EU, China signal support to complete long-sought investment deal

The European Union and China indicated they could clinch an agreement within days to open the Chinese market further to foreign investors in what would be a major economic and

CEM collaborates with MUST turning low-voltage pillar boxes into artworks

The activity aims revitalize outdoor pillar boxes and customer substations. Under the supervision of the teachers, 13 students have transformed low-voltage pillar boxes into artworks. “These impressions of Macau interpreted from an

Philanthropy association raises USD9,900 for #helplebanon2020

The Associação Internacional de Filantropia (Macau) has raised a total of USD9,907.81 for its solidarity campaign titled “#helplebanon2020,” which aims to support local NGO Achrafieh2020 following the explosion in the

Sands China co-assembles 40,000 hygiene kits for Clean the World

Around 200 volunteers from Sands China Ltd. and local community groups recently worked together at The Venetian Macao to build 40,000 hygiene kits for Clean the World, an international social enterprise that

Alibaba probe stirs global worry on what’s next for Chinese tech

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. led a second day of frenetic selling among China’s largest tech firms, driven by fears that antitrust scrutiny will spread beyond Jack Ma’s internet empire and

Musk says it’s ‘impossible’ to take Tesla private, mulls new IPO

Billionaire Elon Musk said it’s “impossible” to take Tesla Inc. private now even though he would have liked to spend more time on innovation. “Tesla public company duties are a much

Bitcoin miners in Nordic region get a boost from cheap power

The Nordic region once again has become a lucrative place to mine crypto-currencies, thanks to a plunge in electricity prices. The wettest weather in at least 20 years boosted production from

Melco announces adoption of water refill system

As part of Melco Resorts & Entertainment’s commitment to eliminate single-use plastic (SUP) and its Zero Waste Resorts goal by 2030, the gaming operator has installed the Nordaq 2000 Refilling

Conrad Macao launches ‘A Taste of The Londoner Macao’ package

To celebrate the first phase opening of The Londoner Macao integrated resort, Conrad Macao has launched ‘A Taste of The Londoner Macao’ Room and Afternoon Tea Offer, including luxurious accommodation for two

Lyft wants people to be hailing fully driverless cars on its app by 2023

Lyft Inc. expects customers will be able to use its app to hail cars without drivers starting in 2023, the company said yesterday. The self-driving rides will be powered by

Melco collaborates with CCTV to bring esports event to Macau

Melco Resorts & Entertainment presents “GBA Sim Racing Grand Prix (SRGP) 2020 – The Grand Final” at City of Dreams from today until December 19. The esports event is supported by Macau Sports

HEYTEA to open first local store at The Venetian Macao

HEYTEA, the originator of Cheezo Tea, will open its first Macau store at The Venetian Macao on December 19, with a second coming soon to The Parisian Macao. HEYTEA originated in

Cathay still mired in Covid trouble with traffic down 99%

  Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. carried just 37,815 passengers in November, down 98.6% from a year earlier, and warned that its second-half losses will be significantly worse than the HKD9.9 billion

China’s regulators review Huya’s USD6b deal to buy DouYu

China’s regulators said they are reviewing Huya Inc.’s proposal to acquire game-streaming rival DouYu International Holdings Ltd., part of a crackdown on anti-competitive behavior in the country’s technology industry that

Twitter slapped with fine for breaking EU’s data privacy law

  Twitter Inc. was fined 450,000 euros ($547,000) by its chief European Union data protection watchdog for failing to give a timely warning about a breach that threatened the privacy of

Tech giants could face fines as high as 10% annual revenue

Tech giants deemed to be gatekeepers could face fines as high as 10% of annual revenue if they don’t comply with new European Union rules on data usage to be

UK businesses plead for time to avoid Brexit cliff edge

British business groups pleaded with the government to extend the time they have to prepare for the nation’s departure from the European Union after leaders from both sides agreed to

Wynn accumulated over 50 million steps in ‘Walk for a Million’ virtual walk

Wynn brought together about 5,400 team members and their family and friends to participate in the ‘Walk for a Million’ virtual walk, accumulating a combined total of 50,026,770 steps. Following Wynn’s

Sands China, MUST host celebrity chef Lan Minglu

Sands China Ltd. recently hosted two talent development activities featuring celebrity chef Lan Minglu at The Venetian Macao and at the Macau University of Science and Technology (MUST) geared at helping elevate the continual learning of

China’s love affair with Australian wine ends in a messy breakup

China’s assault on Australia’s wine industry is becoming quite the buzzkill. The latest round of tariffs - which could push import duties to over 215% in total - have left Australia’s winemakers reeling.

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