Tourism | Thomas Cook surges after confirming talks with China’s Fosun

Thomas Cook Group Plc shares and bonds surged after the troubled British tourism group confirmed it received an offer for its tour- operator business from Chinese

Bank of Japan appoints first female PR head

The Bank of Japan announced the appointment of its first female head of media relations, in one sign that long-closed doors are beginning to open for women at

Billionaire wins, fantasy sports lose in Illinois gambling bill

DraftKings CEO Jason Robins typically reserves his Twitter feed for commentary about last night’s game or a shout-out to someone he’s met in his travels. Yesterday, he

Gaming | Caesars is in advanced talks to merge with Eldorado Resorts

Caesars Entertainment Corp., pushed by activist billionaire Carl Icahn to consider a sale, is in advanced discussions about merging with casino rival Eldorado Resorts Inc.,

Real Estate Matters | Top 20 questions on renting a property in Macau – Part 4

Having established the company in 1994, JML Property offers Investment Property & Homes. It specializes in managing properties for owners and investors, and providing attractive and

China seeks to boost car, electronics sales as economy slows

China unveiled a stimulus plan to help spur demand for automobiles and electronics as escalating tensions with the U.S. threaten to hurt the world’s second-biggest economy. The policies

Energy | China Three Gorges mulls deal for EDP’s Brazil assets

China Three Gorges Corp. is weighing a deal to gain control of EDP- Energias de Portugal SA’s Brazilian business, people with knowledge of the matter said.

Beverly Hills bans sale of tobacco

Beverly Hills City Council unanimously approved an ordinance to prohibit the sale of tobacco products in the California city. Under the ban, which will come into

Gaming | Chicago will get a casino as part of Illinois gambling expansion

Illinois legislators approved a giant gambling-expansion bill that allows sports betting and as many as six new casinos, including one in Chicago, one of the world’s

MGM wins prestigious ‘Asia responsible entrepreneurship award’

MGM received the “Asia Responsible Entrepreneurship Award” (AREA) from Enterprise Asia, making it once more the only enterprise in Macau to have won this regional accolade, according to

Sands China employees take the ‘clean plate challenge’ for fifth year

Sands China employees completed the Clean Plate Challenge between May 27 and 29, marking the fifth year in a row the company has held the sustainability campaign.

Leicester City owners set to win renewal for Thai airport duty-free deal

The billionaire family that owns Leicester City soccer club is set to win renewal of airport retail contracts that helped build its fortune. Airports of Thailand

Atlantic City Bet responsibly? A struggle for some as sportsbook ads widen

The tagline makes the solution sound so simple: “Gamble responsibly.” It’s anything but for those who struggle with compulsive gambling. Instead, the footnote caps a

Corporate Bits | Grand Lapa hotel’s father’s day offerings

From June 14 to 16, Grand Lapa Hotel will be running dining promotions at all its outlets. At Café Bela Vista a semi- buffet lunch and

Real Estate Matters | Top 20 questions on renting a property in Macau – Part 3

Juliet Risdon is a Director of JML Property and a property investor.  Having established the company in 1994, JML Property offers Investment Property & Homes. It specializes

Gasoline, TVs, cars: the surprising things rare earths help make

Washing machines. Cars. Disk drives - if those are still a thing. The rare-earth minerals that China is threatening to withhold from the U.S. as

50th annual World Series of Poker opens in Las Vegas

The annual World Series of Poker opened Tuesday in Las Vegas with dozens of scheduled card tournaments and a special event to celebrate the 50th run of

Corporate Bits | Sands China, Fuhong Society enjoy day of delicacies

A group of around 30 Sands Cares Ambassadors spent time with about 65 members of the Fuhong Society of Macau on May 17, performing a service activity together

Hong Kong’s Alibaba craze may finally pay off with mega-deal

Hong Kong is getting a second chance to land the record- breaking deal that got away. Five years after Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. spurned the

China’s first bank seizure since 1998 shows hidden loan risk

China’s first government takeover of a bank in more than two decades has underscored the potential for increased stress at regional lenders that piled into off-book

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