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In Macau, Francis Lui is looking for ways to be bigger and better than the competition. Lui leads a tour of the construction of Galaxy Square, an area within the Galaxy Casino Resort, which will comprise nine 3D cinema screens and a karaoke complex.
In New York, Brooklyn Brewery president Steve Hindy enjoys a lighthearted moment with employees who've just returned from trips to Italy and Sweden. The vacations were paid for completely by their boss. Steve's way of rewarding his employees may seem extravagant to some, but for Steve this is more than just an incentive, it's a case of a promise kept.
Johannesburg, South Africa (CNN) Many here in Africa are still struggling to come to terms with the increasing realization that the Gadhafi regime is all but over.
South Africa recently recommitted itself to the African Union’s “roadmap” as a way to resolve the crisis in Libya. For South Africa, the solution involves an “interim government” in which “nobody must be left out,” according to a government spokesperson.
It is unclear just how inclusive South Africa would like this ideal Libyan government to be. Do they suggest Gadhafi or just Gadhafi loyalists share power with the rebel leaders?
Tokyo (CNN) – Working at the weekend in sweltering offices and meager use of electrical devices in a country known for its gadgets: This is the new reality in Japan.
Six months after the March 11 earthquake, tsunami and Fukushima Daiichi nuclear meltdown, Japan is still struggling to get back to pre-quake power generation.
Across the country energy production is down 7% on last summer; in greater Tokyo power generation has fallen by 20%. To avoid blackouts, the government told big industrial energy consumers to cut their power usage by 15% over the summer.
Nearly all companies hit their targets or exceeded them, but it's been tough on everyone.
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