Ask the Vet | First aid for a broken cat bone

A broken cat bone can be a very painful and traumatising experience for your pet. While feline fractures should always be treated by a veterinarian, you can perform first aid

Real Estate Matters | Common misconceptions about renting a property in Macau – Part 3

This list of common misconceptions may look innocent enough, but the difference in expectation is usually the source of major rental conflicts, and one that could be easily avoided

Boeing wins USD13.8b wide-body jet order from Singapore Air

Boeing Co. won orders for 39 wide-body aircraft from Singapore Airlines Ltd. as Southeast Asia’s biggest long-distance carrier upgrades its fleet over the next decade with

Nokia buys Comptel to add network software

Nokia agreed to buy Comptel Oyj for 347 million euros (USD370 million) to add technology that helps phone carriers manage their networks, part of a push into

Corporate bits | The Parisian to present three phantoms

The Parisian Macao is set to present Three Phantoms, a musical theatre show, from February 28 to March 26. Three Phantoms is a production featuring three singers

Icahn plans to sell shuttered Trump Taj Mahal

Investor Carl Icahn plans to sell his shuttered Trump Taj Mahal casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey, even after Governor Chris Christie vetoed a bill that

Hermes sales advance, adding evidence of luxury recovery

Hermes International SCA added to evidence of a luxury rebound as shoppers in Asia buy more silk scarves and Birkin handbags while tourists who were deterred

Barcelona rejects Airbnb plan to limit rentals

Barcelona’s city hall rejected a proposal by Airbnb Inc. to limit the number of home rentals in the city, setting off a fresh clash between the

Snowden-era corporate paranoia creates networking startup boom

Of all the lasting effects of Edward Snowden’s leaks, there’s one photo that leaves a particularly strong mark. In it, U.S. federal employees in T-shirts

Corporate bits | Qatar Airways breaks longest flight record

Qatar Airways launched its new record-breaking Auckland service on Waitangi Day, one of the country’s most significant days of the year. The first Qatar Airways

China | Global auto ambitions get a boost as Takata picks bidder

A  year ago, Ningbo Joyson Electronic Corp. would have been an unlikely name on a shortlist of candidates to rescue Takata Corp., the Japanese air-bag maker

Maserati recalling around 40k vehicles on risks of fires

Maserati North America Inc. is recalling at least 39,381 Quattroporte, Ghibli, and Levante vehicles after discovering two defects that could lead to fires. Adjusting the

Corporate bits | Pop star Sandy Lam to perform at the Venetian

Hong Kong’s original pop princess, Sandy Lam, will bring her “2017 Sandy Lam Pranava World Tour” concert to the Cotai Arena at The Venetian macao on

‘Chinese travel seasonality presents a challenge to sustainability,’ says CAPA

The Center for Aviation (CAPA) has analyzed the results of China’s aviation trends over the past few years and concluded that “China’s concentrated and en masse

Apple set to begin making iPhones in India

Apple Inc. will begin assembling iPhones in India by the end of April, a regional minister says, heightening its focus on the world’s fastest-growing major smartphone

Corporate bits | Sands China donates mop300,000 to holy house of mercy

A group of 40 Sands China Care Ambassadors volunteered their time on Saturday at Macau Holy House of Mercy’s Welfare Shop, to help distribute some 350 food