The Buzz | Mob Museum in Las Vegas to open FIFA exhibit

The Mob Museum in Las Vegas is setting up an exhibit dedicated to the FIFA corruption scandal. The permanent display entitled “The ‘Beautiful Game’ Turns Ugly” will open at the National

MACAU | RETAIL | Branded Products Fair brings tastes of Cantonese culture

The four-day Guangdong and Macau Branded Products Fair was livened up by mass consumers not long after opening yesterday, as families strolled among the booths and sampled ethnic foods that

World Briefs

HONG KONG  Passengers on a Cathay Pacific flight to Los Angeles have spoken of their terror as the aircraft was forced to make an emergency landing at a military airport

Editorial | Far from where

3 Jews are sitting in a DP camp after the war. Says the first Jew, “I’m going to settle in England.” The second Jew states, “I’m going to Canada.” And

Gaming | As city heads toward Vegas-style makeover, MGM seeks to adapt

Running a casino in Macau used to be a simpler affair: build a world-class hotel, have junket agents bring in high rollers from China and design attractions to draw the

Casinos accused of downplaying assaults on staff

Almost all local casino operators have allegedly turned a blind eye to their staff members’ personal security, which has long been at risk working under an increasingly insecure environment, said

Chan Meng Kam reacts to vote-buying arrests

Hác-Sá Youth Hostel reopens

The Health Bureau will no longer use the Hác-Sá Youth Hostel as a temporary quarantine camp, since there have been no new cases of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome in Korea

Sands | China beckons to local suppliers in its support program

Sands China revealed a new procurement program for burgeoning local enterprises, inviting them to be their long-term suppliers. The gaming operator expressed its intention to partner local companies as part of

Gaming | Wynn Palace to open on March 25

Billionaire Steve Wynn finally feels confident enough to set an opening date for his second casino in Macau, months after complaining that uncertainty plagued the Chinese city amid a gambling