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Takata shares suspended on bankruptcy, asset sale report

Trading in Takata’s shares was temporarily halted Thursday after a media report said the embattled Japanese airbag maker was considering filing for bankruptcy protection and then rolling its key businesses into a new company.

World’s largest shipbuilder sails back to quarterly profit

The world’s biggest shipbuilder Hyundai Heavy Industries swung back to the black in the first quarter as cost-cutting efforts and a shift to high-end vessels paid off in the face of an industry-wide crisis, the South Korean firm said Thursday.

Takata shares suspended on bankruptcy, asset sale report

Trading in Takata’s shares was halted on Thursday after a media report said the embattled Japanese airbag maker was considering filing for bankruptcy and then rolling its key businesses into a new company.

Australia’s Ten Network struggles for survival

The Ten Network, one of Australia’s three commercial channels and which broadcasts shows such as “I’m a Celebrity…”, on Thursday warned of grave concerns about its future after posting dire half-year losses.

Thai mother saw daughter’s Facebook Live murder

The distraught Thai mother of a baby girl killed by her boyfriend in a murder he broadcast on Facebook Live has described the harrowing moment she stumbled across the video and rushed to alert police.

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