INTERNET | Spanish news to vanish from Google News globally

Google announced yesterday it will close Google News in Spain and block reports from Spanish publishers from more than 70 Google News international editions due to a new Spanish law

Mainland media turn from pushing stocks to warning on risks

The People’s Daily, which is published by the propaganda department of the ruling Communist Party, joined the official Xinhua News Agency and the Securities Times with articles Tuesday highlighting risks

China’s inflation rate declines in November

Government data yesterday showed consumer prices rose 1.4 percent over a year earlier, down from October’s already low 1.6 percent increase. Food prices rose 2.3 percent, down from October’s 2.5

Corporate Bits | CTM fully supports walk for a million this year

On the afternoon of Dec 8, representatives from the Readers of Macao Daily News Charity Fund, including Vice President Hoi King Chong, Iu Ka Chung, Choi Ka Weng, and Director

The Buzz | Look to Macau for signs of China turning points: Schroders

Looking for a leading indicator of turning points in the Chinese economy? Look to Macau casino earnings, says Keith Wade, chief economist and strategist at Schroders, which has 276.2 billion

Yuan drops to lowest since July on trade data, swap-rate surge

China’s yuan fell to the lowest level since July after the slowest export growth in seven months, and swings in interest- rate swaps and bond yields fueled concern about the nation’s

China vows prudent monetary policy as Xi heralds new normal

China’s ruling Politburo said it will maintain a “prudent” monetary stance and keep growth within a reasonable range in 2015, signaling it will hold off major changes at an economic

Aer Lingus boss Mueller to head Malaysia Airlines 

Malaysia’s government said Friday it has picked Christoph Mueller, the chief executive of Ireland’s Aer Lingus, as the new head of its beleaguered flag carrier, Malaysia Airlines. He will be the

Corporate Bits | CTM volunteer team organizes Christmas event for underprivileged families

The Christmas gathering was held at Metropark Hotel Saturday afternoon. More than 20 CTM Volunteer Team members attended, together with the representatives of the Women’s General Association of Macau, and

Ask the Vet | How to tell if your marmoset monkey is sick

Wasting Away Marmoset monkeys are susceptible to wasting syndrome, a bodily invasion of the pancreatic worm Trichospirura leptostoma, which is transmitted through the household cockroach. For this reason, household sanitation is

Hollywood bows to Chinese censors while courting investors

Hollywood film studios are courting Chinese investors to gain access to the world’s most populous nation, brushing aside concerns that their new partners will seek to censor the next generation

Toyota recalls cars in Japan, China for air bags

Toyota is recalling 185,000 vehicles in Japan and 5,000 in China for a possibly defective air bag supplied by Takata, the Japanese manufacturer at the center of an unfolding safety scandal. Toyota Motor

Simon Fuller to brand it like Beckham in HK venture

The two British celebrities have agreed to set up a joint venture with Hong Kong-based Global Brands Group Holding Ltd. to develop David Beckham-branded consumer products globally, the company said

Corporate Bits | New Year’s Eve gala at the Venetian Macao

The gala theme is Light Up 2015 and guests will be asked to dress to the nines with an “Elegant” dress code to welcome 2015 in the best possible taste.

Real Estate Matters | Keeping the festive season fun and avoiding hazards at Christmas

One can’t help but get caught up in the excitement of the festive season and approach of Christmas. As we all focus on making our homes look lovely and spreading cheer,

Project Poker | Using WCOOP to practice for live tourneys

I am mainly a live player, or at least that's what I've become after having transitioned over the last few years into playing mostly live tournaments. I still play online

In emails, Jobs determined to keep iPod Apple-only

Legendary Apple CEO Steve Jobs had seven words for a subordinate when he learned that a rival company was about to introduce a program that would let music fans buy

Cathay pilots to start work-to-rule plans, may hurt flights

Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd.’s pilots union will do only what’s required by their contracts from today after discussions about pay failed, potentially leading to flight delays at Asia’s biggest international

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