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Macau finishes on high note but 2016 a loser

Continuing its tourism driven turnaround, Macau’s casino revenue rose in December but fell for the year.

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China shifts shape Asian gaming in 2017

As Beijing continues to squeeze high rollers, Asian gaming will look beyond China in 2017, and southeast Asia will be a big winner.

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Predictions for Macau, Manila, Mickey hit marks

Last January’s forecasts for Parisian Macao to excite visitors and Manila to get its mojo back proved correct, as well as Shanghai Disneyland sharpening competition for leisure spending across the region. 73 more words

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 “Why You Need a Strategy Before Writing Your Resume”

Many business leaders and others struggle to write a compelling resume, even those who make multimillion-dollar decisions on a daily or weekly basis. 53 more words

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Philippines’ Duterte targets Macau tycoon

In the wake of an alleged illegal online gamig operation, featuring the arrest of 1,300 Chinese nationals in the Philippines, Rodrigo Duterte issues a presidential arrest warrant for Macau junket tycoon Jack Lam… 76 more words

Macau comeback reflects new focus

Beyond resilient high roller revenue, Macau’s comeback shows a shift to more general tourism. But as a tourist destination, Macau remains a work in progress. 69 more words

7 reasons why it's important to keep learning at work

Are you feeling like you’re going through the motions at work? Do you feel like you’ve mastered your role and there’s a lot more to learn? 648 more words

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