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Netflix Loses Nearly 1 Million Subscribers, Vows Rebound – The streaming giant suffered two consecutive quarters of subscriber losses for the first time in its history and said some key steps it is taking to boost revenue and subscriber growth wouldn’t happen until next year. A1

What’s News: Business & Finance A1

Ukraine Faces Difficulties Getting Western Weapons to Front Lines A1

One Hedge Fund Is Up 223% This Year Thanks to a Big Bet Against Tech Stocks A1

What’s News: World-Wide A1

Twitter-Musk Trial Set for October in Lawsuit Over Stalled $44 Billion Takeover A1

Hold the Ketchup: Steelers Fans Flip Over Heinz Stadium Name Change A1

Broke Colleges Resort to Mergers for Survival A1

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CFPB to Push Banks to Cover More Payment-Services Scams – The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has reported an uptick in complaints related to Zelle, but banks warn that heightened regulations could hurt the economy. A2

Netflix Locked Out Advertisers for Years, but Now Brands Have Big Plans A2

Corrections & Amplifications A2

CDC Recommends Novavax’s Covid Vaccine for Adults 18 and Older A3

U.S. Disrupts North Korean Ransomware Campaign Against Hospitals A3

Higher Overdose Rates Among Blacks, Native Americans Reflect Treatment Disparities, CDC Says A3

Secret Service Records Provided to Jan. 6 Committee Include No New Texts A3

Home Building Slipped in June for Second Straight Month A3

Big Tech Antitrust Bill Backers Push for Vote A4

Senate Votes 64-34 to Advance Chips Bill A4

House Passes Bill to Protect Same-Sex and Interracial Marriages A4

Maryland Primary Elections to Set Up Tight Battle for Governor A4


U.S. Himars Help to Hold Off Russian Advance, Ukraine Says – Along with other heavy weapons systems from NATO members in recent weeks, Himars have enabled Ukraine to strike Russian bases far behind the front lines, including ammunition and fuel depots. A7

French Government Offers $9.8 Billion to Nationalize Power Giant EDF A7

Putin’s Trip to Tehran Aims to Boost Ties With Iran, Turkey A8

Vital Russian Gas Supplies to Europe Aren’t Expected to Restart, Says European Commission A8

Janet Yellen Calls for Trade Overhaul to Diversify From China A8

Blinken to Highlight Ukraine War in Push for Supply-Chain Cooperation A8

WHO Rushed In New Security Steps After 2020 Cyberattack A9

Heat Wave in Britain Sends Temperatures Above 104 Degrees Fahrenheit A9

Rishi Sunak Close to Clinching Spot in Runoff for U.K. Prime Minister A9


More Airlines Are Losing Luggage. AirTags and Tile Trackers Can Help. – As the global airline industry struggles to meet surging demand, people are taking luggage tracking into their own hands. A11

People Have Money, but They’re Forgetting to Pay Bills A11

As BA.5 Spreads, How Long Will a Prior Covid-19 Infection Protect You? A12

The Surprising Shoe That Is Overtaking Sneakers A12

‘The Last Movie Stars’ Review: Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward–Hollywood’s Power Couple of the Past A13

‘Thomas Cole’s Studio: Memory and Inspiration’ Review: What Might Have Been A13

The Triple Double Is Finally Arriving in the WNBA A14

Inside the Legal Battle for Golf’s Future A14


Germany’s Energy Crisis and Surrender – Putin won’t shut off the country’s supply of gas because he already has what he wants. A15

Some Risks Are Worth Taking for Ukraine A15

Hydrogen Power Isn’t as Green as It Looks A15

‘Women in George Washington’s World’ Review: How Women Saw Washington A15

The ‘Beast Mode’ Presidency? A16

Who Wants to Be a Seattle Cop? A16

Elisjsha Dicken Stops a Mass Shooting A16

Has Anyone in Washington Run a Business? A16

Bill Nye: Walk a Kilometer in My Shoes and Go Metric A16

Blockchain by the Pool in Business-Friendly Miami A16

Secularism Is Not America’s State Religion A16

Berkeley Law Meets the U.S. Senate A16

Police Have Their Hands Tied. What Does Noonan Expect? A16

Biden’s ESG Tax on Your Retirement Fund A17

The Only Thing That Can Re-Elect Joe Biden Is Donald Trump A17

When the Chips Are Down, Congress Should Support the Semiconductor Industry A17


Dow Jumps 750 Points as Investors Take Hope From Earnings Reports – The Dow industrials rose more than 700 points as investors reviewed a fresh batch of earnings for insight into the state of the economy. B1

Hasbro Stocks Up on Toys Ahead of Holiday Season B1

Amazon Sues Administrators of More Than 10,000 Facebook Groups Over Fake Reviews B1

Juul Rival NJOY Hires Bankers for Possible Sale B1

Chinese Regulator to Fine Didi More Than $1 Billion Over Data-Security Breaches B1

Strong Dollar Fuels Pullback in Commodity Markets B1

Manolo Blahnik Says It Won a 22-Year Legal Fight Over Its Name in China B2

Apple to Pay $50 Million Settlement Over MacBook Butterfly Keyboard Lawsuit B2

Simon & Schuster Publisher Dana Canedy Steps Down B2

VW America Chief Scott Keogh to Head New Scout Brand B2

Johnson & Johnson Trims Full-Year Guidance on Stronger Dollar B3

Boeing Sells Five 787 Dreamliners to Aircraft Lessor in Air Show Boost B3

Lockheed Martin Says Supply Chain Challenges Weigh on Defense Sales B3

Facebook Shifts Resources From News to Focus on Creator Economy B4

Amazon Is Under Investigation by Federal Authorities for Workplace Safety B4

Cyber Companies and Universities Are Building ‘Cyber Talent Hub’ B5

Manhattan’s Private Clubs Offer a New Social Lifeline to Remote Workers B6

Office Developers Flock to Miami Beach, Creating a New Skyline by the Ocean B6

Silversmith Backs Aviation Researcher JetNet B6

Private-Equity Firm Veritas in Exclusive Talks to Buy NCR B10

Ardian Attracts About $10 Billion So Far for New Secondary Fund B10

Jefferies Is Shedding Last Big Holdings From Conglomerate Leucadia National B10

U.K. Plans Regulation Revamp to Boost London as Financial Center B11

Crypto Layoffs Hit Risk and Compliance Staff at Big Exchanges B11

Cathie Wood’s ARK to Close Transparency ETF B11

Big Tech’s Margin for Error Has Shrunk B12

Philip Morris Can Use Tobacco Taboo to Its Advantage B12

India’s Education-Tech Bubble Goes Pop B12

Grubhub’s Rivals Won’t Get Eaten by Prime Partnership B12




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