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  1. DealBook: Lloyds Bank to Pay Nearly $370 Million to Resolve Libor Investigations

    The British lender is the latest big bank to reach a deal to settle accusations that its employees conspired to manipulate benchmark interest rates.

  2. DealBook: Dollar Tree to Buy Family Dollar for $8.5 Billion

    The deal comes amid pressure on Family Dollar by the activist investor Carl C. Icahn, who urged the company last month to explore a sale of itself.

  3. Microsoft Offices in China Are Targets of Authorities’ Visits

    An agency that enforces antimonopoly laws visited company offices in four cities, as the country more closely scrutinizes multinational companies.

  4. German Group Sues to Block European Banking Union

    The suit asserts the union, aimed at prevent banking crises, is illegal because it would make Germans liable for bank failures in other countries.

  5. DealBook: Zillow to Acquire Trulia for $3.5 Billion

    The deal will create a giant repository of online listings for real estate and home values.

  6. DealBook: Virgin America Files for I.P.O.

    Virgin America, the sleek low-cost American airline partly owned by Richard Branson, filed for an initial public offering on Monday.

  7. Wall Street Turns Toward Positive Territory

    Weak data on the housing market and services sector had sent markets down for most of the day.

  8. Econoclast: Stocks Overvalued? Not So Fast

    In many ways, the new highs hit on Wall Street seem a reasonable response to an economic recovery.

  9. DealBook: Maker of Clearasil to Spin Off Pharmaceutical Business

    The spinoff would allow Reckitt Benckiser, the maker of Clearasil acne medication and Lysol cleaning products, to focus on its core consumer health and hygiene businesses.

  10. DealBook: Mothercare Focuses on Turnaround After Destination Maternity Drops Bid

    The British company Mothercare had rebuffed two nonbinding offers from Destination Maternity, the American operator of A Pea in the Pod and Motherhood Maternity stores.