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Investors pick Tesla's promise over GM's steady profits
When General Motors CEO Mary Barra introduced the Chevrolet Bolt at the CES gadget show last year, she took a shot at Tesla.
 
Senate Democrats ask Trump for answers on China trademarks
A group of Senate Democrats has sent a letter to U.S. President Donald Trump requesting information about a raft of trademark approvals from China this year that they say may violate the U.S. Constitution's ban on gifts from foreign governments.
 
Cuban entrepreneurs start first private business group
A handful of entrepreneurs have quietly formed communist Cuba's first private small business association, testing the government's willingness to allow Cubans to organize outside the strict bounds of state control.
 
Shares in Taiwan closed lower but remained above the 10,000-point mark on Wednesday as the market resumed trading following the four-day Dragon Boat Festival holiday.
 
Hypermarket chain RT-Mart announced on Wednesday that as part of efforts to promote environmental protection, beginning on July 1, it will stop selling plastic shopping bags at its 22 stores around Taiwan.
 
Growing pot industry offers breaks to entice minorities
Andre Shavers was sentenced to five years on felony probation after authorities burst into the house where he was living in one of Oakland's most heavily policed neighborhoods and found a quarter ounce of marijuana.
 
Brexit is pouring fuel on Paris property price fire
Prices for real estate in Paris are set to reach new records this summer, as buyers -- many of them Britons -- scramble to get their hands on flats in the French capital's most well-heeled districts, a survey of notaries showed on Tuesday.
 
Toshiba's future imperiled by shaky ethics, nuclear fiascos
Japanese technology giant Toshiba Corp.'s last-gasp strategy for staying afloat -- selling its prized computer chip operations -- may buy the company time but is no cure-all.
 
Zimbabwe tobacco is booming, but farmers growing it are not
Farmer Simon Kahari recently sold tobacco worth more than US$6,000 at an auction in Zimbabwe, a small fortune reflecting the golden leaf's resurgence in this southern African country.
 
Shares in British Airways' parent company tumble
Shares in British Airways' parent company have tumbled after a catastrophic IT failure stranded thousands of passengers during a holiday weekend.
 
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