are Latest Front in Debate on Online Behavior

    Intimate images of stars have quickly saturated parts of the Internet, leading to discussions of privacy and civil liberties.

  2. Building a Robot With Human Touch

    Robots still lack a critical element that will keep them from eclipsing most human capabilities anytime soon: a well-developed sense of touch.

  3. Bits Blog: Uber Service Banned Across Germany by Frankfurt Court

    The injunction will stand until the court holds a hearing later this year. Uber said it would continue to operate in Germany despite the threat of criminal charges and fines.

  4. Asian Stocks Fall as ECB Uncertainty Continues to Pummel Euro

    The dollar jumped to its highest this year against the yen on Tuesday, lifted by strong U.S. economic data, while the euro slipped to a one-year low on speculation the European Central Bank will move toward looser monetary policy later this week.

  5. Publisher of The Washington Post Will Resign

    Katharine Weymouth, the publisher for almost seven years, will be replaced by Frederick J. Ryan Jr., a founder of Politico and a former Reagan administration official.

  6. DealBook: Chinese Company’s Shares Suspended on Critical Report

    Anonymous Analytics, a faction of the hacking group Anonymous, claimed that Tianhe Chemicals overstated its revenue and profit. Tianhe said it would make an announcement “in due course.”

  7. DealBook Column: Public Pension Funds Stay Mum on Corporate Expats

    Public pension funds have major stakes in American companies moving overseas to cut their tax bills. But they are saying little about the strategy, which could hurt the nation’s tax base.

  8. Plan for Thames Estuary Airport Near London Is Rejected by Panel

    Britain’s Airport Commission said the logistical and financial risks of the project were too great and that the city’s future needs could be met by other alternatives.

  9. DealBook: Norwegian Cruise Line to Buy Prestige Cruises for $3 Billion

    The deal will bolster Norwegian Cruise Line’s ability to compete in the high-end part of the ocean cruise market by giving it control of Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises.

  10. DealBook: Telecom Italia Delays Sale of Stake in Argentine Business

    The deadline to sell a controlling stake in Telecom Argentina to Fintech Advisory has been extended to Sept. 25 while the companies await regulatory approval.