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Measuring Your Ability to Achieve the American Dream

Forbes.com recently released the results of their new American Dream Index, in which they measure “the prosperity of the middle class, and…examine which states best support the American Dream.” 186 more words

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Japan casinos face defining questions

While the global casino industry giddily dreams of integrated resort locations, why Japan wants casinos and what will make them Japanese loom as defining issues. 69 more words

On Forbes: 10 Professional Hurdles that Sabotage Your Networking Efforts

Up today on Forbes.com, my fourth article at the site and second in a series about business and career networking for people who find it a struggle… 199 more words

Career

Wanted: Casinos for Australia tourist hub

Home to the Great Barrier Reef, vineyards and Outback expanses, Australia’s Queensland is looking for a casino developer, maybe two, after its first choice dropped out. 93 more words

Pachinko mogul seeks Japan casino in Korea

Sega Sammy Chairman Hajime Satomi is backing South Korea’s first integrated resort, opening this month, in hope of getting a casino license in Japan, which until recently seemed like an impossible dream. 69 more words

EARLY RETIREMENT MISTAKES TO AVOID (AS REPORTED BY MAYA KACHROO-LEVINE ON WWW.FORBES.COM)

Debt is one of the biggest roadblocks to retirement. Debt forces us to work harder and longer than we otherwise would like. And that’s because the money that we earn is not ours, it is someone else’s, until that debt is paid off. 106 more words

Retirement

Macau casinos beat March expectations

With high rollers leading the way, Macau casino revenue rose 18% in March, way ahead of forecasts. Despite the VIP spike, government and casino operators insist the new Macau is all about mass market tourism. 69 more words