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Monday, February 27, 2017
Wynn Resorts Ltd, parent company of local gaming operator Wynn Macau Ltd, has appointed Craig S. Billings as its new chief financial officer (CFO) starting from March 1, according to a company release. Mr. Billings will replace Stephen Cootey,...
The MSAR Government is considering turning the current greyhound racetrack into cultural, leisure, sports and education facilities, according to the director of the Gaming Inspection and Co-ordination Bureau (DICJ), Paulo Martins Chan. The DICJ director noted, in response to an...
A wholly-owned subsidiary of gaming machine manufacturer and service provider Success Dragon plans to invest HK$155 million (US$20 million) in Primus Power Corporation, a company engaged in renewable energy, according to the company’s filing with the Hong Kong Stock...

King of iPhones

MSAR and Myanmar were considered the only two regions in the world where Apple’s iPhone 7 Plus was the company’s most popular device, due to their high concentration of wealth
Insurer AIA Group Ltd. saw the value of its new business register a year-on-year growth of 28 per cent or US$2.75 billion (MOP22 billion) for the fiscal year ended November 30, 2016, according to its filing with the Hong...
A total of 21 illegal works were found and arrested by authorities in January 2017, according to the most recent data presented by the Public Security Police Force (PSP). The data reveals there was a 57 per cent month-to-month reduction in the...

Hanging up his hat

Vice-President of the New Macau Association, Jason Chao Teng Hei resigns from his position after 12 years in the political organisation

Special permission

Registration exemptions, cleaning contract reshuffles and unknown staff to whom payments were supposedly made dominated Friday’s corruption trial session
Secretary for Transport and Public Works Raimundo Arrais do Rosário has reiterated that the demolition of Coloane shipyards is necessary for security reasons, and that the Pac On Ferry Terminal would be operational in the second quarter of this year
For the whole year of 2016, the economy shrank 2.1 per cent year-on-year in real terms
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