Coronavirus scams: guard against fraud cures and other cons

Con artists are finding lots of marks amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Watchdog groups and authorities report a surge of complaints about scams targeting people who fear catching the virus or

Sands China co-organizes family activity

Sands China Ltd. and the Sheng Kung Hui Social Service Coordination Office have organised a parent-child colouring contest, aimed at enhancing parent-child interactions while schools are closed during this time. Around

MGM donates to Macau Holy House of Mercy’s Welfare Shop

MGM recently donated MOP300,000 to the Macau Holy House of Mercy’s Welfare Shop project for the 8th consecutive year in support of its food hamper distribution to over 360 local underprivileged families, The

China’s corporates are gearing up in Europe for M&A bargains

Chinese firms are getting ready for discount deals in Europe, where the coronavirus pandemic has sent companies scrambling for cash to stay in business. Bankers have recently seen a spike in requests from

Asia’s 50 best restaurants that you can’t visit right now

Singapore’s Odette has held on to the title of Asia’s best restaurant for the second year running, as top chefs grapple with city lockdowns, temporary closures of their restaurants or

Corporate Bits | MGM presents Wuhan hot dry noodles at Macau properties

MGM is introducing a series of authentic delicacies of Hubei to the Macau public, including their signature dish hot dry noodles, at Imperial Court and Square Eight at MGM Macau,

The Art Of Giving | Modern Philanthropy: THERE IS SUCH A THING AS SOCIETY

Half the world is in lockdown. For those who are healthy it is a good time to catch up on some new reading or to go back to classics of

Huawei warns of ‘pandora’s box’ if US curbs Taiwan supply

Huawei Technologies Co. is bracing for its most difficult year on record in 2020, when tightening U.S. sanctions and the Covid-19 pandemic threaten to slam an already slowing business. Rotating Chairman

Singapore’s Lee says virus battle intensifying as industries die

  Singapore’s battle to fight the coronavirus outbreak is intensifying, while industries such as tourism and aviation are virtually dead, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said. Global supply chains are also

Thailand’s biggest island on lockdown to contain coronavirus

Phuket in Thailand is on lockdown, with most transportation to the island banned from yesterday, in the latest effort to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus in the usually

Singapore bar, cinema closures rub ‘salt in wound’ for economy

Singapore’s closure of bars and entertainment venues to contain the spread of coronavirus is another gut punch to the city- state’s economy already suffering from widespread disruptions to trade and

Hong Kong booze ban may wipe out thousands of bars and restaurants

The normally packed streets of Hong Kong’s Lan Kwai Fong bar district were virtually empty on Monday night. So too was a popular Italian eatery in Wan Chai, a neighborhood

Coronavirus rekindles oil spill memories along Gulf Coast

The spring of the coronavirus feels a lot like the summer of oil to residents along the Gulf Coast. Bars and restaurants are empty in Florida because of an invisible threat

Corporate Bits | MGM Cotai awarded energy management certification

MGM Cotai has recently attained the ISO 50001:2018 certification for effective energy management systems, making the company’s two properties ISO 50001 certified, the gaming operator announced in a statement. MGM

Corporate Bits | Wynn to donate anti-epidemic supplies worth MOP2 million to SMEs

Casino operator Wynn Macau has announced that it will donate MOP2 million to purchase anti-epidemic supplies for local small and medium-sized enterprises in order to help alleviate the economic hardship

Corporate Bits | MGM Cotai awarded energy management certification

MGM Cotai has recently attained the ISO 50001:2018 certification for effective energy management systems, making the company’s two properties ISO 50001 certified, the gaming operator announced in a statement. MGM

Casinos, cruise lines poised for aid as bailout list grows

The biggest casino operator on the Las Vegas Strip weathered the 2008 financial crisis and a gunman’s rampage nine years later that killed 58 and wounded hundreds. But now, with

The Art of Giving | Modern philanthropy and the great disruption

We are living in the times of great disruption. Yesterday the world was identifying a set of pressing global challenges such as climate change, reskilling, blockchain, A.I., and reducing inequalities.

Time spent streaming spiked 20% worldwide this past weekend

For years, TV executives have fretted there is too much TV. Now, with the coronavirus looming large, they are worried there might not be enough. Because of the pandemic, streaming surged

Hong Kong’s jobless rate climbs to 9-year high

Hong Kong’s jobless rate surged to the highest level in almost a decade in February as the full force of disruptions from the novel coronavirus outbreak

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