September 9th, 2011
04:03 PM GMT
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In our series "The Boss", we show you what life is like at the top.

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.

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  1. Business Partners

    This is no doubt a great initiative on the part of Mr. Hindy. I bet that upon returning from the trip, the employees' morale got a boost.

    September 9, 2011 at 6:31 pm |
  2. ColoredMountains

    Yes, nothing is better than those Christian architectures in Europe. Secular Europeans don't deserve the Christian landscapes. It should be given to the God-fearing Muslims.

    September 14, 2011 at 10:43 am |

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