Super Bowl gambling surging as states legalize it? You bet

As legal sports gambling proliferates, the number of Americans betting on the Super Bowl and the total amount they’re wagering is surging — although most of

Melco achieves high standard of Occupational Safety and Health culture in 2022

In alignment with the Labour Affairs Bureau (DSAL), Melco Resorts & Entertainment has achieved a 99.5% completion rate in the government organized Hotel and Catering Safety Card Training Program with the

Galaxy wins IGA’s Sustainability Award

Galaxy Entertainment Group was recognized at the prestigious International Gaming Awards (IGA) for 13 consecutive years.  The IGA award presentation ceremony was held in London at the

UK gets closer to launching a digital currency

Britcoin is moving closer to reality. U.K. authorities yesterday said British businesses and consumers are likely to need a digital version of the pound,

Renault, Nissan boards agree to equalize mutual stakes

The boards of Renault and Nissan gave their approval yesterday to equalize the stake each automaker holds in the other, bringing a better balance in the

Tokyo Olympic bribery scandal rolls on; company apologizes

A Japanese company embroiled in the 2020 Tokyo Olympic  Takeshi Natsuno, president of the Japanese entertainment company Kadokawa, bowed deeply with two other executives to show remorse

Hong Kong bans CBD, forcing businesses to shut or revamp

Hong Kong banned CBD as a “dangerous drug” and imposed harsh penalties for its possession on Wednesday, forcing fledging businesses to shut down or revamp. Supporters

GM conditionally OKs $650M Nevada lithium mine investment

General Motors Co. has conditionally agreed to invest $650 million in Lithium Americas Corp. in a deal that will give GM exclusive access to the

IMF upgrades outlook for the global economy in 2023

The outlook for the global economy is growing slightly brighter as China eases its zero-COVID policies and the world shows surprising resilience in the face

Boeing bids farewell to an icon, delivers last 747 jumbo jet

Boeing bids farewell to an icon yesterday: It’s delivering its final 747 jumbo jet. Since its first flight in 1969, the giant yet graceful 747 has

Myanmar economy to grow 3%, dragged by conflict

Myanmar’s economy grew 3% last year and will likely achieve the same pace in 2023, but still lags far behind where it stood before the army

Dutch electronics giant Philips to cut 6,000 jobs worldwide

Dutch consumer electronics and medical equipment maker Philips said yesterday it is cutting 6,000 jobs worldwide over the next two years as it revealed a net loss of

NJ gambling revenue matches all-time high, with online help

New Jersey’s gambling revenue matched its all-time high of $5.2 billion in 2022, but only half that amount was won by casinos from in-person gamblers.

China’s growth falls to 3%, gradually reviving

China’s economic growth fell to its second-lowest level in at least four decades last year under pressure from anti-virus controls and a real estate slump,

Business trusted most in a more polarized world, report says

People worldwide are more gloomy about their economic prospects than ever before and trust business far more than other institutions like governments, nonprofits and the media in

China’s trade surplus swells to $877.6b as exports grow

China's trade surplus swelled to a record $877.6 billion last year as exports rose despite weakening U.S. and European demand and anti-virus controls that temporarily shut

At rehabbed Globes, ‘The Fabelmans,’ ‘Banshees’ triumph

The Golden Globes returned to the air yesterday with a red carpet flush with celebrities, comedian Jerrod Carmichael as a hesitant emcee and top awards

The St. Regis Bar introduces new head mixologist 

The St. Regis Bar has announced its new head mixologist who aims to elevate and establish the bar as “one of Asia’s Best Bars by bringing new concepts and trends to

Urban Kitchen presents CNY feast

Urban Kitchen at JW Marriott Hotel Macau has prepared two eclectic menus for the upcoming Chinese New Year. After a hiatus, the restaurant is bringing back its popular lunch buffet just in

Buffett’s firm keeps selling BYD shares despite past praise

Warren Buffett’s company continues selling off its BYD shares despite the positive comments he has made about the Chinese electric car maker in the past,

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