FILM | Fallout continues for Weinstein and his former company

Weinstein and his former company were hit Wednesday with a proposed class action lawsuit that targets what it called the producer’s “casting couch” harassment and abuses.

Real Estate Matters | 25 Property Questions We Were Asked This Year

We end the year again with another list of the most popular questions that we were asked throughout the year. 25. When should I get my 2

Spotify maintains faith in post Brexit U.K. with new office

Spotify will move to the Adelphi building, which overlooks the River Thames and is just a few steps from Trafalgar Square and the Charing Cross rail

Corporate Bits | MGM China recognized with anti-slavery award

In addition to holding events to bring together local stakeholders in the government and NGO sector, the company has held a number of internal anti-human trafficking

Environment | Merkel to address climate talks amid calls for coal exit

World leaders arrived at global climate talks in Germany yesterday to give the negotiations a boost going into the final stretch, as campaigners called for

A Japan firm’s move from steel plates to fancy phone screens

Now, with Apple Inc. selling its first phone boasting an organic light-emitting diode display, a sharp, vibrant screen that uses less energy, Japan Steel Works is counting on

Heritage | Tin Hau Temple fire alarm incident draws attention of IC

A fire alarm was triggered at the Tin Hau Temple yesterday morning, however no damages have been recorded in the temple itself, the Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) said

Hard Rock unveils new logo for Japan projects

Hard Rock International has upped the ante in its charm offensive ahead of Japan’s much-awaited integrated resort license bid. The company unveiled its banner at a sold-out Yokohama concert

Toshiba sells TV, visual solutions unit to Hisense of China

Tokyo-based Toshiba announced the 12.9 billion yen (USD113 million) deal yesterday. It's set to be completed by or after February 2018, pending regulatory approval and other steps. Tokyo-based

Family of Samsung worker killed by brain tumor wins compensation case

Overturning an appeals court's decision, South Korea's Supreme Court said yesterday the family of a Samsung worker who died of a brain tumor should be eligible for state compensation

Corporate Bits | MGM holds Wagyumafia competition

The inaugural Wagyumafia World Championship kicked off as Macau celebrated its official designation as a Creative City of Gastronomy by The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization

Tokyo pushes back on ‘bizarre’ death tax that deters expats

That’s because the government subjects long-term foreign residents to inheritance tax of up to 55 percent on their worldwide assets - meaning heirs could be forced

Iron ore wars erupt as Hong Kong picks fight with Singapore

HKEX began trading the futures yesterday, pitting the new dollar-denominated contract against those offered by SGX, which introduced its first swap contracts in 2009 and has

Dubai Air Show opens with Emirates’ USD15.1b Boeing buy

The biennial Dubai Air Show opened yesterday with hometown long- haul carrier Emirates making a USD15.1 billion buy of American-made Boeing 787-10 Dreamliners, as the world’s biggest

VietJet may buy 787s or A350s as airline weighs US route

Vietnam’s biggest private airline would use the larger aircraft to begin the route after the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration grants Vietnam airlines permission to fly to America, said

Real Estate Matters | Property Tax And An Uncertain Future ? – Part IV

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Gaming | Las Vegas: MGM Resorts says bookings rebounded after mass shooting

MGM Resorts International, in its first financial report since a gunman opened fire from one of its Las Vegas buildings and killed 58 people,

United Nations | Agency to stop taking funds from tobacco industry

The U.N.’s labor agency said yesterday that it will stop taking funding from the tobacco industry and will not extend its public-private partnerships with a

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