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Race for new Korea casinos heats up

The government has sharpened the competition in Korea’s casino license contest that attracted 34 contenders for two licenses in round one. In the final leg, anyone can apply for any of the nine potential resorts sites, minimum investment 1 trillion Korean won (US$850 million). 62 more words

US territory Saipan, promised $7 billion resort, gets mall casino

In US Pacific territory Commonwealth of Northern Marianas, a $7 billion integrated resort promise for Saipan begins with a shopping mall casino. Project developer Imperial Pacific, a Hong Kong listed company linked to Macau junket promoter Heng Sheng Group, plans to deliver the resort in pieces. 62 more words

Shubow tilts BIG WTC tower

Justin Shubow, president of the National Civic Art Society and a monthly contributor of architecture criticism to Forbes.com, has hit his stride. His latest essay, … 669 more words

Urbanism And Planning

Brisbane picks a winner for riverfront casino

Australia’s number two gaming operator Echo Entertainment gets a vital win in Brisbane in its Queensland base over rival Crown Resorts.

Totally globalized native New Yorker and former broadcast news producer Muhammad Cohen is a… 48 more words

China currency, equity turmoil adds to Macau’s woes

Tough times for the world’s gaming capital show little sign of abating. Macau’s casino revenue fell 35.5% in August, its fifteenth straight month of year on year decreases. 98 more words

The Six Best Ways To Find Your Next Job

This is a fantastic article that appeared in Forbes.com recently about the best ways to find jobs, but don’t forget, The Job Shop can take the work out of the job search for you! 414 more words