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Women Fighters to Smash Bangkok as MMA Penetrates Homeland of Muay Thai

BANGKOK — Mixed Martial Arts is kicking deeper into the land of Muay Thai with a tournament to be held March 11 headlined by women and Thai MMA fighters.

Gov’t Apologizes for Delayed PromptPay Tax Returns

BANGKOK — The Revenue Department apologized Tuesday for telling some taxpayers their refunds had already been sent via the new national e-payment system earlier than the money landed in their accounts.

Goodbye Yahoo, Hello ‘Altaba?’

SAN FRANCISCO — Yahoo will adopt a new corporate identity and slash the size of its board if the proposed USD$4.8 billion (170.9 billion baht) sale of its digital services to Verizon Communications goes through.

Go to Battle With Class-Action Lawsuit Startup ‘FongDi’

BANGKOK — For dropping a bomb on its customers by announcing they could no longer get HBO and its affiliates on short notice, TrueVisions could be the first company to face a class-action lawsuit brought through recently launched legal startup FongDi.

Thailand’s Devastating Year For Print Was a Wake-Up Call. Adapt or Die.

BANGKOK — The end of 2016 brought the final run of a 45-year-old daily newspaper, capping a punishing year for print media.

Samsung Profits Jump 50% Despite Galaxy Disaster

SEOUL — Samsung Electronics Co. said Friday that its profits in the last quarter of 2016 surged 50 percent to the highest level in more than three years, despite the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco.

LG to Release 4 Millimeter-Thick TV in Latest Model

LAS VEGAS — New television sets from LG will include an ultra-slim model that's less than 4 millimeters (0.15 inch) thick.

Reminder: New Visa on Arrival Limits in Effect At Midnight

BANGKOK — Just in case you forgot, new regulations on entering Thailand by land will become effective at midnight.

Massive Failure of K-Bank Systems Day Before NYE

BANGKOK — Kasikorn Bank says it is working to fix the complete outage of its services Friday, which comes just before a bank holiday.

Thai Life Pulls Tearjerker Ad Following Complaints

BANGKOK — Thailand’s most prominent life insurance firm on Wednesday took pulled a commercial due to complaints from a group of nurses that it damaged their image.

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