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Annie Palmer - Top Amazon aggregator Thrasio files for bankruptcy - cnbc.com

Top Amazon aggregator Thrasio files for bankruptcy

Thrasio, an early leader in aggregating Amazon sellers, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in a New Jersey court Wednesday.

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Agence FrancePresse - Calls grow to name ‘traitor’ politician who ‘sold out’ Australia to a foreign power - scmp.com - New Zealand - Canada - China - Usa - Russia - Britain - Australia - city Canberra

Calls grow to name ‘traitor’ politician who ‘sold out’ Australia to a foreign power

In an extraordinary public revelation, Australia’s director general of security Mark Burgess said a spy team from an unnamed country had cultivated and recruited a former Australian politician.

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Anwar Ibrahim - Maria Siow - Malaysia keeps eye on ‘status quo’, Beijing trade ties with quiet approach in South China Sea - scmp.com - China - city Beijing - Malaysia

Malaysia keeps eye on ‘status quo’, Beijing trade ties with quiet approach in South China Sea

Malaysia’s low-key response to Chinese coastguard patrols of its exclusive economic zone (EEZ) signals an interest in maintaining economic ties with Beijing and a desire not to “politicise or unilaterally alter the status quo in the region”, analysts have said.

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Alex Travelli - Disney to Step Back From India in Mega Deal with Reliance Industries - nytimes.com - India

Disney to Step Back From India in Mega Deal with Reliance Industries

The Walt Disney Company had an India-sized twinkle in its eye as early as 1993, when it first came to the country of now 1.4 billion potential media consumers. It started small and found a distributor to broadcast some of its content over airwaves that were just opening to global capitalism.

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Ruxandra Iordache - Central Command - Abandoned at sea, Houthi-damaged ship awaits towing to Saudi Arabia amid oil slick concerns - cnbc.com - Iran - Yemen - Saudi Arabia - county Gulf

Abandoned at sea, Houthi-damaged ship awaits towing to Saudi Arabia amid oil slick concerns

A vessel impaired in a mid-February Houthi attack offshore Yemen remains abandoned at sea awaiting towing to safe harbor amid growing concerns of an oil spill.

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MARI YAMAGUCHI - A small drone flies into a damaged Fukushima reactor for the first time to study its melted fuel - apnews.com - Japan - city Tokyo - China

A small drone flies into a damaged Fukushima reactor for the first time to study its melted fuel

TOKYO (AP) — A drone small enough to fit in one’s hand flew inside one of the damaged reactors at the wrecked Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant Wednesday in hopes it can examine some of the molten fuel debris in areas where earlier robots failed to reach.

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China Expands Scope of ‘State Secrets’ Law in Security Push - nytimes.com - China

China Expands Scope of ‘State Secrets’ Law in Security Push

China passed revisions to an already stringent state secrets law, broadening the scope of the type of information that would be considered a national security risk in the world’s second-largest economy.

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Japan's Advantest says executive Lefever to become CEO - asia.nikkei.com - Japan - city Tokyo

Japan's Advantest says executive Lefever to become CEO

TOKYO (Reuters) -- Japan chip testing equipment company Advantest said on Wednesday that Chief Operating Officer Douglas Lefever, a U.S. citizen, will become CEO from April, with current Chief Executive Yoshiaki Yoshida to move to chairman.

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