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December, 3, 2016

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Deutsche Bank intends to claw back millions in bonuses from six former top executives, a German newspaper said Thursday, as the embattled lender seeks to cut costs and boost its capital cushion.
Software designed to fix confusing gear shifters on 1.1 million Fiat Chrysler vehicles didn't work on 29,000 of them. Now the owners are being asked to take the vehicles back to dealers for another try.
Global miner Rio Tinto Thursday fired two senior executives after an internal probe into US$10.5 million in payments linked to the world's biggest untapped iron-ore deposit in Guinea.
Uber Taiwan said it would appeal a NT$135 million bill for back taxes and fines issued by the Taiwan government.
Chevy Colorado's coronation
Journalists cluster around a 2017 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 pickup truck during the Los Angeles Auto Show in Los Angeles, California, on Tuesday, Nov. 15.
Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. (鴻海), the world's largest contract electronics maker, attended the ongoing World Internet Conference held in Wuzhen, in China's Zhejiang Province, to showcase its "smart plant" innovation, local media reported Wednesday.
Samsung Taiwan said that a move by the South Korean electronics giant to recall its problematic phablet -- the Galaxy Note 7 -- could continue until the end of this year. The company also urged local customers to apply for a refund or exchange the faulty product for a different Samsung model as soon as possible.
U.S. tech giant Google on Tuesday confirmed it will expand its vast campus in central London, a move a source said is expected to bring 3,000 jobs to the British capital.
Shipping stocks on the local equity market moved higher on Wednesday following the government's announcement of a NT$60 billion (US$1.89 billion) relief package a day earlier, intended to help the sector climb out of its current financial difficulties, dealers said.
Google is promising that its widely used translation service is now even more fluent, thanks to an advance that is enabling its computers to interpret complete sentences.
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