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January, 18, 2017

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Turkey's embattled lira on Wednesday took a new pounding on foreign exchange markets as emergency measures announced by the central bank failed to impress markets rattled by terror attacks and political instability.
A powerful outdoor recreation industry executive said Tuesday the world's largest outdoor retail show going on this week in Salt Lake City should leave Utah if the state's top political leaders continue what he calls an assault on public lands.
Cadillac, among the most iconic American luxury car brands, plans to sell a Chinese-made hybrid vehicle in the United States despite President-elect Donald Trump's recent offensive against foreign-made cars.
The wheels to watch at the North American Int'l Auto Show
From hot-selling SUVs of all sizes to the redesign for the Toyota Camry, the top-selling car in the U.S., the 2017 North American International Auto Show has a diverse lineup of new vehicles.
Taiwan gets Google's live transit updates
Catching the bus just got a bit easier.
French cosmetics giant L'Oreal said Tuesday it had agreed to buy three leading skincare brands from Valeant for $1.3 billion in a move set to give its US offering a facelift.
China Airline's (CAL), Taiwan's flagship carrier, announced on Tuesday a deal with Europe's Airbus to upgrade airline's aircraft maintenance capabilities.
Asian energy firms retreated Tuesday after a plunge in oil prices, while the pound's troubles mounted on worries about Britain's plans to leave the European Union.
Telecom with heart
Far EasTone's President Yvonne Li (李彬) (second from the left) and Chief Sales & Marketing Officer Maxwell Cheng (鄭智衡) (second from the right) pose at a 20th anniversary event for the local telecommunications company alongside of Olympic gold medalist Chen Shih-hsin (陳詩欣) (first from the left) and pianist Huang Yu-Siang (黃裕翔) (first from the right).
Yahoo will adopt a new corporate identity and slash the size of its board if the proposed US$4.8 billion sale of its digital services to Verizon Communications goes through.
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