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  • Though the business was profitable within four months, Mr. Tam says he continued to keep an eye out for jobs because he was still earning less as an entrepreneur.

    Should You Take That Job Offer?

  • Mr. Tam said he was among the multitude disappointed when the company fell short of announcing a brand new iPhone on Tuesday, instead introducing an upgraded iPhone 4.

    Loss Hits Asia's Apple Fans Hard

  • Mr. Tam, 30, launched the company, which books performances for musicians, immediately after getting laid off from a nonprofit last July.

    Should You Take That Job Offer?

  • Mr. Tam said the casino industry's development in the last few years has become much more orderly, with an annual growth rate of around 4%-5%, compared with much bigger increases in capacity from 2003-2006.

    Macau Government Limits Casino Expansion

  • Mr. Tam said the casino industry's development in the last few years has become much more orderly, with an annual growth rate of around 4%-5%, compared with much bigger increases in capacity from 2003-2006.

    Macau Government Limits Casino Expansion

  • "Macau now has someone who really seems to want to do what he says in this case, to effectively oversee the gambling industry," Mr. Lobo said, referring to Mr. Tam.

    Macau's Cap on Builders Could Threaten Casinos

  • Mr. Tam said last month that the total number of gambling tables in the Chinese territory, which is currently about 5,000, will be capped at 5,500 until 2013 and that the Macau government won't approve new casino projects until then.

    Macau's Cap on Builders Could Threaten Casinos

  • "Those casino developments that have already been approved may continue to complete their construction," Mr. Tam, Macau's secretary for economy and finance, told legislators Tuesday.

    Macau Government Limits Casino Expansion

  • "Macau now has someone who really seems to want to do what he says in this case, to effectively oversee the gambling industry," Mr. Lobo said, referring to Mr. Tam.

    Macau's Cap on Builders Could Threaten Casinos

  • Mr. Tam said last month that the total number of gambling tables in the Chinese territory, which is currently about 5,000, will be capped at 5,500 until 2013 and that the Macau government won't approve new casino projects until then.

    Macau's Cap on Builders Could Threaten Casinos

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    April 2, 2013