Opinion | GameStop’s ‘French Revolution’ is a crypto-farce

The GameStop Corp. short squeeze has been The worry is that, rather than a glorious decentralization of finance, what seems to be unfolding here is a crypto-esque farce combining volatile

Labor bureau sees above 200 pay-cut notices in 2020

The Labour Affairs Bureau (DSAL) yesterday disclosed that last year, the authority received a total of 214 notices of salary deduction from 156 companies, concerning 2,450 workers. Yesterday afternoon, the authority

Wing Lei Palace, IFT restaurant join 2021 Michelin Guide

The Michelin Guide Hong Kong Macau 2021 unveiled the list of the newly awarded restaurants and eateries yesterday. Wing Lei Palace was one of the highlights of this year, receiving its

Social housing: Poor tile job troubles home owners for almost eight years

Owners of residential properties at Edifício Ip Heng have filed a complaint to the Chief Executive against the local government in relation to their prolonged issues with falling tiles. Over 10

Survey: Over 43,000 fallen tiles found in two economic housing buildings

There were approximately 43,411 tiles falling from the interiors of the two economic housing buildings, Edifício do Lago and Ip Heng Building in Seac Pai Van, according to a survey

Lou Pak Sang appointed director of DSEDJ

  The Higher Education Bureau (DSES) will be merged into the Education and Youth Affairs Bureau (DSEJ) to become the Education and Youth Development Bureau (DSEDJ) from February 2021. Lou Pak

Municipal market law | Installation of surveillance cameras halted

The local government has decided to reconsider the number of CCTV surveillance cameras it will install at the city’s municipal markets, according to the First Standing Committee of the Legislative

Ex-lawmaker and former Macao Foundation president Victor Ng passes away

Victor Ng, former lawmaker and president of the Macao Foundation, among other public positions, has passed away at the age of 90, the foundation confirmed. He has held several distinguished positions

Xi hears work report from Ho Iat Seng

President Xi Jinping yesterday heard a work report via video link from Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng on the SAR government’s work in 2020 and Macau’s current situation. Xi highlighted the

Young Entrepreneur benefits from Sands China’s SME support strategy

As a pioneer in starting local supplier support programmes in Macao, Sands China Ltd. has been investing back into the community by helping local small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and

Gaming | CCIC: Casino EBITDA to rebound to 2019 figures by Q4 2021

A China-based investment bank China International Capital Corp (CICC) forecast the earnings before interest, taxation, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) for Macau’s casino industry is likely to rebound to 2019 figures

Gaming | Las Vegas Sands hands reins to Robert Goldstein after Adelson’s death

Las Vegas Sands Corp. named acting Chief Executive Officer Robert Goldstein as permanent CEO following the death of The company also promoted two longtime executives: Patrick Dumont, previously executive vice

Crime | Police warns public about scams on WhatsApp

At yesterday’s joint police press conference, PJ said that as of January 26, the bureau had received 26 reports of WhatsApp users who had been tricked into identity theft by

Gov’t asks Indonesia to treat detained sailors fairly

China’s government called on Indonesia yesterday to treat a group of detained Chinese sailors fairly but gave no indication what their oil tanker was doing when it was found at

Military flights warn against interference in Taiwan

The Chinese government said yesterday that actions like its warplanes flying near Taiwan last weekend are a warning against both foreign interference in Taiwan and any independence moves by the

This day in history | 1990 Romanians call for government change

Tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators have taken to the streets of the Romanian capital, Bucharest to protest against the interim government of Ion Iliescu. It was the biggest demonstration in

USA | Biden’s Commerce pick, Raimondo, voices tough line on China

President Joe Biden’s pick to oversee the Commerce Department took a tough line on China in her confirmation hearing yesterday, though she stopped short of singling out which Chinese companies

Starbucks’ recovery, solid in China, still slow in the US

Starbucks’ recovery slowed at the end of last year as U.S. coronavirus cases mounted, but the coffee titan says it’s confident its U.S. business will fully recover by March. “I am

UK data watchdog says millions have stopped using WhatsApp

The U.K.’s top data-protection regulator told lawmakers that millions of people have stopped using WhatsApp in favor of alternative messaging services such as Telegram and Signal. Elizabeth Denham said that changing

MGM employees pay visit to ‘Roots in China’ exhibition

In view of arranging more tours for team members of different levels from various departments, MGM hopes that the tour would help team members, particularly the younger generation, gain a deeper understanding

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