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AIS to Stream HBO and Sell Google Chromecast

BANGKOK — A month after the realm lost access to HBO, the No. 2 mobile operator announced Monday it will soon stream all the...

Don’t Brew Beer at Home (or in Toilet), Prayuth Says

BANGKOK — Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha used his podium at Government House on Tuesday afternoon to slam craft beer, saying rules forbidding making beer at home ensure hygiene and safety.

Ready for Takeoff: FAA Clears AirAsia X for Flights to US

KUALA LUMPUR — AirAsia X announced it has become the first Asian budget airline win approval for direct flights to the United States.

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.

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.

Of Pokemon and Creepy Dolls: The Trendiest Trends of 2016

While the world churned, many of us kept busy finding new obsessions to keep us happy.

Russian Ambassador Sees Thai Trade Gains in Reordered World

BANGKOK — The Russian Federation had a headline-grabbing year, from military operations in Syria to accusations it sought to influence the U.S. election. But as it projects an image of strength onto the world stage, its oil-dependent economy remains wrecked by a double blow of historically low oil prices and crippling Western sanctions.

Monopolyland: Can Thailand’s Markets Ever be Fair?

Convenience stores, telecoms, brewers, movie theaters and more are dominated by just one or two players in Thailand despite a 17-year-old antitrust law. A toothless law that, by design or defect, left critical portions unfinished and unenforceable.

Fox Sues Bangkok Bank Over 2.5B Baht Licensing Deal

BANGKOK — One of the world’s largest media conglomerates filed suit against one of Thailand’s biggest commercial banks Wednesday, accusing it of failing to make good on obligations it guaranteed under a multi-billion baht digital media deal.

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