Corporate Bits | Wynn team visits historical exhibition to cultivate patriotism

To strengthen team members’ understanding of Chinese history and the country’s cultural development, Wynn gathered a group of team members, led by Linda Chen, Vice Chairman and Executive Director of

Corporate Bits | MGM receives 17 human resources accolades

MGM has earned a total of 17 awards from major human resources and management associations across Greater China, the gaming operator announced in a statement. The awards included three from HRoot, two from

The 2020 Bentley Flying Spur is $215,000 worth of little details

If you’re like me, you don’t quite know what an actual “flying spur” is. Of course, we know the car. Bentley will be delivering the third generation of its $214,600 Flying

China trading ban is fueling rise of controversial crypto coin

Cryptocurrency investors better not take their eyes off China, even after regulators there started to crack down on digital assets. In recent months, over-the-counter

Singapore home sales surge to highest in a year

Sales of private apartments in Singapore jumped 13% in September to the highest in more than a year even as home-price growth moderated. Developers in

UBS says risk of weaker yuan remains

The yuan remains vulnerable to further weakness should additional tariffs kick in later this year, even after the U.S. and China agreed to a tentative trade

Melco receives sustainability awards in the Philippines

Melco Resorts & Entertainment Limited has won the 2019 Sustainable Business Awards (SBA) Philippines for energy and employee sustainability. The SBA, Asia’s leading sustainable awards since

Four Seasons Macao holds 11th Run of Hope

The Four Seasons Hotel Macao will host the 11th Run of Hope Macau on November 10, in co-operation with the Canadian Chamber of Commerce and The International

Aviation | Boeing CEO, removed as chairman, near last chance on 737 Max

The clock is ticking ever more loudly for Boeing Chief Executive Officer Dennis Muilenburg as the grounding of the 737 Max hits the seven-month mark. The board removed him as chairman

Hong Kong turmoil spells opportunity for London property owners

London landlords eager to sell properties in the U.K. capital are seeing strong demand from investors fleeing an even more uncertain future in Hong Kong.

MGM to present food, music festival

Entitled “MGM Chef Nic Gastronomusic Fest,” the two-day event will feature global gastronomic fare and pop music at MGM Cotai, according to a statement issued by

MECC appoints new board president

The Macao European Chamber of Commerce (MECC) has announced that it has appointed lawyer Carlos Duque Simões as president of the Board of Directors until 2021. Simões

1MDB trial uncovers network of conspiracy

The 1MDB trial of former Malaysian leader Najib Razak has shed light on the staggering scope of the scandal, with testimony detailing alleged involvement by a

Japan’s 7-Eleven operator cutting 3,000 jobs, closing stores

Seven & i Holdings Co. said it will close 1,000 unprofitable 7-Elevens and eliminate 3,000 jobs from its other units as the Japanese retailer continues its

Bank of China leads way for Libor successor in Asia bonds

One of China’s biggest lenders is marketing a new dollar note linked to a Libor replacement, as borrowers across the globe move away from the

Markets | Risk striking faster than ever has investors touting hedges

The speed at which risk moves through markets is creating new challenges for investors, who need to adjust their portfolios to deal with the phenomenon, according

Venetian’s North commences Sichuan cuisine promotion

The Venetian Macao’s North restaurant is launching a Sichuan cuisine promotion until November 30. The capital of the province, Chengdu, is listed alongside Macau as a UNESCO Creative

MGM organizes team visit Chinese Historical Documentary Exhibition

Always encouraging team members to treasure every opportunity to learn about our nation, MGM has gathered a group of 30 team members, led by Wendy Yu, senior vice

Tourism | New Ports Lure Asia’s Biggest Cruise Ship to the Philippines

The Philippines, a country of more than 7,600 islands where you’re rarely more than a few miles from the sea, wants a bigger slice of Asia’s growing cruise-tourism industry. For years

Sands China says Art Macao contribution seen by 8 million

With Sands China’s All That’s Gold Does Glitter – An Exhibition of Glamorous Ceramics wrapping up today, the museum-quality exhibition has been seen by over 8 million visitors to date, the

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