Corporate bits | village people and björn again to perform at the venetian macao

Renowned 1970s American disco group Village People will perform at The Venetian Theatre on May 12 and 13 as part of its 40th anniversary tour.  Nicknamed

Audi raided by German prosecutors in diesel scandal fallout

Volkswagen AG’s Audi brand was raided by German prosecutors as investigations into the manipulation of diesel engines continue to weigh on the automaker more than

Amazon Japan portal adopts UnionPay to attract Chinese shoppers Inc.’s website in Japan will start accepting UnionPay cards, as the web retailer steps up efforts to sell more merchandise to Chinese shoppers across Asia.

Corporate bits | MGM Cotai to present art collection

MGM Cotai announced the establishment of a major permanent art collection for Macau. Commissioned by MGM, the collection will be hosted at MGM Cotai and

Berlin airport union attacks Ryanair for ‘strikebreaking’ tactic

Striking Berlin airport workers may cease giving notice of walkouts after Ryanair Holdings Plc began using its own ground staff to help maintain services from the German

Technology | Schmidt flags promise in new Goodenough battery

The 94-year-old creator of the lithium-ion battery has invented another breakthrough storage device that’s capturing the attention of industry heavyweights. “John Goodenough, inventor of the

Corporate bits | CTM spring dinner shows gratitude to staff

CTM held a spring dinner on Friday to express the company’s gratitude to its members of staff for their contributions in the past year. With the participation

Atlantic City coming back to life | Water park eyed atex-Atlantic Club casino

The Atlantic City casino where Steve Wynn used to make sure Frank Sinatra had enough towels may soon become an indoor water park and go-cart track.

HSBC names outsider for chairman, taps AIA boss for job

HSBC says it’s tapping the head of Asian life insurer AIA Group to be its chairman, turning to an outsider for a job it has traditionally filled

Bottom of Form | China fines repeat offender USD170m for stock manipulation

Chinese regulators seem to have run out of patience with Tang Hanbo. The China Securities Regulatory Commission on Friday ordered Tang to pay a

As Brexit nears | A look at how 5 people are coping

Brexit. It’s coming, but no one knows what form it will take. Prime Minister Theresa May is expected to fire the starting pistols within days, leading

Corporate bits | Ice World back at the Venetian Macao

Supported by the Macau Government Tourism Office (MGTO), the event features thousands of multi-colored ice blocks carved into sculptures by a team of craftsmen from Harbin

China orders Hershey-Lotte candy factory to halt operations

Lotte Shanghai Foods, a joint venture between Hershey Co. and South Korea’s Lotte Group, has been told by Chinese authorities to stop production at its

Scotiabank in talks to sell Malaysia unit

Bank of Nova Scotia is in talks with Cathay Financial Holdings Co. to sell its Malaysian operations as the Canadian lender looks to exit a country it’s

Ask the Vet | 6 Types of Canine Dermatitis

Canine dermatitis is a general term for common canine skin infections. This condition is quite common and plagues dogs of all breeds and ages. Here are six common

Corporate bits | Sérgio Godinho to sing classics at the Venetian Macao

Composer and singer Sérgio Godinho, one of the most influential Portuguese musicians to emerge in the last 40 years, will perform with pianist Filipe Raposo at The