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  1. DealBook: U.S. Strengths Buoy Consumers but Hurt Corporations With Business Abroad

    A growing number of big American multinational companies have begun to suffer from lower oil prices and a strong dollar.

  2. Apple’s China Strategy Pays Off With Surge in Earnings

    The introduction of a large-screen iPhone in China helped propel Apple’s profit to $18 billion and its revenue to nearly $75 billion.

  3. DealBook: In DuPont Fight, Activist Investor Picks a Strong Target

    Nelson Peltz’s hedge fund is calling for a breakup of DuPont in a battle that could spur a bigger debate about shareholder activism.

  4. Yahoo to Spin Off Its Stake in Alibaba

    Shedding its 15 percent stake in the Chinese e-commerce site turns the spotlight to Yahoo’s plans to revamp its core Internet advertising business.

  5. Greece’s New Left-Wing Cabinet Signals Willingness to Confront E.U. Over Policies

    Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’s new cabinet includes Yanis Varoufakis, an economist who has called the eurozone austerity policy “fiscal waterboarding.”

  6. As Visit Ends, Obama Presses India on Human Rights and Climate Change

    President Obama pressed India on Tuesday to do more to curb emissions, as he wrapped up a trip that failed to achieve a meaningful breakthrough on the issue.

  7. Aer Lingus Deal Could Spur Airline Consolidation in Europe

    As Ireland’s flagship carrier recommends its sale to the parent of British Airways, analysts raise hopes for other mergers in a fragmented market.

  8. Strategies: The Strong Dollar Is Always Good, Except When It Isn’t

    A weaker dollar was a reason for the relative health of the American economy, and a stronger currency could reverse some of the progress the nation has made.

  9. Everyday Economics: How 2014’s Huge Market Moves Are Affecting the Economy in 2015

    For every American enjoying a cheaper tank of gas or a more affordable mortgage, there are major employers wrestling with lower earnings abroad.

  10. DealBook: Investment Riches Built on Subprime Auto Loans to Poor

    A booming business in lending to poor people with bad credit who need cars to get to work is as much about Wall Street’s demand for high returns as it is about used vehicles.