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Macau can crow as year of rooster dawns

Casino operators in Macau are seeing mass market and high roller revenue growing, making for a happy new year. But only one of those market segments is a good bet in the long run. 69 more words

‘Better world’ wins Macau mogul Lui’s jackpot

Endowed by Galaxy Entertainment Group’s chairman, the Lui Che Woo Prize pays US$2.6 million for “making the world a better place” in three categories.

Totally globalized native New Yorker and former broadcast news producer Muhammad Cohen is a… 55 more words

Barack Obama Is Likely To Get $20M Advance To Write His Memoir

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Regardless your political affiliation, there’s an undeniable fascination with former President Barack Obama and per Esther Newberg, co-head of ICM Partners’ publishing unit, this is one reason he is likely to get more than any president has with at least a $20 million advance for his memoir. 166 more words

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How PR is Transforming in Digital Age

Some people have declared that public relations is dying. They’re wrong. It is, however, transforming. Where public relations was once just about press releases, it now also encompasses content creation, social media and more. 929 more words

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Macau moguls rise on Forbes Hong Kong Rich List

Kung hei fat choi! The year of the monkey saw Macau casino owners rise on the Forbes Hong Kong Rich List. They hope to keep crowing in the year of the rooster, the birth sign of Macau gambling’s godfather Stanley Ho, with two children and a wife on the rich list. 69 more words

Japan engaged to be engaged on casinos

Lawmakers in Japan voted to start casino legalization, but there’s a long road ahead, with lots of exit ramps.

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Ten Ways Donald Trump Has Already Made America Great Again

1. Shortened the list of things not to do if you want to be President.
2. Made the White House white again.
3. Brought the ignorant and bigoted back to the policy making table. 238 more words